When I was 16 years old, I went to the candy store before the movies and bought some candy cigarettes, because I thought it was hilarious. I left them on my dresser in my bedroom and thought nothing of it. My mom put a laundry basket in my room, found the box, and immediately let me have it. She yelled, and screamed, and called me every name in the book. I couldn’t contain my laughter, which enraged her further, until I made her open the box of “cigs.” The look on her face is something I’ll hold near and dear to me until the end of time. There are few things in this world that are more wonderful than your parents being wrong about yelling at you, and having to own up to it.
Theta Chi fraternity at UCF experienced this on an even larger scale, when the UCF police department and HAZMAT CREW raided the house because of a “suspicious white substance,” which was later discovered to be protein powder.
Of course, no public apology has been issued, even though the following tweet was sent.
SUSP DEVICE – Greek Park Dr; white powder found by PD, 30 ppl evac'd, hazmat crew en route
— OCFire Rescue (@OCFireRescue) August 7, 2015
But honestly, knowing that the entire department is getting its ass chewed out for such a juvenile blunder is worth it. If they don’t throw the most banging cocaine themed party ever, complete with fake snow and Groucho glasses with giant noses, they’re doing everything wrong..
[via Knight News]
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