Joe “Milo” Snedeker of WNEP-TV in Scranton, Pennsylvania and his wacky weatherman routine took a turn for the completely bonkers when he appeared to suffer some sort of nervous breakdown during a recent weather report.
While the goofily indecipherable ‘Sh*t Wookies Say‘ seemed like the logical end to the viral video phenomenon that kicked off almost a month ago with ‘Sh*t Girls Say,’ it looks like one more piece of hilarity has been squeezed out of the well-trodden meme.
Tripp and Tyler’s ‘Sh*t Nobody Says’ highlights all the phrases that you will never, under any circumstances hear anybody utter.
Being stuck in a wheelchair would give a person a pretty good reason not to intervene while a convenience store robbery is in progress. However, the crime fighter in this video wasn’t going to let his handcap be an excuse from playing Batman.
TV reporter Asad Sahi was broadcasting from Lahore, Pakistan when the clock struck midnight to ring in 2012.
Unlike American pretty boys Ryan Seacrest and Anderson Cooper and their fancy stages, the mustachioed newsman was down on the street among the revelers, which became a problem as the crowd began encroaching on his live shot with all their hooting and hollering.
Finally, when one particularly obnoxious reveler got a little to close to Sahi, the reporter’s instincts took over and he turned and cold-cocked the space invader with a viscous microphone punch to the snout.
The holiday season is tough on the FedEx delivery man, who has to deal with a greatly increased work load and also has to make difficult decisions like whether or not he should wear his signature shorts in the cold.
However, that’s no excuse for this FedEx driver, who doesn’t even check to see if anyone is home before callously tossing a box containing a monitor over a home’s front gate, breaking the piece of equipment.
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