Tuesday, March 01, 2016

Queerbo Nig Nog Kills Himself with $5 Worth of Suicide Seeds


Finally, a cost effective treatment for transgenderism!

Quoting:

The family of Bernard McCalip says it was the mysterious looking seeds inside a box that violently ended his life two weeks ago.

The 22-year-old was found lying on the family's bathroom floor in Calumet City after being sick for hours. In his final moments, Bernard admitted to intentionally ingesting seeds bought online. "He said, 'I can't feel my heart.' [...]


The deadly product, known as the pong pong seed around the world, is an infamous killer in India and southeast Asia, where the "cerbera odollam" or "suicide tree" grows.

Now he will never grow up to be Tuvok, and star in Deep Space Uranus.


Skipping ahead a bit ...

[McCalip] was transgender and struggling with the desire to live life as a woman, recently changing his name to Lucia. [...]

"I'm pretty sure he thought it was going to be easy, but it wasn't. He died in pain. It was slow, and it was painful," said mom Natosha Anderson.


4 comments:


  1. You missed a ping pong joke

    This news is a couple months old but relates to transniggers, Obongo hosts a transgender movie night

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-hollywood/2015/11/20/white-house-honors-lgbt-champions-change-transgender-movie-night/

    Could this muzzie nigger get any gayer?

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    1. Pa-freakin-thetic. It's good to be reminded that the rainbow plantation house is still the center of the 'Kwanian branch of the MultiKult empire.

      Can he get any gayer? Yes. Just wait until he is out of office and free to frolic with Reggie all day. His only responsibility will be showing up to campaign for Moochelle in her senatorial bid.

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  2. So he thought pong pong seeds were going to make him a woman but instead he got sick, couldn't feel his heart, and died?

    I love misreading these things almost as much as I love reading them.

    Pong pong seeds. That's going in the file for later use.

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    1. The actual article online is confusingly written, and I think lends itself to that misinterpretation. If that would have happened, it would have been even more heil-arious!

      Happy to have helped provide you something interesting for your files.

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