Nope. It can’t be real until it comes in a red square with rounded corners with white lettering saying “As Seen On YouTube” …
Dummy up already Spiller, you’re putting us all to sleep
In all reality snarkers do not try this at home. Will Boyd be able to bring Tev out of the trance before the next game ,anyone ever see the horror movie the Hypnotic Eye, inquiring minds want to know !
So a QB with some skills and a couple of tough turnovers has the team sitting at 3 – 0 on the season and he’s not clutch enough? Don’t tell us he is just a dreaded “game manager” and only your amateurish attempt will cure him of your perception of him being a choker and transform him into a superstar? Shut up already Guts, you stupid tool.
Just in time for Halloween. Spiller begins to turn everyone at Milford High into a zombie like state and they will obey his every evil command! Buwahaha
Right. No one ever posted anything fake on YouTube. You know what they say: if it’s on the internet, it has to be true (there’s a law).
Haha, boys will be boys, what harm could come from this?P3: Is that a forearm touch from Kiana? Sssschwing!
Arthur Fonzerelli water skiing in his leather jacket claims this is dopey. The entire “choke” plot has been magnified from figments of Boyd Spiller’s imagination. This latest story line, a Quinn Martin Production, could cost millions of dollars and thousands of lives by putting Snark Nation in a deep catatonic state.
This story makes that library board BS look legit
With that vacant stare in p1, it appears Boyd has already been hypnotized.
You can’t be hypnotized against your will.
Maybe he should hypnotize Chance? He is obviously the one with issues.
So when Spiller hypnotizes Claxton and Claxton goes out and has his worst game of the season, who is the choker, Spiller or Claxton?
P 4: “… then I’m gonna beat his a$$ and tell him I don’t remember a thing…”
From the waist up, Kianna looks like an eight year old.
Come on, Rubham is just trying to stick it to us snarkers now. No way they seriously thought this was a good idea. And speaking of good ideas, it’s always a good idea to read Mopped Up Thorp.