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Hey guys, I just wanted to share this ridiculously funny story to vent. I don't know if it should be posted here but whether you believe me or not, I find it hysterical months later. Here we go.

So me and my group of friends were invited to a party in October. It was at a pretty big local park/trailing area. And me and my friends wandered off into the woods area of the park. But as we were going into the woods. This guy comes up behind us and Stutters like crazy and says "Can I join you guys?" (In the most raspy voice ever) So we looked intimated a little and we were just like yeah sure but we laughed. And so this is where the fun begins. Me and one of my friends were talking about Morbid Angel and out of no where the guy screams ALTARS OF MADNESS at the top of his lungs and jumps on a log. we were laughing but I thought this guy would be somewhat cool. He couldn't stop murmuring to himself the whole time and eventually we stopped in the middle of the forest and one of my friends was lighting a joint. So, "crazy guy"sits on a log and is scratching the log with his nails Non stop and i mean non stop. he couldn't stop murmuring "bible basher" it was getting progressively louder each time he said Bible basher (by Deicide) But as my friend's were smoking (I personally don't) He wants a puff too, so he pulls out 25$ and says here who wants. and we were like nah you good keep it. Then as hes smoking he brings up how he has scars and holes on his stomach.We're like, ok? So hes like im serious. and unbuttons his shirt and shows us and I broke loose laughing. I could not stop. i shit you not He then does the Nazi Salute and Screams "Heil Hitler"! We were all laughing but we were also kinda scared of this guy. He was bat shit crazy doing all sorts of things. This may sound unbelievable but it actually happened. It was one of those funny moments I look back on when I'm sad. So anyways he runs off into the distance. And we never saw him again. We got a pic of him and a video of his chanting lol. But I respect his privacy lmao. 

Any ways I just wanted to share this because it still makes me laugh months later. And maybe you guys have some input. 

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He was probably a homeless drug addict living in the forest.

One time a few of my friends and I were eating at a Carls Jr fast food place and some bum came up to our table talking to us. We gave him some fries to get him to go away but that didn't work. Then he sits at our table and starts talking some crazy uncomprehensible jail slang. It was weird that he chose us because 2 of my friends look like Mexican gang members. He started asking questions about girls and a friend of mine joking around made a comment about the bum's mother. The bum got up, picked up a chair over his head and acted like he was going to hit my friend. My friend just laughed and the bum did nothing, calmed down and continued to try to hang out with us. None of us were scared because there was 4 of us and only 1 of him. When we started to leave, he followed us and tried to get in the car, my friend (it was his car) broke an empty beer bottle, started towards him and said "give me your chain" (the bum was wearing what looked like a silver chain). The bum tried to run back inside the Carl's Jr but the employees had locked the door on him. We got in the car and drove off laughing. I bet the workers at Carls Jr wanted to get rid of him for a while so they locked him out as soon as he left following us. It wasn't closing time or anything.  He was banging on the door, trying to get them to open it for him. My friend wasn't really going to hurt him and didn't even care about the bums jewelry, we just wanted this idiot to fuck off. No way in hell were we going to let him in the car with us. To this day, I still joke with that friend like hey- give me your chain and we both start laughing.

 

Something completely unrelated- I was watching an old Cannibal Corpse interview and a fan asking 1 of them to sign his balls was mentioned. Upon declining the ball signing, the fan told them that they weren't brutal.

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