Late Tuesday afternoon, a 4.8-magnitude earthquake struck California’s Central Valley—small by West Coast standards, but certainly big enough to make an impression. No damage was immediately reported.
It’s in times of great upheaval that we must count our blessings, for not only were we safe, but we also weren’t on the toilet when the shit went down.
hopefully no one was taking a shit when that earthquake happened— lexservinglooks (@AlexaTillett) February 24, 2016
Oh, but @jay_is_dope, we needn’t wonder that. And @AlexaTillet, your hopes are noted—but they were always destined to be dashed. Because literally every person in California was taking a shit during the earthquake.
Out all days this a earthquake can happen it happens the day I'm taking a shit. Can't even shit in peace.— Jasso (@Danny_jassooo) February 24, 2016
I was taking a shit while that earthquake happened I thought my life was over on the toilet— Jacob Brum (@Jacob_Brum) February 24, 2016
I was taking a shit when the earthquake happened— Vike Mandyke (@Miikkeev) February 24, 2016
lmao i was taking a shit when the earthquake hit— Keyboard Cowboy (@brujxtriste) February 24, 2016
Walking home holding in a shit and let it out cuz the earthquake scared me— Monte’ (@itsSaggio) February 24, 2016
I was taking a shit and this earthquake hit man— mr. no bitches (@drxzzydrxw) February 24, 2016
Yo I was taking a shit while the earthquake happened. I was shitting bricks lol— JoJo (@YaBoiJLo) February 24, 2016
I was taking a shit when this earthquake hit me and fell off my toilet— Sartaj Gill (@Sartaj_Gill1) February 24, 2016
Look, we can’t say for sure how many of these people were actually shitting during the great 4.8-er of February 2016. But honestly? I’d guess most of them. And as a side note: If you’re lying about taking a shit during an earthquake, I’m really disappointed in you.
Anyway, glad we’re all safe and able to tweet about this. Sure, shit is funny, but when it’s you caught with your pants down, you’ll realize…
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