Life does indeed come at you fast.
Especially if you’re living in Seattle pretending there isn’t a problem with the ‘protesters.’
Guess Paul Gallant found out for himself that ‘chilling out dawg’ was perhaps not the correct response here.
Life comes at you fast. pic.twitter.com/tSXyYBSIfu
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) July 26, 2020
Sounds like things got a little rough in Seattle, eh chief?
He went from telling Trump to chill to tweeting about buying a gun.
Although, we do feel sorry for his cat … glad he GFTO though.
HA HA HA HA HA HA HA
poor Paulie didn't get a chance to pay 8 dollars for over roasted, overrated coffee.
— Tony Bruno (@TonyBrunoShow) July 26, 2020
The Starbucks under his apartment was totally destroyed and cops said there could be an explosive device inside.
Guess it was a good thing police were there to warn of possible explosives, social workers may not have picked up on that. pic.twitter.com/l07Ofn6qYu
— Storm WARNING (@StormWARNING28) July 26, 2020
— Paul Gallant (@GallantSays) July 26, 2020
Maybe he gets it now?
What's really remarkable is that his red pill moment was when his favourite Starbucks was hit. You can't make this stuff up ?
— Sebastian Grimberg (@drumfillz91) July 26, 2020
We’ll take it.
‘Chill dawg, it’s just reparations and….ohhhh sheite they’re coming this way!’
— Dadpool (@Dadpool05692408) July 26, 2020
Like I said before it's all fun and games until it hits your neighborhood
— DJ Keo (@DJKeo_) July 26, 2020
Hey! Cut him some slack. Sometimes we all have to learn the hard way. Might be a chance for change.
— Jenta Porch (@JentaPorch) July 26, 2020
Hey, if this was his red-pill moment we’ll take it.