OK kids- there's a new photo gallery up, and it's called "Dumbest Ways To Smuggle Drugs" and before you ask, yes, it's pretty funny, and also yes, "In Your Butt" is on the list, and no, we didn't open with it.
We opened with the catapult, of course.
But that's not what I want to talk about here.
There are a whole lot of details in this gallery about the various bizarre, unsavory and downright stupid orifices, foodstuffs, and vessels into which people attempted to cram, fling or store illegal drugs, but one detail from one particular slide stands out, and it is that which I would like to briefly discuss.
In the fourth slide of the presentation, we tell the story of a young woman named Karin Mackaliunas who after being arrested and given a cavity search, was found to have "up to 54 bags of heroin, 31 empty bags used to package heroin, 8.5 prescription pills and $51.22" in her, um, hoo-ha. Her lady flower. Her vagina.
OK- now. Hold your horses.
Let's be grownups about this.
I don't want to discuss the drug smuggling here, or her choice of body cavity.
More specifically, what I'd like to discuss is the twenty-two cents.
That's at least 4 and possibly as many as 22 coins up there, and doesn't even add up to a quarter.
How does that even happen?
How do you not take that change, and put it in your pocket? I mean at this point, it's starting to look less like a smuggling operation and more like some kind of magic trick.
I didn't have time to adress it in the slide show proper, but is there ANY justification for inserting pocket change in that particular maneuver? I mean, was it a mistake, and it just fell in there, the way change just ends up between the cushions of your couch?
I am seriously at a loss here.
What's up with the twenty-two cents?
Ladies, can you help me out on this one?