MIRTH SPREADS OVER GIANT PHALLUS STORM SYSTEM
Are you a storm chaser? Well, this may take on all new meaning after the Gulf Coast Storm Center posted a weather map on Facebook. Why? Well, the storm system looked like a giant penis. So, go ahead and chase that storm! But the map has aroused a great deal of interest and commentary. You could even say the barometer is sure to be rising. Somewhere. But if you haven’t seen the map yourself that just means you’re still in the eye in the storm of this giant phallus. But not to worry, the size of this thing is sure to pass over you at some point. It just spreads and spreads.
EXPLOSION OF FUNNY COMMENTARY ON FACEBOOK POST
The member only storm exploded onto the scene this past Monday when the picture made a big splash on Facebook. While everything is bigger in Texas, let’s just say it all starts there. The cockamamie weather system seems to be balls on the ground in Texas. But the virtual extended system goes firmly thru Arkansas as well as Mississippi. But the head game seems poised to head into Tennessee as well. So this head game really affected a lot of people.
GIANT PHALLUS A REAL FORECAST OF SPLASHY FUN
But of course, the Gulf Coast Storm Center didn’t fabricate this image and storm system, they merely posted it. Despite what all the hardened weather critics might think, there was a real possibility of freezing rain, sleet and a light snow. So somebody was definitely getting screwed on the ground. But the map elicited more than its fair share of fun commentary on Facebook. One woman posted, “I’m sick and tired of being promised 6-7 inches and only getting 4!!!” Another commenter hit reply and said, “Well it’s probably because your messing with the wrong weather guy.” Someone with more experience commented their hope that the storm would finish prematurely, leaving most people “very unimpressed with the overall experience.”
GIANT PHALLUS FANS GET THEIR PHONETIC FREAK ON
But there are more! Here’s a fun assortment of comments over the giant phallus. “I guess you could say Mother Nature really has a hard on for the gulf coast lately.” “There should always be a warning when it’s more than 6 inches.” “Don’t expect this storm to pull out quickly…” “If this storm lasts longer than 4 hours, seek immediate medical attention.” “Tennessee says, ‘Not right now Texas I’m tired.’” “Storms definitely going to penetrate deep down south.”