what does michael vick, shitler, and an arby's employee have in common?
only the most incredible conversation ever. that's what.
on tuesday shitler came home looking slightly weirded out.
naturally i was only semi-concerned but mostly nosy about the weirdness. he told me that he had just gotten done in the arby's drive-thru (p.s. i was appalled because shitler bowls on tuesdays and they have $1 tacos at the bowling alley so frankly i was offended that he would choose arby's over delicious budget tacos - BUT I DIGRESS).
shitler kind of sighed, put his hands in his pockets, and said "i just had the weirdest conversation ever."
and then here's me like "OMG DO TELL."
it went like this.
shitler pulled up to the arby's drive-thru, ordered his food, and pulled around to pay. he was greeted with an employee that i can only think to say is starved for attention because the man immediately struck up a personal conversation with my shitler. noting that shitler was wearing a camouflage sweatshirt he inquired as to whether shitler was a hunter and if so was he excited for the season? shitler said he was excited. then he was handed his food. but the man wasn't done with the conversation. not by a long shot. it continued like so:
p.s. i'm going to name this arby's man kevin. it just makes sense in my head.
arby's man kevin: lemme ask you a question. do you think what michael vick did was wrong? and be honest.
shitler: uhhh ya. he hung dogs.
arby's man kevin: how is that any different than deer hunting?
shitler: well, one is legal and the other is illegal.
arby's man kevin: but the dogs lost. when you lose you should die.
shitler: uhhhhh *slowly easing his truck away from the window*
arby's man kevin: i think we should legalize people being able to kill all animals.
shitler: uhhhhh *SPEEDS OFF*
and then i was all "you know he's a serial killer, right?" and then also "WHY DO YOU GET TO HAVE ALL THE GOOD CONVERSATIONS WITH STRANGE EMPLOYEES?!"
also by arby's man kevin's logic michael vick and shitler are one and the same.