Dull Dude Wants To Take Selfie Of Him & Irma In Key West – That Was A DUMB Idea

Every storm that comes along, there are a few morons who try to show how macho they are in dumb ways. This one happened to do it where the whole world could laugh at him.

Until recently, you could be stupid pretty anonymously.

But with the eyes of the world turned toward the impact point of one of history’s most massive storms, technology is bringing us together.

Rather than just gathering around our TV’s like we would in major storms of years gone by… now we have the internet.

With a few clicks of keys or a mouse, we can go anywhere in the world and see events unfold in real time.

Traffic cameras. Safari cams.

And… in the case of this hurricane… the webcam at the southernmost point of Key West.

Because of its proximity to the incoming storm, Key West was also a magnet for the macho clowns that just HAD to get that storm selfie.

No big deal for some people. Get the shot and leave.

But others managed to make a spectacular fool of themselves, not on national TV… but in front of the entire world.


And in case you missed it… we’ve got that footage for you!

But can someone answer this question — storm or no… why is a dude “taking a selfie”?

What, did he do that stupid duckface, too?

There are better ways to prove how masculine you are.

If you know a bro who hasn’t figured that out yet… get him this book. Quickly.

The Effeminization Of The American Male
by Doug Giles

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