Hookers and Skull Bongs – What’s Up With Texas Teens?

Texas teens have gone loco lately. A couple of recent stories involving their misdeeds has the Squirrel Queen scratching her head.

They involve grave robbing, pot smoking, skulls, hookers, Fritos, stolen credit cards and a future career in politics. Wait, maybe it all does add up.

First, the morbid thugs.

Teens in Houston, after getting picked up for a car burglary, went on to confess to a crime so strange even the cops didn’t believe it initially.  The thugs admitted to digging up the corpse of an 11-year-old boy who died in 1921. They took the skull from the body and used it as a bong for their pot-smoking habits.

Then there’s the 13-year-old kid who ordered an extra credit card on his dad’s account. Then proceeds to use the plastic on a $30,000 spending splurge for him and his friends. They bought electronic gadgets and set up shop in a motel room. The kids had plenty of stuff delivered to the room. Snacks like Dr. Pepper, Fritos and Oreos to satisfy their food cravings. They kids also ordered a couple of hookers. Instead of intimate encounters with the rent-a-ladies, the teens just wanted someone to watch them play their video games. I especially enjoyed the part of the story where they claimed they worked for a traveling circus and the hookers had to agree to spend time with them or it would be a violation of some American Disabilities Act sort of legislation. The ringleader of this “marauding” crowd has announced he wants to be a politician when he grows up.

That’s politics in Texas I guess.

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2 responses to “Hookers and Skull Bongs – What’s Up With Texas Teens?

  1. Do people actually read your blog? It seems like you’re just typing pointless, random thoughts that no one else would ever care to purposely read.

  2. Yes, people like someone named A Texas Teen.

    What brought you here? Were you searching for hookers or bongs?

    By the way, blogs are pretty much completely comprised of pointless, random thoughts.
    Thanks for stopping by.

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