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January 14, 2020 / Posted by:

Chris Hill, the new face of Watching The World Burn!

Chris Hill spent his after-work Friday night at a pub, and like many, decided to wash down the sweet nectar with some late-night deliciousness, so he went off to a kebab place called Ken’s Kebabs on Albert Road in Portsmouth in Hampshire, England. Ken sat down to nibble on a kebab while playing with his phone, and without even moving, he got a front row seat to fight night! Because no place is sacred when it comes to human foolery, not even a kebab place, a messy tussle broke out, and Chris could not be bothered.

It’s not known what exactly turned Ken’s Kebab into a no-budget amateur wrestling match, but it involved two customers and several employees. Apparently, one of the customers did the bro version of I Need To Speak To The Manager!!!! by verbally abusing an employee, and the employee responded with fucking up some perfectly good tongs by throwing them at the customer. Then everyone jumped in and fists flew. Meanwhile… Chris Hill sat there, and he had three options:

  1. Record it while screaming WORLDSTAR (do people still do that)?!
  2. Risk getting himself messed up by trying to stop the fight.
  3. Mind his own damn business and enjoy his kebab as those wrecks murder each other.

Chris went with option 3, although he did peel his eyes off his phone to see what was going on. Probably because he wanted to make sure no blood was flying, because blood hitting his food would just ruin his damn night.

Here’s Chris Hill playing the role of me and those angry dudes playing the role of all my responsibilities fighting for my brain’s attention as I ignore them all to play on my phone:

The Daily Mail says that the police were not called, and Ken’s Kebab had no comment. But after the clip went viral and Chris became a meme, he talked to them and said that he did think about moving but brushed away that thought in favor of his kebab.

‘I thought about moving at one point but I was enjoying my kebab and chips… although the chips weren’t very nice,’ the father added.

Honestly, that’s what that clip is missing. It’s missing a shot of Chris casually getting up to gently pat one of the brawling workers on the shoulder to say, “Do you think you can put my chips in the crisper for a little bit longer?!

Pic: Twitter

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