Probably Not The Best Way To Bring Home Your Massive Christmas Tree

I know why he didn't see the squad car hiding out.

Tommy Gimlerby Tommy Gimler
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That is the Shaquille O’Neal of Christmas trees.

According to the New York Post, police in the Massachusetts town of Sudbury pulled over a driver Friday afternoon because, well, it shouldn’t be that difficult to figure out if you’re not a moron like the man or woman behind the wheel of whatever vehicle is underneath this gigantic Christmas tree.


While the Sudbury Police Department elected to use this post to remind drivers to be safe while transporting their trees home, we’d like to use it as an opportunity to remind people that misspelled words and poor grammar still is frowned upon in the respect game. Remember, kids, the word “holiday” shouldn’t be capitalized this time around, and neither should the word “officer’s.” Also, using an apostrophe here was also a shitty choice, as in no way were they trying to show the officer was in possession of anything.

Of course, if it was “Bring Your 12-Year-Old Kid to Work” Day, and whoever was in charge of the Sudbury Police Department’s Facebook page brought in his or her child to the office, well, our apologies, but your kid sucks at grammar.

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