Skip to comments.Teens are dressing up as mask-wearing grandmas to score alcohol
Posted on 07/14/2020 5:25:54 PM PDT by ameribbean expat
In a pandemic, no one knows youre underage.
Thats what Gen Z has discovered as theyve updated the fake ID for the COVID-19 era, hitting up liquor stores dressed as elderly grandmas wearing coronavirus face masks.
The prank has taken social-media platform TikTok by storm, with videos of users bedecked as boozehound bubbies seemingly victorious, bottles in hand racking up millions of views.
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Well. of course they would.
elderly grandmas ?
I’ve been carded by youths (Gen Z) at grocery stores in my mask.
You must have young eyes.
It’s pretty hard to disguise young skin as old skin.
Look at the eyes, the hands. Look for wrinkles and ages spots, and weird behavior that seems suspicious.
So now when renewing your drivers license, is the photo with or without mask? Passport? Student ID?
Young eyes, old head...
Eh? Speak into my good ear sonny.
I had a cousin who became a grandmother at 39.
The girls remind me of comedian Vicky Lawrence dressed up for her TV show Mama’s Family. For years, I thought Vicky was Carol Burnettes relative, due to the resemblance, but no, they are not related.
That’s a lot of trouble.
Wouldn’t it be more efficient to hire a homeless person?
” Grandma...what a big nose ring you have”
My wife was a mother at 16 (before we met), a grandmother at 36 and a great grandmother at 63.
Masks = no court identification
Masks = coming Mark ID
Masks satanic, Antichrist tool
On the contrary masks are very biblical.
Explain to me how Jacob got bamboozled into marrying Leah instead of Rebecca if it were not for wearing masks?
Whatever youre putting in your coffee......Ill pass on that.
Good for them!
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