Man Tripping Acid Who Saved Dog From Imaginary Fire Is All Of Us

By Queen Elizabetch

Every betch knows the hardest part about moving out of your parents' house is leaving your dog behind. If you haven't drunk cried thinking about your dog or imagined how much better your life would be if your dog could use Snapchat, then you're either a cat person or absolutely dead inside.

Well, this random man in New York is all of us on an acid trip thinking about our dogs. He was tripping on LSD and cough syrup like he was at a Major Lazer concert with a choker necklace flash tat. While tripping, he hallucinated that his neighbor's house was on fire. Instead of calling the fire department, he went around to each house on his block screaming about this imaginary fire. Idk maybe his subconscious meant the fire as a metaphor?

Anyway, this local hero remembered that his neighbors have a dog and knew that this was his moment to shine. So he drove his car through his neighbor's fence, forced his way through their back door, and carried their dog outside. Honestly, that seems like a perfectly legitimate life choice for a person who decided to combine LSD and cough syrup. Maybe he'd seen so many of those ASPCA commercials that his trip was just Sarah McLachlin's voice telling him to rescue a dog.

Sarah McLachlin ASPCA

If you're not inspired by that story of a man being ridiculously high and trying to save the life of a random dog, then you need to sort out your priorities. But because no good deed goes unpunished, homeboy is being charged with burglary and criminal mischief and is currently being held in a local jail. I get that ruining your neighbor's fence and breaking into their house isn't kosher, but if trying to save a dog is wrong, I don't want to be right. 

Firefighter dog




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