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Neighbor Caught Pilfering Garden Unleashes Unforgettable Wrath

by Dan Tracer March 23, 2016

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Warning: if coarse language offends you, you should probably do some serious reflecting on what really matters in this world.

Oh, and you should also steer clear of the below video, which packs just about every curse word we’ve learned since the third grade into one horrifyingly entertaining source.

At the heart of the recently recirculated (OK, she’s been around for a while, but she’s still making us gag) debate between a woman, known by some as “the rhubarb lady,” and her neighbor is a border dispute of sorts — where do the property lines really fall? And how about “alley property”? Well?!

Technicalities aside, the question we’re really asking ourselves is: Did John Waters personally create the below human being, or did she happen all on her own?

Either way, it’s one hell of a show.

Watch below:

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