Thursday, March 31, 2005

Snohomish Steals Las Vegas' "Sin City" Title

Prime examples of Snohomish's dark sideNestled in the valley just north of the greater Seattle area and surrounded by large swaths of farmland lies the city of Snohomish. Many people regard the city of Snohomish as a quaint, picturesque, idyllic rural town. These people do not read this blog. Back in December and January, we were hard at work following the sordid escapades of the notorious naked pig painting. Today, yet another scandalous tale bubbles up from the festering, putrid heart of the city to break the surface: SNOHOS.

What is SNOHOS? Well, if you are to believe the conniving youths pictured at left, SNOHOS is simply the plural of SNOHO, which is short for Snohomish. Officials at Snohomish High knew better than that, though. They saw right through the ruse, and discerned the real purpose of the shirts: demeaning women. See the word "hos" right there on the shirts? Hos being the plural of "ho" which, as even Jeopardy master Ken Jennings knows, is slang for prostitute.

It's easy to see how these teens thought they could get away with this, considering the total moral slide that the town of Snohomish has seen as of late. In fact, while the school officials are doing their best to stand up for what is right, what they are attempting is like trying to fight off a pack of starving-crazed dogs with a toothpick. Clearly Snohomish has now cemented its title as the new Sin City.

Snohomish is well on its way to degrading completely into a central hub for every sinful pleasure imaginable. From gazing slack-jawed at naked animals to defiantly flaunting horrible obscenities it is but a short step to shooting foam darts in public or staying out past 10:00 PM.

Only time will tell what form of vile transgression will pour forth from the abominable wellspring of filth that Snohomish has become.

Source: Seattle Times
Categories: News, Local

2 Comments:

Blogger DaButtminster said...

Curse you for no IM

9:15 AM, April 01, 2005  
Blogger LotharBot said...

According to James Taranto, the term actually appears on the school's own web site (scroll to the end.)

2:07 PM, April 01, 2005  

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