And Now It Can Be told…

Sad Bunny Spice

We always thought that our pal, Dumb Spice (the Angry Inch), never got any respect; from the Russian Usurper’s ersatz Mean Girl treatment, to cruelly not letting Spicy meet the pope, to not even asking him about appointing a new White House Communications Director. Spicy was always the object of contempt.

The WSJ gives us a new example of some of the BS he was subjected to: All Spicy wanted was a mini fridge in his office, and it was turned down, so he went hunting for one:

“[Spicer] dispatched a top aide to a nearby executive office building where junior research employees are crammed into a room, surviving on Lean Cuisine frozen lunches. Mr. Spicer wants your icebox, the aide said, according to people familiar with the incident. They refused to give it up.

So Mr. Spicer waited until sundown — after his young staffers had left — to take matters into his own hands. He was spotted by a fellow White House official lugging the icebox down the White House driveway after 8 p.m.”

God, he even had to haul around his own, confiscated appliances after hours.

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8 Responses to And Now It Can Be told…

    • Steve-O says:

      Yeah, but his ilk are more inclined to take from the less fortunate or wealthy. Hence, steal mini-fridge from interns.

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  1. Retiredeng says:

    All I can think of is the character “Milton” in “Office Space”. I don’t know why.

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  2. Pharmakeusubik says:

    Apparently neither he nor his staff has ever heard of Craigslist.

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  3. Osirisopto says:

    I smell a best seller.

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  4. Mary says:

    I’m not feeling sorry for him. He made big bucks. Should have bought his own.

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  5. Buttermilk Sky says:

    I predicted a month ago that Sphincter would soon be wearing a kangaroo suit and distributing coupons for Outback Steakhouse. Any bets?

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