“I’m the Last Guy You’ll Never See…”

Hilarious!

A bunch of goat-fellating, monkey pisslamic savages decide to camp out behind a house, taking turns stepping out from behind it to ineffectually spray vast amounts of ammo while lauding their own courage and warrior skills with cries of “allah u snack bar”. One by one, same exact spot, even at fairly constant intervals.

And then…

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

Thatisall.

3 comments

  1. 1
    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    What a waste of a perfectly good hat too.

    BTW

    I know the “Aloha Snackbar” (Say it with an arabic accent)
    Great little BBQ start up in Utah, run by an inactive Marine, He’s on Faceplant. Just do a search for it.
    :em01:
    (He learned BBQ while in Afghanistan. He would send the Taliban 155MM samples)
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  2. 2
    LC&IB Vulcanrider, MSgt, USAF, Ret growls and barks:

    Even pre-teen paintballers have better tactics than this…and these morons think they’re gonna take over the world?

  3. 3
    L.O.R. Ankle biter growls and barks:

    I wonder who the sniper was. I missed the finer points, perhaps, but even I could tel the difference between a machine gun and a rifle. I have lots of questions, some of which will be unanswerable from the video (reference the title of the post). How many jihadis were there and how many were shooting back? What were they wearing, what did the guns look like and did the first fellow have to reload immediately? Seemed like he ought to have completely emptied his gun after that first long blast. Where and when was this taking place and what all could you see other than the jihadis? Hmm… I also wonder, are there subtitles to translate what they’re saying other than allahu ackbar? Pardon if I got the spelling wrong. Stream of consciousness rambling there. It’s kind of the reason I don’t watch TV. I want to know more than is easily described.
    The one thing I could tell was when that one fellow got nailed at the end. The tone kind of changed, to put it mildly.