A severe thunderstorm hit Southern California late this week, mainly in the Los Angeles area. The storm brought lightning, high winds, and rain in the form of men.
Needless to say, it was the worst storm California has seen since it rained cats and dogs in April of 1962, which flooded the city with so many animals that every household was required to adopt at least six animals in order to reduce the number of animals roaming the streets picking up diseases or trying to eat small children.
This time, the storm brought a downpour men of all colors and sizes, and now the women of California have begun to flee in desperation.
“THEY’RE EVERYWHERE. YOU CAN’T ESCAPE THEM. THEY SMELL HORRIBLE AND THEY LEAVE THEIR DIRTY CLOTHES ON THE FLOOR AND DONT RINSE THEIR DISHES, IT’S TORTURE!” said one female victim of the storm.
The City of Los Angeles has begun arranging housing for all the men in order to keep them off the streets, but it seems there are just too many, and they’ve requested to send some to nearby cities and states, including San Francisco, Oregon, and Nevada.
“There’s no way in Hell I’ll let another man into my house. The last time I did that, he slept with my sister, stole my cat from the 1962 storm, and left the house smelling like farts. Not happening,” said Los Angeles resident Heather Johnson.