36 Reasons Philadelphia May Be The Weirdest City
Love you, Philly, but you're basically the Florida of the North.
The Wing Bowl is an eating competition and it happens at 5:30 in the morning.
Bing maps of the city apparently have gaydar:
The streets of this intersection:
Please observe this deep-fried Twinkie burger from Philly restaurant PYT:
Philly also has a doughnut bun burger.
Philadelphians eat something called a Krimpet. WHAT EVEN IS A KRIMPET?!?!
There is a strange obsession with Wawa iced tea:
And this classy gentleman:
When a pervert tried to expose himself to local high school "Goretti girls," they kicked his ass.
The Philly Phanatic is a pervert.
I mean, WHAT EVEN IS HE????
The police are very sassy on Twitter:
This child wreaks havoc in an empty butcher shop window:
The native foliage looks like this:
"Philadelphia" is misspelled on the team's official NFL gear:
Eagles fans are so rowdy that there was an in-house jail and court inside Veterans Stadium. This is Judge Seamus McCaffery who ruled over Eagles court:
This is what happens when two 49ers fans come to an Eagles game:
And in 1968, Eagles fans even pelted Santa with snowballs.
Phillies fans have been known to throw D batteries at players who declined to join their team.
Female Phillies fans attempted to put Ex-Lax into the food of a Giants player they saw at a restaurant.
The Eagles and the Phillies shared a box of porn that was stashed in Veterans Stadium.
Speaking of words that don't make any sense anywhere else, this is a map of where "Mischief Night" is used (in blue):
Philly has no respect for weathermen:
People dress up like this on New Year's Day:
Some mystery person keeps putting insane "Toynbee tiles" over the city:
The Philly mob had its own softball team.
You can get a lawyer who can also pierce your ears:
Beloved weatherman John Bolaris got hoodwinked by two Russian women into spending $43K at a Miami nightclub.
There's a whole museum dedicated to gross medical stuff.
The entire city is actually controlled by cats with laser paws. This is 100% factual.
There's a statue of a guy from some boxing movie in front of the fancy art museum:
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