You Can’t Arrest Me ‘Cause I’m a Woman, and Here’s Your Chicken
Crooks say the darndest things, especially when operating their mouth parts while under the influence of alcohol, coke, and/or meth.
Here are some (only a few) of the things the little darlings said to me over the years. Use your imaginations to determine my response(s).
1. “Pepper spray me. Go ahead, I dare you. Spray me. That hot stuff don’t bother me.”
2. “I’ll kill your family.”
3. “I know where you live.”
4. “You think you’re man enough? Well, you’re not. And your backup’s not so tough either. Bring it on …”
5. “I’m not getting out of my car, and you can’t make me.”
6. “I’ve got a gun.”
7. “You’re not big enough or man enough to put me in that police car.”
8. “Don’t put your hands on me.”
9. “You won’t live long enough to put those handcuffs on me.”
10. As he rips off his shirt and flexes, while backing up … “You don’t want none of this.”
11. “If I ever catch you out of uniform …”
12. “Does your dog bite?”
13. “If you think that fancy nightstick will stop me, think aga … OUCH!”
14. “Yeah, what are you going to do if you catch me?”
15. “You’re going to have to come in and get me.”
16. “I’m not scared of you or your police dog. I don’t care if it is a rottweiler.”
17. “You can’t arrest me. I play golf with your boss.”
18. “You can’t prove none of that.”
19. “I’m glad you’re the one who caught me. We’re friends, right? Want a chicken?”
20. While working undercover narcotics. “You have to tell the truth when I ask if you’re a cop, right?”
21. If you think my dog will let you take me out of this house, well, think again, Barney Fife. Sic ’em, Blue!”
The list, my friends, is endless. As is the stupidity.
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You forgot: I can do whatever I like, I’m the President!