Star King (who’s name sound like a boss from Level 4 of Superio Mario Brothers 3) rented her place in Calgary to 4 people who said they were in town for a wedding, but instead unloaded a luxury party bus of over 100 people into her pad for the party of all parties. Star was not impressed.
“Our hardwood floors are all popping because there are pools of liquor. There’s glass shards, there’s dent in our walls, toilets flooded and plugged with condoms,” says homeowner Star King. ‘We came and wished the home was burnt down to ashes. It would have felt way better.’
“They just put their cigarettes out wherever they felt like it,” said Star King. The King family had to plead with the renters to pack up and leave, who she said were “just totally wasted.”
“They threw paint all over my works that I was going to sell for probably a couple thousand. Just totally disrespectful behaviour,” King told the Calgary Eyeopener.She overheard Calgary police at the scene describe the situation as a “drug-induced orgy.”
Hardwood floor be POPPIN! Mayo on the couch cushions! Condoms in the turrlet! Sounds like the best wedding EVERRRR!
“In the 27 years of policing that I’ve done, I’ve never seen a home so badly damaged from a weekend party, and of course, with this kind of rental situation,” said Staff Sgt. Jim Leung..
A new study shows that Canadians are twice as likely to use raunchy emojis as the rest of the planet and also double as likely to use violent emojis such as guns! In fact, Canada’s most popular emoji is the smiling poop! Must be the Terence and Philip influence! Blame Canada!
If you feel like getting trill this afternoon with sum perky r&b, pop and juke vibes — press play on Canadian cutie Jessy Lanza‘s latest mix, and turn that frown upside down. Tracklisting after the jump via i-D.
Canadian electronic melody maker Caribou has released his latest video for the title track off of his new album Our Love, which follows a spruced-up Nonna through some vivid hallucinations as she gets ready for a big night out. Check it out below and Our Love is out now on iTunes, tuna!
Canadian drag comedy The Face Of Furry Creek returns for another episode this week and this time, the remaining contestants helped Deb write, sing and perform a song and music video about Furry Creek. Check it out below. The Face Of Furry Creek airs on Mondays at 830 et/730 pt on OUTtv!
Canadian drag clowns and cast of The Face of Furry Creek are headed back to to TV for a second season of their Kids In The Hall-esque comedy.
If you have yet to catch the show — check out this introduction to some of the cast and past storyline below! The Face of Furry Creek – Season 2% premieres Monday September 8, 8:30pm ET/PT on OUTtv. Season 1 is now available worldwide on www.gaydirect.com and you can find more info about the show at www.faceoffurrycreek.com!