911 Ope-rator #Shorts

911 Ope-rator #Shorts

Gotta be careful with that Midwest goodbye… #Shorts

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37 Responses

  1. Roanemity says:

    I’m quickly learning from your videos that the Midwest seems to embody the phrase: “Kill em’ with kindness”

  2. Timber Ridge says:

    People who live in places where leaving someone else’s home isn’t a low-stakes hostage negotiation must have so much more free time

    • SHRIMPY says:

      @Walter Walter

    • gatzter says:

      As a professional introvert, I have a ton of free time. Though most of it is spent avoiding that’s situation and pondering what would happen if I got stuck in this situation.

      So not much free time…

    • blueowl89 says:

      @Grooben amen! Here north of Boston MA, “faq yoo” is one of the most common greetings!

    • TheBigBenji says:

      I’m from Kansas and every time I start thinking about leaving a party it takes at a minimum an extra half hour. I have a couple friends that are good at the Irish goodbye where they just leave without telling anyone, and sometimes I’m jealous lol

    • Leafy Is Queer says:

      Well you can always yous the classic “I’m sorry I have other plans, I HAVE to go.” or “I HATE YOU ALL! Later fuckers”

  3. noobpro 97 says:

    A real midweserner just takes the half a beer and leftover with them for the ride.

  4. Joe C says:

    Ah, so this is what goes through my dads brain every time he has to leave…

    • WhereCreaturesCollide says:

      A midwestern dad who’s about to “get some milk” is just a guy who needs to go to the back yard

  5. •Wrath• says:

    as someone from the midwest: i’ve genuinely watched this happen before. i ended up sitting in their living room for 7 hours while my dad and this random guy started doing his siding for some reason. wisconsin is weird.

    • A R says:

      @•Wrath• one of the lucky ones. If it was my dad I’d be out holding everything heavy for them.

    • In Di Go says:

      @•Wrath• a daughter. U r a daughter

    • Christopher Goldbin says:

      @•Wrath• before I read Wisconsin is wierd I was going to say bet that was in Wisconsin…

    • Sid says:

      I’m also from Wisconsin and I come from a family of farmers. For some reason they just can’t stop talking once they’ve started

    • Christopher Goldbin says:

      @Sid farmers, hunters, fishermen you name in Wisconsin they’ll talk about… seriously leaving a house in Wisconsin in under an hour as a visitor is impossible cuz it takes that long to get out of the driveway lol

  6. rdnx_x says:

    Dude, honestly, this was the best skit I’ve ever seen to this day. And I am not even from Midwest.

  7. Dark says:

    😂🤣😂🤣We lost another🤣🤣😂🤣

  8. ZchryPlys says:

    I have a friend like this. Its seriously impossible to leave his house and hes such a kind guy. The last part made me think of him. He’s the guy who calls you when your on the way to a group setting and helps you find a parking spot lol.

  9. Plethargic says:

    Haha I feel this. Spent two hours at a Christmas party, then spent another two just being like “Welp we had better get going now” before being pulled into another conversation

  10. A Mystic Mind says:

    I live in the Midwest and the Midwest goodbye is 100% real and not exaggerated. I got a ride home once from a coworker. I went to school with her son and she was an awesome lady. She sat in my drive way and talked for almost 4 hours while it was super cold and snowing super heavy. I probably said, “well, I’m going to go inside. See you at work tomorrow” 20-30 times

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