The Trailer Park – “I’ll say it once and I’ll say it again,” Ricky Fontaine said in his dirty, white wife-beater shirt. “Trickle-down economics is the best things that has ever happened to me.”
Ricky Fontaine, 29, is your local trailer park trash. Born and raised in a trailer park outside of Detroit, Michigan, Ricky has enjoyed the benefits of trickle-down economics his entire life.
“I was born and raised trailer trash and will die trailer trash,” Ricky said while drinking Busch Light and smoking a Newport cigarette. “Despite being trailer trash,” Ricky went on, “trickle-down economics is the best thing that has ever happened to me.”
Trickle-down economics is a theory that suggests for every tax dollar not seized from wealthy business owners will end up benefiting the lower class of society in a trickle-down effect. As an example, the more economic profits a business can generate after taxes, the more it will benefit Ricky Fontaine as these after-tax dollars should in theory be used to stimulate further economic development.
“Yup,” Ricky said while taking a sip of his beer. “Trickle-down economics is the reason why I am here today sipping on this beer and enjoying the sunshine.”
Ricky went on to explain how trickle-down economics has vastly improved his life.
“You know that Snap Chat thingy app? I can now get nudes from chicks all over the world. Nudes from chicks is called trickle-down economics. I also got $1,200 in bailout money from the government and used the proceeds to buy beer. Yup, that’s trickle-down economics too.”
- Ricky made a list of all the tickle-downed benefits he has received over the years:
- Cold beer and smokes
- Unlimited internet kink videos – emphasizing velociraptor kink videos
- Girlfriend that cooks and cleans
- Ex-wife that takes care of his children
- Free Government bailout money
- Sausage sticks, chicken tenders and fireworks
- Janet Jackson’s wardrobe mishap
- Obie Trice’s “Got Some Teeth”
“I’d vote Republican every year if I was registered to vote,” Ricky said. “Maybe I’ll vote next year. But I might be passed out.”