Bud Light needs to be considered "School Appropriate" so we can hang a tapestry of Shaggy.

Bud Light needs to be considered "School Appropriate" so we can hang a tapestry of Shaggy.

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GreDiam Online started this petition to Lee Burneson Middle School

As most of us know by now, Shaggy has ascended to God-like power by the aid of Phineas from the Shane Dawson documentary Phineas and Ferb. While playing doubles tennis with Shaggy and Scooby, Scooby was killed from a backhand serve by Ferb during their match. This lead to the two lords, Shaggy and Phineas, fighting to what seemed to be the death at the time. Alas, the two divine beings knew that their partners could never be brought back, and thus ceased to fight. After the death of Ferb, Phineas resumed his duty as lord of the universe, and protected and watched over the people of our mortal world, unaffected by his brother's demise. On the other hand, Shaggy, a being with incomprehensible power, did not know of a proper way to deal with his colleague's demise, and took to alcohol, Bud Light, to be specific. Shaggy then went to abuse his power under the influence of alcohol, as seen by him murdering Sasuke in the war 1812. This depiction of Shaggy's crimes was illustrated at a middle-school in 2019, January 35, to warn people of the dangers of taking Shaggy's drink, Bud Light. The problem is, the academy these warnings sprung from declined the inclusion of Bud Light appearing on School property. Truly, a disservice and crime. People are killed by taking Shaggy's drink more than ever now, as he has became an uncontrollable alcoholic. But the people of our union will never know this, as Bud Light is considered, "Inappropriate material." We need this to be changed, now. People are dying, and the only way to stop this, is with this petition. "With a signature today, there may be a greater light, for the people of tomorrow." - Donald Trump : Current U.S. President.

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