LAFAYETTE, LA – With the Gulf Hurricane Season officially getting underway earlier this week, local governments across Louisiana have ensured that extra thoughts and prayers have been brought in to cope with the upcoming demand.
750,000 additional thoughts and prayers have arrived in Louisiana alone, with the majority of those being distributed to the Southern parishes more so than in the North.
The extra amount comes amid a national and global pandemic, as well as protests across the country that have left the area with a “moderate to severe” shortage of both thoughts and prayers.
The first shipment into the state arrived in the Acadiana region this afternoon at Lafayette Regional Airport. The area is expected to receive in the region of 75,000 initial thoughts and prayers, with more available if required.
State official Jared Fox explained that these will be crucial in ensuring a safe, secure and overall timid hurricane season.
“After the issues that we’ve been experiencing in recent times, we felt we needed more”, Fox explained, I was happy with how many we had last year, everything went very smoothly. This year however we want to make sure that we have more than enough to keep any potential weather issues away, especially since we’re running short right now.”
“These are all grade-A, high quality thoughts and prayers direct from the Vatican. Only the best. There’s nothing Chinese about these, I can assure you.”
“These will be available for collection and distribution as soon as our weather agencies detect anything out there in the Gulf.”
“We’re confident that thanks to these thoughts and prayers, this year will once again be a good year.”