LAFAYETTE, LA – With recent national events having been leaning on the side of “not very cool to say the least”, local experts are reminding the public that none of this crap would have happened if everyone had just left the Lesspay Motel well alone.
Local authorities announced within the past month that the iconic motel at Lafayette’s Four Corners would be demolished in June after the property had officially been sold, with workers currently preparing the building for the demolition as we speak.
However it goes without saying that, ever since the announcement back in 2019, the world hasn’t been doing too well. And with further demolition activity ramping up in the past 3 months, the bad juju has only increased.
In the past 6 months alone, Louisiana has had to deal with COVID-19 and economic ruin, while on a more national scale the US is currently in the midst of coast-to-coast protests and riots. This of course all happening as the first potential tropical system shapes up in the Gulf of Mexico ahead of hurricane season.
Bushfires also ravaged Australia, Kobe Bryant died in a helicopter crash, and to top things off it was announced today that anxiety med Zoloft is in short supply.
“After careful studying and investigations, we’ve come to the conclusion that we shouldn’t have messed with the Lesspay Motel”, said local investigator Victoria Heer. “We should have just left that place the hell alone. God only knows what negative energy that thing has been putting out there since people talked about leveling it.
Local government officials need to think long and hard about if tearing this place down is the right idea. Maybe if we decide to just leave it the hell alone things might go back to some sort of relative calm.
I’m urging officials to do just that.”
Despite the clear connections between 2020 being a dumpster fire and the plans for the Lesspay Motel, it is believed that the demolition will still go ahead sometime very soon.