Updated: May 6, 2022
Ron Widdleton (34) was on his lunch break when he began to read about the possibility of a world war III. He always had thought of himself as clever, goofy, a silly little guy, if you will. His long days spent hunched over at the computer, zoom meeting after zoom meeting. "Humor is my escape. I'm always reading about all the wild things happening not in my life and it can be exhausting." Widdleton told us. He went on to say "In a sea of people who take things so seriously I wanna be the light at the end of the tunnel."
While the post on Facebook did receive several laugh reacts (4 in total), there were a few sad reacts from some of Widdleton's friends and family. Following this, even a few art school graduates called out his ignorance, saying it was inappropriate to make light of something so awful. After about 3 and a half hours, Widdleton decided to comment on the post: "I'm sorry guys it's really not that deep. I'm just trying to have a good time, life is short!" Soon after, Widdleton closed his laptop ready to enjoy the weekend. As he sipped his Michelob Ultra awaiting for his Uber to arrive he knew there was more goofy times instore for the suburbs silliest guy. More updates as we get them.