DEVASTATION…Another St. George Utah Home Lost to Stanley Mugs
Another beautiful St. George home is under water this week because of Stanley Mugs. It's the tenth home to flood this month in Washington County due to the trendy tumbler brand. SATIRICAL ARTICLE
"Well the damn things just 'tumble' over every five seconds," said Henry Edelman who lost his home last week. "My wife just sets it on the couch as if it's not just gonna fall over the second someone else sits down."
According to the Washington County catastrophe department, St. George has the highest flood risk in all of Southern Utah. SATIRICAL ARTICLE
"Each home in say Desert Color and Little Valley have, on average, between three hundred and three hundred and fifty Stanley Mugs in the home," said commissioner Brad Talbot. "They're basically carrying around Lake Superior in highly unstable, top-heavy mugs that could wash this whole town off the map."
Talbot said that the department was initially just concerned about the Insta-mom's, but over the last 18-months their concern has spread to other members of the household.
"It's not just an epidemic among the trendy moms anymore, it's now running rampant with the daughters. That's when we knew it was threat-level midnight."
The county has started a new water safety course to help mom's protect their homes, valuables and loved ones.
"It's a course you can finish in basically two weekends. It's goes through the techniques we endorse as a program. It's $39 dollars and you can just register on our website."