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Douche Bag Truck Bros take over Broken Arrow QuikTrip…

1:35 PM EST on January 25, 2024

One of the biggest problems with the modern Internet is that it shows people stuff they were never supposed to see. 

Before the advent of smartphones, social media, and the dreaded algorithms they brought forth, it took actual effort – or a late-night chain email from an uncle – to find and locate online thoughts, images, and videos to hurt or offend your brain, or give you a glimpse into a strange lifestyle and culture that you never knew – or even desired to know – existed. 

I was reminded of this a few nights ago when I pulled up Xwitter and saw a video from a Tulsa area QuikTrip making the rounds.

It's safe to say the video was never made for people like me, you, or anyone else with an IQ over 70, to see, and serves as more proof that Mike Judge – the director of Idiocracy – isn’t human, but a distant time traveler from the future trying to warn us of the sad depths our society is headed. 

Check this out:

I decided to reshare the video with a more appropriate caption:

Then again, what do I know? I’m just a pretentious educated snob. I’m not the intended audience for the video and I doubt you are either. To play off a great quote from the Westworld:

“The maze ain’t made for you, bubs!”

With that being said, what scene from a white trash dystopian horror flick did we just watch?!

I couldn’t tell if that was a deleted scene from Tulsa King or an Oklahoma State Fair Carnie recruitment video.

Then again, maybe it was just a posse gathering up before a mission to snuff out a snake outside of a trailer park. Either way, even the dudes who park their trucks outside of the used car dealerships on NW 39th St. on Friday nights think that’s the dumbest thing ever!

Actually, I take that back. I bet they thought it was pretty cool.

In fact, there’s probably some 15-year-old boy ditching school somewhere in rural Oklahoma who’s sitting on his step-dad’s couch, getting stoned, and massaging a pair of truck nuts while Street Outlaws reruns play in the background who thinks this video is the coolest thing possible, and can’t wait until he and his friends steal a truck someday so they can do the very same thing! 

The video was, naturally, thoroughly mocked on social media. Lots of people pointed out that the video was actually filmed in Broken Arrow, while others just noted how dumb and pointless the whole thing was. 

Others, on the other hand, simply paid respect to the QuikTrip employee who thought that was as good a time as any to take out the trash. 

Well, excluding the people standing on their trucks. 

I couldn’t tell if that was planned or simply the best accidental cameo in trashy Oklahoma viral video history, but give that employee a medal for bravery. 

Stay with The Lost Ogle. We’ll keep you advised.

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