A woman in Northridge, California was shocked to see wrapping paper with a offensive image in the aisle of a local Walgreens. She complained to the managers about the product, but some people think she is making a big deal for no reason.
Her name is Alexandra Dadario and you can save yourself the image search as I’ve included a link to the scene in question later in this post. Perfect. Perfect T… perfect A…perfect all-other-25-letters of the alphabet.
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