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Family Trapped In Fargo Escape Room For Weeks

If you don’t escape from an Escape Room, then you’re trapped like rats, up a creek without a paddle.

Fargo, ND – A family that tried to find their way out of an Escape Room ended up being lost and forgotten for a number of weeks.

Ms. Paulette Soules along with her husband and their three children apparently were not up to the Escape Room challenge.

Unfortunately, when their problem solving skills weren’t good enough to help them think outside the box, they somehow got forgotten in some hidden back room with no doors or windows but which luckily had a refrigerator that was fully stocked with beer and various snack foods.

Ironically, all of the letters in Paulette Soules can be re-arranged to spell: Please, let us out!

Fargo Man Rescued From Toilet

Fargo, ND – You heard it here first folks.  A local Fargo resident was rescued from his toilet late last night.

Late last night at around 10 p.m, the Fargo police department received a call about a missing person.  Brent had stated that he had not seen his neighbor in over three days and was very concerned.  This prompted police to visit the neighbor’s home.

After arriving, police knocked on the door multiple times but with no response. One officer was walking to the back of the home when he thought he heard someone from inside say “please.”

With that knowledge, police rammed down the front door.  Upon immediately entering, the officers heard a man say calmy, “For the love of hippopotamus dicks….can you pleeeeease get me some toilet paper?”

Officers were stunned.  It seems the neighbor, named Jim, had been trapped on the toilet seat for three entire days because he ran out of toilet paper and refused to get up.

When asked why he didn’t just get up and get something to wipe, he simply stated, “Ew.”

Today, Jim is happy. He’s thankful to the officers for saving his life.

“If it wasn’t for those kind and sweet officers, I’d probably be dead.  Be dead or still sitting on that toilet seat.” – Jim