One of the beauties of blogging is that when you readers call me out for spelin lik a toadal dickhead or mixing up some names I can just make the correction on the back end of the site, update, and make a notation at the bottom of the article saying that the correction was made. Being the most widely read and best known newspaper in the world, the New York Times has to abide by much stricter standards than I do, and when they fuck up they have to issue an entire webpage of retractions and corrections. My buddy Parker (who used to work at another NY newspaper) sent me today’s corrections from the NYT earlier because he knew I’d laugh my dick off at the second one on the list:
Because of an editing error, an article on Monday about a theological battle being fought by Muslim imams and scholars in the West against the Islamic State misstated the Snapchat handle used by Suhaib Webb, one of the Muslim leaders speaking out. It is imamsuhaibwebb, not Pimpin4Paradise786.
I’m sorry but I’ll never not laugh at something as stupid as that. The most well-respected newspaper across the globe somehow managed to name some Muslim leader’s Snapchat as ‘Pimpin4Paradise786’, something so fucking from his actual Snapchat I’m scratching my head and wondering how they came up with that name in the first place.
So I looked up the Pimpin4Paradise786 Snapchat handle in hope of finding something incredible. Sadly, all I discovered is that the Snapchat handle doesn’t even exist. However, the good news is if any of you bros are looking to squat on the Snapchat handle Pimpin4Paradise786 it’s still available. Now while I’ve got you, ALL OF YOU BROS should be following BroBible on Snapchat, and if want to follow me personally on Snapchat you can do so by CLICKING HERE (cpa03c), but you should only follow me if you want to see a feed of grilling, fishing, dogs, and golf (because that’s all I ever snap).