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Cardboardbox Rectanglepants

Ohhhhhhhhhhhhh…Who lives by a trash can right next to south field? Apparently, this guy. Who is either the creation of an imaginative procrastinator or an adorable little Nickelodeon fan. We’re not sure how long he can survive without water, so hopefully someone will adopt him soon and give him a cozy submerged fruit to live in.

Looks like he's working his tan. Or maybe just dehydrated.

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5 Comments

  • spongebob says:

    @spongebob is not only from the nineties; it’s still on today

    1. Ya says:

      @Ya but it ain’t good anymore man. SB sold out big time.

    2. purveyor of useless information says:

      @purveyor of useless information If it debuted in 1999, is it reeeally from the nineties?

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous i saw him in riverside park on sunday, sitting on a bench right by the 116th street entrance

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous *applause*

    lold from your song

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