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Seaside's Spring Break Exodus Leaves Seagrove Holding the Bag


Ah, the joys of spring break – a time for sun-soaked beaches, carefree days, and, apparently, dodging a giant bag of...well, you get the picture.


But how did we find ourselves knee-deep in this mess, you ask?


Well, dear reader, allow me to regale you with a tale of unintended consequences and a community left holding the bag, quite literally.


It all started innocently enough in Seaside, where the bustling beach town unwittingly became the MTV spring break destination for high schoolers.


Ah, the nostalgia of days gone by, when the streets were filled with laughter and the air tingled with youthful exuberance.


Little did Seaside know that they were unwittingly planting the seeds for a problem that would come back to haunt them in the years to come.


Fast forward to the present day, where COVID-19 reared its ugly head and Seaside saw an opportunity to wash their hands clean of the spring break mayhem.


With a swift stroke of the pen, they cut off access to the teenage revelers, leaving them adrift in search of new shores to conquer.


Enter Watercolor, who, faced with a similar dilemma, followed suit and closed their gates to the adolescent horde.


And so, dear readers, Seagrove finds itself caught in the crossfire, left to grapple with the fallout of a problem not of its making.


Like a hapless homeowner confronted with a steaming pile of canine excrement left on their doorstep, Seagrove is left to wonder: where is the justice in this world?


But fear not, for hope springs eternal, and we implore Seaside to take pity on its neighbors and lend a helping hand in dealing with the mess they helped create.


After all, it's never too late to clean up after oneself, even if it means reaching for the metaphorical pooper scooper and facing the stinky consequences of one's actions.


So, dear Seaside, won't you please do the right thing and help us tackle this giant bag of...well, you know what?


We'll even throw in a few of those little baggies for good measure.

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