Hello gorgeous. Hope you’re having a fabulous day 😉
Ok, so about 30 miles outside Orlando sits Sausage Castle, an infamous Juggalo Commune . The house is run by the alleged nephew of Gary Busey and is most commonly known for raunchy parties and controversial American flag usage.
The self proclaimed alternative family of outcasts is saving Christmas for kids in need and it is rather awesome.
Every Christmas the Sausage Castle crew orchestrates a unique way to give back to the community. In the months leading up to Christmas, SC raises money from everyone in the house, their friends, even the pool guy, all to buy toys for kids of families in need.
Gleefully risking a variety of potential poisonings, Big LA morphs himself into Olaf from Frozen to bring the kids a white Christmas by having his 500lbs+ body spray painted white.
Mike (Gary Busey’s maybe nephew) wraps himself in lights and garland, tucking the battery under an ample man boob.
“Mike and Kace, the lesbian Juggalette feminist, have been planning their charity event for months. “I’m the hood Oprah,” Mike says. “I’m the real Robin Hood.” This year, they chose a child whose legs had been amputated due to a birth defect with his spine and a nine-year-old with Down’s Syndrome to buy presents for. Inside Walmart, they shop with an overweight comedian named Miguel. Kace and Mike purchase the kids Star Wars toys, paint supplies, and BB guns.
The Sausage Castle spends hundreds of dollars on gifts at Walmart. Throughout December, they collected donations from everyone from their pool man to Jenny Jizz, the amateur porn star who gave blowjobs to veterans on Veteran’s Day in thanks for their service. The Sausage Castle’s male members possess a deep emotional connection to Christmas.
“I’m gonna cry,” Mike says.
Once JB finishes opening presents, Mike takes him outside, where he puts on his Darth Vader mask and runs across the porch on his arms.
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Sausage Castle family, I wish you all the happiest of Holiday Seasons and thank you for this rad Christmas charity tradition.