A Fitchburg woman named Sarah Rockell has been selling fresh steak for half price in local Facebook groups, supposedly because her fridge broke down and she doesn’t want the food to go to waste.
Nothing shady about that whatsoever. This is a face I can trust.
Sure, Sarah might be a well known hooker to the Fitchburg and Leominster Police, has an assortment of Google trophies, and works at a grocery store, but none of that should raise any red flags about why she’s selling steaks on Facebook for half price. Nor should the fact that she’s also selling lots of other things on Facebook at discount prices.
After all, she uses the “My story isn’t over yet” filter, which means she’s no longer a junkie.
Those are the rules of the Internet.
Turns out this wasn’t a one time sale either, as a turtle rider who messaged her about the steaks found out that she can get them fresh any day, despite her allegedly broken freezer being the reason she needs to get rid of the steaks.
If you want ribeye (or anything really), she’s your gal. Just don’t ask where it came from, and don’t try to pay in food stamps, because if there’s anything her night walking days taught her, it’s that you only accept cash from people who are willing to buy steak off of a degenerate on Facebook.
So yea, if you like steak that’s totally NOT stolen from the grocery store she works at, then contact the totally CLEAN former hooker on Facebook and she’ll get you a nice ribeye for half price.
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