A drug deal gone bad!

So if a drug deal does not go bad, is it a good drug deal? Someone compost this phrase already, please.

How often do we hear this one? Well, a google search with it in quotes turns up 1.9 million results.

(Of course, you can enter “cat plays trumpet” and get 13,000 results . . . )

Anyway here’s an example — and it’s an absolute all-star usage because it involves a drug-buyer’s 5-year-old child who was abducted during an attempted transaction:


So if the guy would have merely taken his child to tag along while he bought narcotics, that would have been a drug deal that stayed right, apparently.


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