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Senator John Kennedy, R – Louisiana, has been to some pretty pricey places recently, but it’s not the kind of places you might expect.
Thanks to rising prices, everywhere is quickly turning into an expensive place to be. From the sudden jump in your grocery bill to extra pain at the pump, money is flying out of your wallet faster than ever before. Kennedy decided to work a joke on inflation into his Fox Business interview Wednesday, and it was a hit on social media.
“I don’t like to brag about expensive places I’ve been but I was at the gas station today…” Kennedy quipped.
(Video: Fox Business)
While Kennedy can’t be credited for inventing the joke, it was definitely a hit on social media, with users laughing so they didn’t cry:
I don’t mean to play one-upmanship ….but I bought a used car today.😉
— Brett Hansen (@Hondo320F16) December 16, 2021
now that’s funny! I love it!
— Mona Wood Chiusano (@mchiusano) December 15, 2021
— Brian Bickerstaff (@b_bickerstaff) December 15, 2021
From a gas pump in Colorado… pic.twitter.com/fBL9GiT9bI
— Jay Wojo (@JayWojo7) December 15, 2021
I went to the grocery store & building supply store last weekend!
You’d think plywood was a rare earth element!
— John Taznar (@Taznari) December 15, 2021
Kennedy is a hoot. And as usual, he’s spot on!
— Cindy (@asheborn57) December 15, 2021
— Eddy Krutch (@KrutchEddy) December 15, 2021
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