Picture this: You see a dark figure outside of your home one evening, so you go outside to see who it is. A person wearing a hoodie and a mask points a gun at you, so you do what any right thinking American would do- you shoot him in defense of your life.

It turns out that the kid is the 15 year old from down the street who mows your lawn, and the gun was an Airsoft replica.

The latest social media craze has teenagers sneaking around their neighborhoods at night while wearing black hoodies and masks while carrying fake guns, in a game that they are calling “Senior Assassin.”

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Robert · April 15, 2024 at 9:27 pm

“Teens” in this area have taken to livestreaming their adventures as they break down a doorway of a suburban home and then run away. Or sometimes take a quick peek inside.

This isn’t the 15-year-old kid who mows your lawn. It is thugs from the area high school, showing off to their friends. How strange that the police are unable to track them down when so many people seem to know who they are.

Nobody has been shot yet. Give it a little time. Queue up the race riots about 1 day after the first fatal encounter.

Steve · April 15, 2024 at 9:49 pm

Just in case you were looking for a reason to take your kids off social media…?

Bad Dancer · April 16, 2024 at 6:57 am

We played what is probably the same game but had the common sense to know that in the rural south sneaking around the homes of mostly veterans was a bad idea.

We played with nerf guns, water pistols, rubber bands, whatever and it was even loosely tolerated on school grounds so long as:
1. No teacher was ever assigned as a target
2. No “hits” took place during class
3. No property was damaged.

The game would start over once either the game master or all the players were “dead”.

It was fun and I remember playing it as an adult at several jobs back when you were allowed to have fun. A lumber and construction supplies warehouse is really good for airsoft battles.

This just seems like a complete and total lack of common sense by kids who have been far far removed from having to think about their actions or deal with their consequences.

IcyReaper · April 16, 2024 at 4:20 pm

Stupidity reigns now. We have had a couple cases in next city over, luckily the folks they picked weren’t armed. I would truly hate to kill some dumbass kid playing a game. But if I’m checking out a intruder and they point or pull a gun, they are dead. I cant take the chance to wait and see if its a toy or if they shoot me first to figure it out. Someones family will be missing a member and I don’t plan on it being me.
We had games like this when I was a kid, but there were rules you stuck with like only using the participating friends homes not strangers and we knew some people homes you didn’t fuck with at all..

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