20 Aug '16, 9pm

Gotta love when people are excited that drugs is an answer!

Steve Harvey asked the contestant on Family Feud , “Name something a college kid might buy with the money his parents send him for food?” Angela went with the obvious answer, “pizza,” and it was the fourth answer on the board. Therefore, it was college student’s turn, and Michael proudly said, “drugs!” He denied that is what he would do with the money, but you have to wonder? Especially since his whole family and him got so excited when the answer was up there. Leave it to Family Feud where saying something taboo can get the whole family jumping for joy!

Full article: http://seriouslyomg.com/?p=61412

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