“I have no idea what to do with my hands”
Is there another sports team out there that you would have rather seen this happen to than the Green Bay Packers? I hate their fucking perfect little organization in their fucking perfect little town with their fucking perfect little stadium with every announcer telling me what a fucking perfect little place Green Bay is for football. Packers fans are the Trekkies of the NFL. Fat. Slovenly. Unjustifiably arrogant. When you celebrate the Packers, you’re celebrating a group of people who never had the intellect or courage to leave Green Bay and actually go DO something with their lives. The fact that Packers fans are allowed to be happy is proof that God doesn’t exist and that this universe is a cold, black, random place that cares little for the travails of mankind. So when something like last night happens, I don’t just enjoy it for a couple minutes and move on. I bask in it. I squeeze it for all it’s worth.
Twitter pretty much exploded last night as soon as that call was made, and nothing pleased me more than reading all of the self-righteous pricks from Wisconsin bitch and complain about how they just got fucked in the ass by the replacement refs. It was one of the most entertaining nights of sports I’ve seen in awhile. Then you got bimbos like T.J. Lang and Clay Matthews taking the low road to social media by cursing out the refs on Twitter and posting Rodger Goodell’s phone number on Facebook. Yeah it was a bad call. But Green Bay players/fans are literally acting like this was the first bad call ever made in the history sports. That they are some sort of entitled franchise that should never, EVER have to deal with a bad call. Grow the fuck up Peter Pan. Countchoculla. Hey remember when the replacement refs awarded San Francisco 5 timeouts and 2 extra challenges on Sunday and the Vikings still won? Winners make losers, losers make excuses. You scored 12 points and your MVP QB was sacked 39852840723 times. If you don’t put yourself in a situation to have the refs decide the outcome of the game, that never happens.
PS – If you sent out a tweet last night after that call was made that had nothing to do with that game or the replacement refs, you are like the most un-American person on the planet right?