Finally, Sports-Themed Signage Worthy Of Comparison To ‘Get A Brain Morans’
“DEY TOOK ER DICKSHUNNERRIES!”
Heh. Dimond. That’s freaking gold, man, which is a weird way to describe since diamonds are more valuable than gold. And what about pearls, too? Weird. Something to think about.
In any event, the ability to spell notwithstanding, these Tennessee Volunteers basketball fans have themselves some very strong feelings regarding the ouster of Bruce Pearl as the team’s head coach. So much so, they felt compelled to break out the magic markers so they could deliver a passionate message of support through the magic of the written word. Outstanding.
Quite the handsome family there, but not quite on par with these slack-jawed yokels. But back to the Misspelling Yet Vigilant Bruce Pearl Supporters Family. I wonder if they are related to “Get A Brain Morans” Guy. Ah, who am I kidding? All those lowbred folk are related in some way or another.
Update: SB Nation has the inside scoop on the story behind the photo. Turns out the parents knew the sign contained a misspelled word but the 12-year-old kid thought it would help him get chicks. I don’t know if that makes it more or less comical. Quite the conundrum.