If you’re curious, it turns out that a Washington fan who decided to get a Super Bowl butt tattoo to taunt Patriots fans struggles with basic logic.
This comes to us via SB Nation’s former Comebacker Harry Lyles Jr., as well as the Instagram of orrazib_.
This picture is somehow NSFW:
Super Sunday #assterick #* #neverforget #notmychampions #hatersgonnahate #goat #httr #cashmeoutsidehowboutdat #saltybae @nfltrashtalkers @nflmemes_ig @patriots_empire @patriotsvip @bradythegoat @juliojones_11 @tombrady @falconsdaily @atl_falcons_nation @falcons.choked @billfckinbelichick @espn @nfl The Falcons blew a 28-3 Lead
So, that’s a butt tattoo with the score of the Super Bowl near the end of the third quarter, when the Patriots were behind 28-3. He’s somehow making a point about the Patriots, more than he is mocking the Falcons who eventually blew the game, though he did note that in the caption at the end as well.
SB Nation got this quote, which helps to explain the reasoning, sort of:
I just live in Connecticut and cant stand these Pats fans so when i tell them to kiss my ass they will be reminded that they were gettin blownout !
Sure, that makes sense. Living in a densely populated Patriots fan area must be impossibly tough. It’s probably driven many people mad.
There’s just one more thing I have to note here, and that’s the underwear. (I didn’t expect to wake up today and start analyzing the underwear of some dude’s Instagram, but such is the life we lead.)
And the point I have to note is that those are some old-ass boxer-briefs. Via my own personal experience (I also didn’t expect to discuss my own underwear preferences when I woke up today) Fruit of the Loom changed to a different waistband a few years ago at least. Frankly, this alarms me more than the weird logic behind the ass tattoo
. (Not that there’s ever airtight logic behind a butt tattoo.)
Buy new underwear, guys. There’s no downside.