Anthony Allen has Stingtalk all a-flutter after this tweet:
Dear GaTech fans, don’t talk bad about my team. We see every word you say. I have enough trouble trying to keep their heads up now. thanksTue Oct 26 22:31:34 via Twitter for iPhoneAnt Allen
No problem, Anthony. We can take up the slack here.
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You can really see why Anthony is having trouble keeping his boys in the game. Virginia Tech lost to James Madison and nearly lost to East Carolina. So, Georgia Tech’s gonna have their hands full.
Is it bad that I can’t hate on Tech because I actually feel sorry for them? I do enjoy the comedy of it all though…
Wait a minute now, Hey….feel sorry for them after the football season, please.
Well, when game week rolls around, I won’t suffer from a lack of hatred, I promise… but for now it’s just sad and hilarious, all at the same time.
Yes, it’s bad.
Sound’s like the Jackets need the GTG’s to drop some more mad rhymes.
Talk is cheap. Where is old Paul’s Johnson when you need him anyway?
Anthony,maybe you nerds should head on over to namby pamby land, and see if we can find you delicate flowers some self-esteem, you jackwagon. Need a tissue?
The posts from BuzzCzar in the first link are pure gold.
I can literally imagine his pale, freckled, ginger face squishing in anger as he types away at his cubicle in the basement of an IT department somewhere. All the while dreaming of 5 o’clock when he can get home to the new Halo game.
just like you wouldnt talk football with a bigot, even though its football and not “off topic” — BuzzCzar
What does that even mean?
We don’t rise to the academic level of the nerds so we can’t understand such advanced thinking.
They’re so advanced they don’t even bother differentiating between “its” and “it’s”!
Do you even KNOW who Homer Rice is????
BuzzCzar must dream of fondling Homer Rice.
I love the one that says “Why don’t you SHUT UP and start being a fan of this team?”
Good thing our guys have had their Twitters cut off, huh?
I puckered a little when I read this. I suspect I’m not alone.
Sarcasm? If not, you’re mistaken. Our basketball players twitters are cut off…our football players are good to go.
Sarcasm laced with a thin skin of truth.
(See….before the turn.)
“Is it bad that I can’t hate on Tech because I actually feel sorry for them?”
Yes, yes, a thousand times yes. Tech fans are the most miserable shits in all of sports, and that includes European soccer fans who set the stadium on fire. Their inferiority complex is so overwhelming that they completely define themselves by a one-sided rivalry with Georgia.
Unfortunately, Irish, the truth won’t set you free of lame responses from the Buzzy Bee crowd.
Tech=resentful,malcontented red-headed step-child that despite all efforts, will NEVER measure up.
It appears their douchebaggery knows no bounds.
If I were a Tech fan (the horror!) my reply would have been: “Dear Ant, Stop sucking and we won’t talk bad about your team.”
But good thing we are UGA fans so we can say ‘keep up the suckatude Ant, its part of your tradition’
I’d like to get back to the days when Tech sucked and they accepted it. The complaining suggests that they feel they deserve better. That doesn’t sit well with me.
My thoughts exactly. I miss those late Gailey days when there was a group that finally admitted 7-5 was about the best they should expect year-in, year-out.
“Ant” Allen? I thought he was a bee.
Their kids still have to take calculus. I laugh so f’n hard when I read that because I know where they take it.
I know I’m a Bama fan and, therefore, not that smart, but how do you “see every word” someone says?
That would be quite a trick in my book.
You know they’re mad when they start throwing SAT scores around (page 3).
And throwing around the phrase “riding the M-Train”
I saw the word penis in a couple of their sigs, wondered WTF???, remembred where I was, and moved on…
“… Georgia’s just going to do what it’s going to do to win ballgames. Whether that’s passing the ball or running the ball or doing both. It’s kind of simple: whatever way to win ballgames.” — Charlie Woerner, The Athletic, 12/4/19
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