St. Louis Rams Fans Would Burn Their Jerseys... If Anyone Owned Any
Got weekend plans to do the Bob and Weave over the burning remnants of your St Louis Rams jersey? Yeah, you're not alone.
Betrayed St. Louis Rams fans are looking for a way to express their complicated feelings after their beloved -- well,"beloved" is a strong word, maybe just, painfully tolerated -- St Louis Rams announced plans to move back to Los Angeles. The general consensus is to burn things.
Here's how things stand:
It's cold. Jerseys are a source of warmth.
And this guy's set on that course of action
Having a bonfire to burn all Rams related paraphernalia— Timothy m. Graham II (@Graham_Cracker4) January 13, 2016
But, wait. Do we have jerseys to burn though?
Wish I had a Rams jersey I could burn but Steven Jackson and Todd Gurley don't deserve that— Vince Toon (@VinceToon) January 13, 2016
Quick Rams Fans: What do we burn if they leave? No one owns a jersey— Brian G (@BrianGkorn) January 12, 2016
Well, you could just buy some gear to burn here.
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No, no, no! Use common sense people.
Don't burn Rams stuff, donate the clothing. That could keep someone warm during a brutally cold time of year in STL.— Jon Gitchoff (@JonGitchoff) January 13, 2016
Like these good samaritans, who picked up all the discarded jerseys around Rams Park
But some of those jerseys might not be recyclable...
How about we "use our words" like "rational human beings?"
Hopefully this resolves itself sensibly. Come on Rams fans. Take a deep breath. Think of Super Bowl XXXIV, and try to be happy for LA.
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