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August 07, 2018

SPORTS-FAN GUYS IN ACTION

Man in red dress holds sign in Texas declaring he's unbelievably bad at fantasy football

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)

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Why is it some folks always want to show off their new dress?

(I guess it's just human nature.)--MJ

We're guessing he probably lost some kind of bet.

Exactly my thought before I even clicked the link.

Yep, things like this happens when you lose a bar bet, especially in Texas.

Either that or his buddies double dog-dared him.

Maybe he sucks at fantasy football. He sure sucks at accessorizing.
Black ball cap with a red dress?

At least he has matching shoes.

Can he hold up util he reaches FL?

@David H: Out of nowhere, you reminded me of the M*A*S*H episode "Deal Me Out" where Capt. Pak criticized Cpl. Klinger: "Earrings with a sweater?!"

While golfing with my brother, the penalty for 3-putting was playing the next hole wearing a pair of Elton John type sunglasses and a hat festooned with a toy snake and reading in large letters "I can't putt 4 sh1t."

I googled it, Mont Belvieu, TX has a total population of 2,234, at last count. That's right, two thousand plus change. And one of those 2,000 is wearing a dress in public. You'd think Texans would gang up and beat the cr*p out of him.

I think Le Petomane looks nice in this dress.

Now I know who kept driving by laughing, flashing her car lights and honking the horn.

Man in red dress holds up sign, doo dah, doo dah
Lost a bet, but did not whine, oh, doo dah day

To borrow and warp a John Wayne quote.
"Life is tough. It's even tougher when you bet on the Denver Broncos."

I suspect that a number of fantasy league commissioners are adding fine print to th rules

What makes this painful (for him) is that the season hasn't even started yet. He must really, really be bad at this.

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