When my brothers were in high school, they were raving Cubs fans (read:pathetic idiots) who created huge fan banners with corny phrases, hoping to catch a moment of TV air time. They actually were on TV many times, always looking like the fools they were.
They called themselves the “Spirit Buddiis”, pronounced Bud-eyes, or Butt-heads, if you wish. And I do.
They even wore shirts with their stupid spirit bond emblazoned across the front.
My eyes still roll in circles when I look at my oldest brother all nerdified here. What a tool.
Anyhow, just to make sure you know that he really was a fool’s tool, I’ll give you an example.
The ‘Spirit Buddiis’ had all gone to a Cubs game and were sitting in the stands cheering and enjoying some hot dogs, when he noticed a blob of green sauce on his sleeve.
“Stupid pickle relish,” he said, and scooped it back onto his hot dog before taking another bite.
“That’s bird sh*t, you moron”, called out a spectator from behind him in the stands.
And with that, I rest my case.
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