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EXCLUSIVE: Fake Playoff Quarterback Facebook Conversations, Starring Pey-Pey Manning, Thomas Brady And The Coaches
We have EXCLUSIVE (fake) Facebook conversations between the remaining quarterbacks in the NFL playoffs. They talk about some weird shit.
When you hit a cyclist with your car, you probably shouldn’t brag about it on Twitter. Also, you shouldn’t post pictures of yourself tailgating other cars on Facebook. Because the police have Twitter and Facebook, too.
Kobe Floats In And Out Of Coherence On An Emotional Pain Medication Induced Facebook Rant, Talks About Bears
Up all night, presumably in a tremendous amount of pain/pain medication induced stupor, Kobe Bryant took to Twitter and Facebook to voice his frustration over thepotentially career ending achilles injury heard round the world. The emotional open letter after the jump.
Totally pissed at the Pats’ stunning elimination in the AFC title game, Wes Welker’s wife Anna Burns Welker took her rage out on Facebook. She took some sort of high road, chewing out Wes’s opponent, not his teammate, mocking Ray Lewis for being an alleged murderer.
A Clever Fake Facebook Account For Broncos Linebacker Von Miller Has A Message For Joe Flacco (UPDATE)
The Jets Posted A Thank-You Message To Their Fans On Their Facebook Page, And Things Went Predictably Awry
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It’s A Holiday Miracle: Professional Soccer Goalie Asks Facebook Fans To Help Find His Dog, Dog Is Found
Goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen for German soccer club Borussia Monchengladbach (he was also recently called up to German’s national squad before Euro 2012) lost his dog, Bali, recently, who was hit by a car and ran away in shock. Ter Stegen and his girlfriend could not find their dog, so he made a last ditch call for help to his Facebook fans.
The Panthers haven’t won a single coin toss this season, so they left it to their fans to decide on heads or tails for the coming week. Except it didn’t quite work out as planned.
When we last visited the Marlins’ official Facebook page, they were asking fans to share their favorite memories of the Marlins’ miserable failure of a 2012 season, and the fans were justifiably responding with venom. So what would they say now that their team has traded nearly every good player away?