Dabbing Has Found Its Way Into The Spelling Bee
The Scripps National Spelling Bee is an underrated day on the calendar. Maybe it's the power of ESPN, but we feel like every single year, it's all the rage on social media and in our group of friends. Everyone is picking spellers that they like and rooting them on. Darren Rovell is tweeting out the favorites that you can bet on and then of course we all root against anyone Rovell pushes. We are honestly shocked at this point that no one has created a DFS Spelling Bee game. There's no question we would participate.
Sure college athletics are "amateur sports" but the spelling bee is amateur as it gets. Hundreds of 4th to 8th graders participating on national television, spelling words that none of us have ever heard of. We definitely can't tell you their language of origin or any other definitions of them either. When a kid finally does win the spelling bee, it's almost like a sigh of relief. They "did their job" and made their families proud. Sometimes, though, it feels like the parents want it so much more than their young child. Especially if one sibling has already won a spelling bee title, you better be sure you take home a championship too.
We are willing to guess that the sibling in the video below has never won a spelling bee though. We appreciate his excitement in support of his brother, but dabbing at the spelling bee? Come on bruh.
— paden bedford (@Paden_Bedford) May 26, 2016
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