It was December 4th. I was lounging around on Twitter. Robert Griffin III, the Washington Redskins QB, was at the Wizards-Heat game when he sent a certain tweet to LeBron James (a Dallas Cowboys fan like me). LeBron & RGIII were shaking hands and all & I was happy that both sides were getting along despite NFL rivalries and tweeted my thoughts and what not since we all know that the Cowboys & Redskins practically hate each other. Then this New York Giants fan comes into my mentions & slams RGIII using some words that I’m not going to repeat. I then reply him defending RGIII “Looks like somebody’s bitter over last night” because the previous night, the Redskins beat the Giants. And then a bit of a Redskins-Giants fight broke out in my mentions overnight. SOMEHOW, I got away from that scuffle without being called any bad names. Cowboys-Redskins is supposed to be one of the biggest rivalries in all of sports. I, a Cowboys fan, backed the Redskins, called a Giants fan bitter over the loss the previous night, and got away with it. And that right there makes no freaking sense whatsoever.
The weirdest thing I’ve gotten away with