â†µThere are a few things I want to believe. I want to believe I'm going to become a better, kinder person as I get older, even after I've just heartlessly cut off an old lady for a parking space at the grocery store. To be fair, she might not have even seen me, since she couldn't see over the steering wheel, and killed three pedestrians seconds later. I didn't help them, either. Have you heard of liability? It's expensive. â†µ
â†µI also really, really want to believe this is true. For the moment I'll assume it's just fan fiction, or a naked attempt to grab page views by typing the name ERIN ANDREWS in a bogus and entertaining story, a technique used (ERIN ANDREWS) by only the most desperate (ERIN ANDREWS) and lazy bloggers. (ERIN ANDREWS.) â†µ
â†µSince there are no pictures of this happening, I'll just assume fakery. But it's a pleasant fantasy scene, if only to imagine an ESPN employee doing this to a crowd full of gelled-up, jersey-wearing Miami Hurricanes fans. â†µ
â†µâ‡¥For a few moments, I was poised to take over and drive the Erin Andrews bandwagon. But minutes later, she reminded the crowd where she had gone to college. After performing a few chomps, she turned, completely unprovoked, towards the Miami crowd. With the cameras off she flashed Miami’s signature U, and turned it upside down into two middle fingers. â†µâ†µOH NO YOU DI-UHNT. That's right, actually, she didn't. But it's amusing to think so, and for the desperate single men and sexually frustrated older dudes of the internet, it will be enough to get them through the next 48 hours or so. â†µ
â†µP.S. ERIN ANDREWS ERIN ANDREWS ERIN ANDREWS.â†µ
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