VIDEO: Rob Gronkowski Wants To Take Tim Tebow's Virginity, Is A Massive Bro

There was recently a heated discussion about certain athletes and where they land on the douche/bro spectrum. New England Patriots tight end and club-shirtlessness enthusiast Rob Gronkowski was someone whose name was brought up in that conversation. The final ruling was that Gronk landed on the side of "bro." In case there were lingering doubts, we now have videographic proof of him flaunting his bro-ness in bro-tacular fashion.

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Gronkowski was recently a guest at a student function at the University of Rhode Island and, naturally, was asked to play a round of "F---, Marry, Kill" -- with hilarious options. The students provided the setup and Gronkowski nailed the bro-riffic punchline.

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A Tim Tebow virginity joke! What will he think of next? An actual joke?

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What really sells it here is the implied "hehhhhhhhhh" of Gronkowski being just so tickled by his legendary zinger and the crowd falling all over itself in uproarious laughter at his Broscar Wilde-ian bon mot.

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Let this video serve as evidence that Gronkowski is not only King of the Bros, but that the University of Rhode Island is his bro kingdom.

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(And just in case you missed it, here's that bro-doucheback conversation in full.)

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