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Gronk Spike Fail

Boston, MA (home of beating a dead horse to fucking death) – Well, now that everyone in the state has taken a picture or video of a friend (or worse, themselves) “Gronking”, or, spiking a football into the ground, Kristine Leahy from Fox25 had to jump into the fray about 8 weeks too late. My wife, Mrs. Munson, is like “Kristine Leahy must be the perfect chick. She’s pretty and she likes sports.” Well, you know the old sayings “you wouldn’t kick her out of bed” and “you wouldn’t kick her out of the passenger seat of your Camry if she was slobbling your ganoozle as you drive through a toll booth”, but I’m not really sure how much she knows about sports, nor do I care. Anyway, she tweets (below) and then delivers the saddest, loneliest football spike in the history of the world. I really can’t think of a good analogy, in terms of the suspense build-up for this spike video, other than, you know how when you’re wrangling one out, and sometimes it just dribbles out and other times it catches you by surprise by blasting your own face? Well, this is like the one that just dribbles out.

"Ooh the suspense is building!"

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4 Responses to “Gronk Spike Fail”

  1. Red says:

    This is proof that two weeks is too long for a local market to remain interested and/or find interesting stories to talk about. They should play the superbowl tomorrow.



    • Martin says:

      They made it seems like something awesome was going to happen, and then she basically fumbled. Not to mention the companies that insure the Fox25 building and its’ employees probably don’t want to see them on the ledge of the roof.

      I’ve already forgotten about the Super Bowl. Win or lose, I have to be to work at 8 the next day.

  2. Red says:

    ps – that second guy, in the studio, was he cleaning up his own blasties?

  3. Martin says:

    He fucked up his own coffee.

    “Mom always said, don’t play ball in the house.” – Bobby Brady (snitch)

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