The World Cup Truffle Shuffle Kid is My New Hero

By: 07.18.11  •  16 Comments

(Click for the animated version. I put it on a separate page so it wouldn’t crash your browser.)

If you happened to be watching the women’s soccer World Cup final match between the US and Japan yesterday (a long shot, I realize…), you may have noticed this kid’s awesome celebration after Alex Morgan’s goal in the 65th minute put the US up 1-0. I think he was probably inspired by Brandi Chastain’s famous shirt-removal celebration after scoring the winning goal in the 1999 World Cup, but for the sake of movie-relatedness, let’s call it a Truffle Shuffle. In either case, it was awesome, and I would gladly buy this kid a beer. Wait, that came out wrong. Seriously though, he busted this out with ZERO HESITATION! He had his chubby little titties out a second and a half after the ball hit the net at the MOST. His comedic instincts are uncanny! You can’t teach that. If he’s not the most popular kid in school by tomorrow, he should change schools because his is clearly incapable of appreciating greatness.

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