It’s too bad we don’t have a button you can click to tell me how you thought this was “win” (and possibly “old”), because this clip of University of Texas baseball head coach Augie Garrido flipping the hell out and explaining his team’s utter futility through extended, graphic metaphor is a definite LOLing, oh-my-godding win. Watch in amazement as he paints a canvas of curse words, somehow making it through without his heart exploding from his mouth like it was shot from a potato cannon.
The two major reactions I’ve read so far have been “haha what is wrong with this guy” and “this reminds me of [hateful person] who motivated me in the past.” Maybe I’m not the type with the testicular fortitude to make it in the world of college sports, but if this guy started screaming at me like this I’d consider doing something with my life that wouldn’t eventually turn me into a guy who gets so mad he turns the same color as his burnt sienna-ass t-shirt.
If you’d like to see more, check out this clip’s origin in Richard Linklater’s documentary Inning By Inning: A Portrait of a Coach, which also features Ethan Hawke telling Julie Delpy about how he F**KING BELIEVES IN F**KING REINCARNATION AND THE NOTION OF A F**KING ETERNAL SOUL YOU PIECE OF SH*T
I want more like this!
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