During yesterday’s Christmas game between the Brooklyn Nets and the Chicago Bulls, Kevin Garnett had a problem and let the ref hear about it. Sample dialogue: “WHY THE F*CK ARE WE PLAYING IN DEEP-VEE PAJAMA SHIRTS?”
To combat the onslaught of (what I can only assume to be mild) cursing, a young fan in the front row protected his straight-from-a-movie-set-in-the-1950s little brother with the ol’ Vince Vaughn earmuff it for me technique. That poor little baby. He’s in the front row at an NBA Christmas game trying to tell people that the human head weighs eight pounds and this is the kind of language he has to hear.
Anyway, it’s super cute, so check it out:
BONUS, BECAUSE IT’S CHRISTMAS AND WE CAN’T HAVE NICE THINGS: This Week In YouTube Commenter Outrage
Yes, even a video of a little boy helping out his Littlest Vampire brother draws the ire of YouTube commenters, the saddest and meanest and most outraged people in the world.
And what do you think of when you think of pussies? Being gay.
After “deciding your sexuality,” there’s nothing YouTube likes more than giving you parenting advice, especially when you are also a small child:
Anybody want to leave a comment about rape on an NBA Christmas video about children?
C’mon. Did NOBODY enjoy this? One of you has to have a joke ready.
There we go.
[Video via The Brooklyn Game, comments via weird jerks]