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"Shoenice" (he's the one in the video wearing a shirt with SHOENICE across the front) is a comedian from upstate New York and a Yankees fan who has amassed a decent amount of side-eyed Internet fame for eating random sh*t -- <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TjZl2XGrX9k" target="_blank">bottles of Elmer's Glue</a>, <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1-y6f0g5odk" target="_blank">tampons</a>, an <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y_i2WEsS3W0&feature=fvwrel" target="_blank">entire box of crayons</a>, etc.
The depressed "come on, man" really makes it.
Mike McWain of Pasco, Washington, has what the <a href="http://www.tri-cityherald.com/2012/04/23/1913567/baseball-fans-tattoos-tell-story.html" target="_blank">Tri-City Herald</a> refers to as "a field of dreams tattooed across his back, shoulders and arms", and whether or not you think it's a little light on the Moonlight Graham and a little heavy on the "God literally holding dead baseball players", you'll be happy to know he spent 11 years and $10,000 on the project.
Back in January, Boston Bruins goalie Tim Thomas stirred the political pot a great deal when he refused to attend his team’s visit to the White House to meet President Barack Obama for their Stanley Cup Championship.
For the past two years, the NFL has apparently been sending undercover rival fans into stadiums to goad home fans into starting fights so Roger Goodell and his army of peacekeepers could weed out the sh*tty fans.
When I got back from Las Vegas early this morning, I had quite a few emails from readers tipping me off about <a href="http://withleather.uproxx.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/Masshole-Bruins-1.jpg">the greatest sign in the history of sports fanfare</a> at a recent Boston Bruins game.
With the NCAA Men’s Final Four field determined, there’s not much of a point in recapping the weekend’s action, because with the exception of Saturday’s early game – Louisville 72, Florida 68 – there wasn’t a great deal of suspense to break down and analyze with fart jokes and pictures of kittens dressed like Harry Potter.
This might be my favorite story of the year so far.
You may not know <a href="https://twitter.com/#!/jack_____enship">Jackson Blankenship</a> by name, but you’ve definitely seen him by now.
Last Friday, the not-surprisingly-terrible New Jersey Nets earned their second win of the season with a 97-85 tickle fight against the slightly-less-terrible Toronto Raptors.
If ever we hoped for God* to be a sports fan, let’s hope that he was wearing his giant foam finger yesterday as he browsed the Internet and checked the news at <a href="http://www.languagemonitor.com/global-english/tebowing-accepted-into-english-language/">the Global Language Monitor</a>.
Last night, I called a buddy of mine who is a pretty big Chicago Bears fan and I asked him if the name Glenn Timmerman rang a bell and he said no.
<a href="http://network.yardbarker.com/golf/article_external/tiger_woods_gets_the_wiener_and_bun_treatment/7315663">Sports Grid's</a> tendency to take videos from places and put their logo in the corner has finally come in handy, as the PGA has been on a rights and violations kick and this is the only place on the Internet to see video of a guy running onto the seventh green at CordeValle and throwing a hot dog at Tiger Woods.
There's been a very unexpected yet quite spectacular trend brewing in Major League Baseball this season - foul ball thievery.
I'm not sure where the line between "embarrassing yourself on the Internet" and "embarrassing yourself in real life and having people talk about it on the Internet" is drawn, but last night's episode of Tosh.
Here's something sure to make pro basketball more accessible to the Internet's below-average whites; Miami Heat fans have been buying up voodoo dolls by the hundreds in an attempt to curse the Dallas Mavericks.
A few months back, I scoured the depths of Deviant Art and a few other sites to dig up some of the <a href="http://withleather.uproxx.com/2011/03/mega-gallery-50-examples-of-very-interesting-unusual-athlete-fan-art#page/1">most beautiful athlete fan art</a> that we've ever seen, but a few days ago I realized that I left out another great resource - Etsy.
The two Vancouver Canucks fans lovingly known as the Green Men claim that they received a warning from Canucks officials before Saturday’s game to curb their behavior that they’ve become somewhat famous for.
Videos of overweight people showing irrational happiness are always fun to pass around, and that's exactly why I've never made a sex tape.