Russell Wilson Showed His Appreciation For The Insane Seahawks-Themed Videos Of @CableThanos_

Via Cable Thanos

A notable thing about the internet is it’s made the world much smaller, making it so people who would otherwise never talk to one another interact. This is a bad thing, uh, a lot of the time, but every now and then, something happens that reminds you that the original purpose of the internet was much different than the literal manifestation of hell that it has often become.

For example, Cable Thanos is a delightful person on Twitter who likes to make completely ludicrous videos related to his favorite NFL team, the Seattle Seahawks. Behold a collection of the videos you can expect on the timeline of @CableThanos_ (whose real name is Josh, but I will continue to refer to them as Cable Thanos because that is way more fun).

Not everything is a big production, though, as sometimes, Luke Kuechly gets made fun of for not being Bobby Wagner.

The best pieces, though, are videos like this, which are insane and wonderful and should be put into a time capsule for future generations to study, assuming climate change does not render earth uninhabitable before 2100.

If you enjoy this, that makes you similar to Russell Wilson, who is a big fan of the unhinged brilliance of Cable Thanos.

Wilson ended up requesting a Pro Bowl hype video, and Cable Thanos delivered.

It was so good that Wilson made a video of his own thanking Cable Thanos, although his was more reserved because it just involved Wilson walking through a hallway shouting out the king of weird Seahawks content. It also included an invite to play Super Smash Bros. Ultimate sometime.

Again, it cannot be stressed enough that the internet is, more often than not, bad. But every now and then, you get a Super Bowl winning quarterback shouting out a guy who makes a bunch of completely off the wall videos about his football team, and you’re reminded that it can be good. Now please, stream whatever game of Super Smash Bros. you guys end up playing, Cable Thanos and Russell Wilson.