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Overseen: Stereotypes Go Out The Window

While Columbians might not be the most diehard of sports fans, it’s been pretty hard to ignore this year’s playoff hype. After all, we love a good debate. And at the very least, having New York’s very own Giants in the Super Bowl would offer us a rare opportunity for day-drinking. That’s why a tip regarding a blatant show of sports-enthusiasm in a Dodge window didn’t faze us—until we realized that the Dodge in question is the “creative” one.

We can only assume they're referring to Grendel here...

 

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5 Comments

  • Patrick Willis is says:

    @Patrick Willis is going to beat Eli than Archie ever did

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous I’m so scared right now.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous NINER NATION!

  • ROCK THE STICK says:

    @ROCK THE STICK “Who’s got it better than us? Nobody!”

  • GO NINERS says:

    @GO NINERS GIANTS SUUUUUCK

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