Local Fan Crushes Sixer


St Paul, MN – At approximately 9:34 pm on November 5th, local Dirty Sports Podcast fan, Jesse, decided Wednesday was a good night to have a drink. What happened next, can only be described as and once in a lifetime event.

At first glance, it seemed like your average Wednesday. When asked to describe his day the Dirty Sports fan stated, “It began like any other day of the week. I woke up, went to work, and then came home. I knew there as going to be a Clippers vs Warriors game on tv tonight, so I made a quick stop and picked up a sixer of tall boys.” But soon, his night was about to change for the better!

“It all started with the first beer. That one went down easy, so I had another. After that, they just kept dropping like flies.”

His night would continue in the same fashion until about 4 minutes into the 3rd quarter when Jesse reached for another beer and realized there were none left. His reaction? “At first, I was kinda shocked. But I mean honestly, at that point I didn’t even care that Doris Burke was on at halftime with her man voice. Stephen Curry was balling out!” Reports from those who witnessed the feat commented that the Dirty Sports Podcast fan was ‘whooping and hollering’ at the tv and was repeatedly shouting ‘Turn Down For Neeever’ in a Mexican ascent.

When asked what he will do now that he’s achieved this accomplishment, he calmly replied, “They said it couldn’t be done. But I am living proof that it can be done and it can be done any day of the week. All it takes is a little dedication and will power. You would be amazed at what you can accomplish in life. For now, I’m just going to stay open to new possibilities and stay dirty.”

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    Jesus 10 months ago

    Simply amazing, what else can you say???

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    Jesse Stanga 1 year ago

    I want more dirtball fan nonfiction.

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