Tobias Harris puts mustard on his cheesesteak, as the downfall of the 76ers continues
Stumbled across this TikTok video from the 76ers today as players arrived for another day of training camp. Players were asked to share how they like their cheesesteaks. We definitely got some interesting answers, let’s take a closer look.
Jaden Springer led things off with honestly, the only acceptable answer out of the entire video. Springer said “plain with cheese” which is perfectly fine, and also known as “(insert cheese type here) without”. It looked like he was surprised that someone asked him a question in the first place, so he was just happy to answer.
Then we had Paul Reed, who I think took a political approach to his answer by just saying he likes his cheesesteak “philly loaded”, likely to avoid any type of backlash based on how he actually eats his cheesesteak.
Tyrese Maxey was okay. Mayonnaise, salt and pepper, ketchup, fried onions. I understand a lot of people choose mayo on their cheesesteaks, unfortunately I can’t get behind that, but the answer was definitely acceptable. Danny Green followed with another reasonable answer saying “cheese, light onions, little ketchup, little mayo.”
Now, we have Tobias Harris. Tobias pleaded with the video camera stating “don’t kill the messenger” as he nervously continued with his cheesesteak preference, which included mustard? After letting the cat out of the bag, Harris seemingly gained some confidence before walking off camera stating “yeah I said it”. Just when you thought it couldn’t get any worse for the 76ers, Tobias Harris is putting mustard on his cheesesteaks. Great.
In no situation ever, should there be mustard on a cheesesteak. Honestly, I would go as far as saying there’s really no reason to add anything to a cheesesteak if it’s made properly. Steak, cheese, fried onions. Forget the ketchup, forget the mayo, and 100% forget the mustard.
Man, as dumb as this article was, it sure felt great to write something that had nothing to do with Ben Simmons. Cheers.
Mandatory Credit: USA TODAY
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