Make Jerseys Fun Again: Los Angeles Rams fan wears a January 6th jersey to NFL Opening Night
Last night, NFL Opening Night kicked off with the Buffalo Bills absolutely destroying the Los Angeles Rams on Thursday Night Football.
After the game, we got our first street fight between opposing fanbases and even a surprise narrator in LeSean McCoy. The NFL season is officially back. What we didn’t expect, is the custom jersey crew to make huge splash on the first night, but god damn, we are thrilled that it happened.
Rams January 6th Jersey
Look, before everyone starts with the typical “MAGA Line” bullshit because I’m writing about January 6th, just don’t even start. I have zero clue why anyone would be mad at this jersey in the first place. It’s absolutely hilarious.
My guess, is that this guy lost a bet. Either that, or he actually just has a great sense of humor and realizes how funny this jersey is and has zero problem watching the world burn.
I’m all for making fucked up, yet funny jerseys. Let’s not forget about the person wearing a New York Jets September 11th jersey.
Choose Your Fighter:
Side Note: Two of my best friends have birthdays on September 11th and January 6th. That’s just bad luck. Welcome to the rest of your life where social media will give you constant reminders of something horrible mixed with “Happy Birthday” messages from high school classmates you haven’t seen since graduation. Sorry fellas.
Let me provide you a different perspective that you rarely find in 2022.
Maybe these fans are actually the key to finding some middle ground in the world. Just look at the replies under the initial tweet above. People are literally having a hissy fit over the jersey. I even see some comments about race and other things that have zero relation the jersey or picture.
Not everything needs to be torn apart and over-analyzed. Sometimes, things are just funny.
Everyone needs to relax. Let’s just hope this is just the beginning of the conversation where everyone can come together and Make America Funny Again.
We can sit here and joke about Long-Cox-Hurts but can’t have a good laugh at a January 6th?
Something needs to change. Yesterday, we had a classic day on Twitter with literally everyone making jokes about Queen Elizabeth II dying. I thought it was a step in the right direction in opening up the doors of when social media was actually funny.
The fake outrage around the January 6th Jersey is a step backwards, but I’m confident that if we keep pushing through the roadblocks, we’ll all return to the glory days of content.