“Wow Jeff did you really complain about the 4 girls being in the ring after Sasha & Bailey?... That moment surpassed kayfabe and you are a f***ing douche for bitching about them having a moment together….”
The above was a comment left on YouTube today in response to my opinion on Sasha Banks embracing Bayley with Becky Lynch and Charlotte after the NXT women’s title match on Saturday. (If you want to hear my full thoughts, check out the free video of Vince Russo and myself discussing SummerSlam)
I’ve been trying to figure out for some time now why these people get so butthurt and irritated over someone’s opinion on wrestling that they start throwing out personal attacks and actually use name calling! Let’s recap: because I didn’t agree with the post-match events in the ring, I’m a f’n douche. These person is SO UPSET because I didn’t like something on a television show, that he is CALLING ME A DOUCHE. As pathetic as this seems, I think I have figured out the reason for all the hostility from these insult-slinging keyboard warriors.
I blame the parents. Listen - when you have a child, you HAVE TO MAKE SURE that their diaper is clean, that they are fed, and that they have their binky or baba. Babies get irritated with a diaper full of poopy. Full-diaper irritation leads to screaming, crying, and whining. It’s obvious to me that some of these YouTube posters (like the one I mentioned above) need a wipe and powdering.
The parents are also at fault for allowing their children to surf the web like adults. Kids should be watching Disney or marking out for One Direction, not interacting with adults on pro wrestling sites and YouTube. It’s time to make sure the child settings are setup on your browsers, parents!
I also have to consider that it isn’t the posters’ fault as to what makes them happy in their pants. If a gymnastics floor routine inside of ropes is what gives them their jollies, then so be it. Who am I to think that there should be characters, well-written stories, and a realistic looking fight involved? Also, they probably type these YouTube comments with one hand because the other one is busy while thoughts of Sami Zayn and “we’re not worthy” chants dance in their heads.
I could blame the poster and be angry at them for their comments. But, that would be wrong of me. It is clearly the fault of the parents and the lustful makeup of their brain. So please, parents, let’s keep these diapers changed and give your kids the talk on the birds and the bees. And hang tough, frustrated YouTube commentators. There are clean shorts and real life boobs in your future. If your parents allow it.
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