College Baseball Team to Wear Jersey Made of Selfies, Proves World is a Sad Place
America is on a slippery slope of losing respect from the rest of the world because of questionable moves from today’s youth. In yet another questionable move from the youth today, the Kalamazoo Growlers, a college baseball team from Michigan, is preparing to wear a jerseys made from 100 percent selfie. Yes, a jersey made completely out of people taking pictures of themselves.
You may be asking, ‘why is this happening to us?’ but I really don’t have an answer for you. I am trying to figure out whether to be ashamed to be from the same state as this baseball team or to be embarrassed for them or to just shrug it off as another poor attempt to adapt to society today.
If you have never seen what a jersey made entirely out of selfies looks like, you are in luck. However, if you want to see what it looks like, just scroll down and check out the picture below.
WARNING: this may or may not make you embarrassed to be part of today’s society.
— NBC Sports Network (@NBCSN) March 12, 2014
You were warned, and I’m sorry I had to put you through that. This is one of the most embarrassing things I have ever seen in my life and I don’t even have any affiliation with this team. Somewhere, there is another country laughing at us for our complete and utter lack of true culture.
The jerseys will be worn on the Salute to Selfies night in July. The pictures are of Growlers fans who submitted their own gems to the team’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram page.
You stay classy, America.
Connor Muldowney is a columnist for RantSports.com. Follow him on Twitter @Connormuldowney, “Like” him on Facebook or add him to your network on Google. You can also reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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