As we all know, Minnesota Vikings defensive end Brian Robison “regretfully” kicked Green Bay Packers player, TJ Lang, straight into the gibblies during Sunday’s game. While uncouth and unfortunate (I guess … So says the media …), Robison has since appeared quite contrite over the incident, apologized to Lang on Twitter, had our favorite punter Chris “Warcraft” Kluwe make a joke about his strong leg on Twitter, and seemingly wrapped up the entire incident by getting his strong leg fined by the NFL to the sweet tune of $20,000.
All in all, it’s been a busy for our long-haired Moses looking friend, and we kind of feel bad for him. More so, we feel AWESOME for him, because really, how hilarious is it that he kicked a guy in the nuts? A Packer player no less? It’s very hilarious, is your answer, and as readers here will attest, was a time in history they will likely never forget, nor do they want to.
Therefore, Purple Jesus Diaries proposes action among our readers: We suggest creating a shirt (which we’ll post in the PJD market place in a couple of days with a follow-up post) to commemorate this amazing historic feat, with a posterized version of the image above and a popularly voted upon tagline (see after the jump) that people can buy, BUT, buy for a purpose. We’ll donate all proceeds from shirt sales to a local Minnesota prostate cancer research organization that we can find (or that Robison suggests?) in the name of Brian Robison and PJD readers.
Sound like a deal? Let’s figure out how to make this t-shirt awesome:
Early shirt slogan entries include:
- BALLS DEEP
- Kicking away prostate cancer
- Purple Prostate Kickers
- Sack Hunter
- GOTCHA CROTCH
And much more, I’m sure. We are open to further suggestions, so put them in the comments.
I would also suggest we pool together enough resources and mail Robison a shirt as well, so he can wear one under his jersey at all times.
Naturally, there will be female and male versions of the t-shirt, and it sounds like there will be a need for many different sizes. I sometimes forget that I live in Minnesota and there are a bunch of fat people around here, so we’ll need to make sure the sizes range from Small to “Take a F*cking Walk, Fatty.” Also, I believe in an effort like this there will need to be full customization in color, so be on the look-out for that as well.
Traditionally, I have also added “PJD” to shirt sleeves, but I feel that in an effort such as this it may be … poor taste … from this blog …. go figure.
So there we go. Got any other suggestions? Know of a good prostate group in the area to donate to? Let’s hear it, and thanks for the support!