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Vikings Fan Sticks It to Packers Fans in Wisconsin

As we learned last week, trolling Packer fans is easier than luring them into a bear trap with corn dogs and butter sticks. But who says only the professionals (Or, replacement professionals in Lance Easley's case) can have all the fun? Nope, all you need to do is being an unfortunate Vikings soul living in Wisconsin, like this Vikings Bro.

As you can see, this Trolling Expert bought a personalized license plate while living in Wisconsin, for some unknown reason, and still managed to make the best of it. He molested the Packers "G" sign and used it as a nice segue into his declaration of "GO VIKES." He also topped it off with a nice license plate cover that added just the perfect amount of purple to this otherwise eye melting color scheme.

Is it perfect? No, of course not. I mean, the guy (or girl!) still has to have their license in Wisconsin. They'll never forgive themselves for that, and frankly, I'm not sure if that's something I could do either. There are lines man, lines for a reason. You shouldn't cross them. Sometimes it's unavoidable, but that doesn't mean just because you had to go somewhere against your will that everyone back home will forgive you. Of course, pulling a move off like this will go a long way towards earning some good graces and proving your purple passion.

The downside of course is that when buying this Packers-scheme license plate, there is apparently $25 fee associate with it that goes towards the operation and maintenance costs of Lambeau Field. I guess that's not the worst thing. That money could be going into more concession stands, leading to more fat and ugly Cheese Faces eating more deep fried cheese, getting closer to a heart attack and the inevitable death and destruction of the entire state. In which case, this is like a double troll bonus, so nice work.

PJD

About PJD

I once saw Paul Edinger kick a 56-yard field goal for the Minnesota Vikings against the Green Bay Packers to win a game in the Metrodome. It was exhilarating.

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