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smitty_89

What to do with this Saints Jersey?

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So I was at Fox and Hound last night watching the Taints get their ass handed to them. Apparently every Monday night they have jersey giveaways from the teams playing. So last night, my # came up and I competed with 7 other guys in a FG competition outside and WON!! If Gano gets run over by a bus tomorrow, don't worry guys, I can fill in. 

 

But they only had one jersey last night and that was Mark Ingram. It's a real nice Nike jersey (letters stitched on and stuff). So now I am a proud owner of a Saints jersey. So Huddle, I come to you and seek your advice as to what to do with this jersey. Run it over with my car, burn it in glorious fashion after we beat them Sunday night, feed it to a panther at my local zoo, sell it, etc...What do you think?

 

Ebay my friend.

 

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Use it to bet somebody on the huddle that Cam won't go on anymore game winning drives.

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All great ideas...I will wait until after Sunday night to see what I do. I like the idea of selling it and then either donating the money or buying some panthers gear with it.

 

Don't keep it in your house! Leave it outside somewhere!!

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Bring it to the game on the 22nd along with some duck tape.

 

Tape it down in the middle of the intersection of Mint and Stonewall.  Encourage panther fans to walk all over it.

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Take a poo in it and mail it fuging Alice.

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give it to a homeless man..

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Ingram might be a hall of fame if he gets out of the RB black hole of New Orleans. Might be a sweet throwback jersey in 10 years.

Not sure if serious....

 

Use it to bet somebody on the huddle that Cam won't go on anymore game winning drives.

Haha I also thought about the exact same thing.

Don't keep it in your house! Leave it outside somewhere!!

 

It never entered my house...still in my car.

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Trade it for a Keuchly or Newton Jersey...

 

I already own a black newton jersey and a white Smitty jersey...I think a blue Keuchly jersey is next.

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