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Uh oh... you didn't actually get him a live chicken, did you?

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The Kraken with my son earlier today. He couldn't have been any nicer.

 

Awesome, glad it worked out.

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He's legally changed his last name to Kraken.

I'm kidding...but at the same time, I'd totally expect it.

it was either last week or the week before, he had "kraken" taped over his name on the back of his jersey.

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He's going to run across the field during the nat'l anthem and decapitate Breeds. Sent from my DROID RAZR using CarolinaHuddle mobile app

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Rather he tweet after the game saying

 

"5 sacks and a fumble recovery, not a bad day"

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I gotta say, GH is my favorite Panther right now. I like the swagger and showmanship (plus talent) he brings to the team.

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Hes gonna chug the black spiced rum that was named after him.

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it was either last week or the week before, he had "kraken" taped over his name on the back of his jersey.

 

That's where my idea came from, remembering that.  If he actually changed his name to Kraken, holy poo 

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