Wednesday, August 18, 2010

A One-Sentence Post on...Creeping Canadianism

If you were looking for a sign that José Bautista is beginning to take on some of the characteristics of his temporary homeland, you can look past the hoser mustache and observe the manner in which he stopped to politely and fastidiously pick up the various and sundry shards of woods after a late-inning, post-strikeout freakout, leading us to imagine GordieBau excusing himself profusely to the home plate umpire: "Sorry 'bout that, eh."

7 comments:

eyebleaf said...

GordieBau. Love it.

GWH said...

OK ump, how about some back bacon sandwiches while we wait for the home run replay, eh?

Ian H. said...

Living and playing in this country is clearly having an effect on our dear Jose. What a polite young man.

Bell Subscriber said...

Er, I'm sorry. I didn't notice any of that last night. Who's the guy with the stash?

Anonymous said...

The big question is: Does the carpet match the cookie duster?

Matt_CC said...

That kind of killed this comment section didn't it?

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