Johnny Manziel In Cabo For Spring Break, Reveals Texas Longhorn Tattoo…Or Does He?

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#%&**@#$@*ing Mack Brown!!!

Johnny Manziel is in Cabo for spring break for some much needed R&R, where he’ll stroll the beach, catch some bodacious rays, POSSIBLY talk to a few girls or 50 while sucking down adult beverages. Through the magic of photography and social media, we’re learning a little more about him on this trip, too.

The shirtless Manziel shows us a little more about the man behind the Heisman trophy.

For starters, dude is tatted up. He’s got a Prover…….and what is that under his left nip?!

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A Longhorn tattoo? Say it ain’t so, Football. No way that’s real, right?

From Busted Coverage:

According to Manziel’s bio:

Manziel…grew up a Texas Longhorns fan (he often sported UT gear around Tyler), but Texas didn’t heavily recruit him. In fact Florida coach Will Muschamp told his players during halftime of this year’s A&M game that UT, where Muschamp had previously served as defensive coordinator, only wanted Manziel as a defensive back.

In June prior to his senior year at Tivy, Manziel verbally pledged to Oregon, primarily because he didn’t have any offers from prominent schools in the state. Then Tom Rossley, who recruited the San Antonio area for then-A&M coach Mike Sherman, caught Manziel Fever after watching him light up opponents early in his senior season.

So it seems we’re not being trolled here.

It’s OK, UT fan, you have David Ash coming back and he can only get better than the 13-of-29 and 2 INT performance against Oklahoma.

You are being trolled here, actually. Don’t worry, though. I bought it at first, too. And as a Longhorn fan, I’m happy to say we’re being trolled. It’s already bad enough that the guy grew up a Texas fan. This would be more salt into the wound already filled with a dump truck load of salt.

A big thank you to TFM Tech Guy, who made me zoom in tight on the tattoo to show me it was photoshopped, and saved me a little internet embarrassment. It is clearly fake, though:

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Check out the outline. Myth busted.

[via Busted Coverage]




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    I love it when “Christians” get tattoos of Bible verses on their bodies, because it’s just one way of showing the typical hypocrisy and cherry-picking of Biblical morals common among the pretentious, self-righteous people who proudly call themselves Christian.

    Leviticus 19:28 (KJV) “Ye shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead, nor print any marks upon you: I am the LORD.”

    Tattoo’d Christians like to defend themselves by saying “It was in the Old Testament, we don’t need to follow it anymore. We have the New Testament now.” If the Old Testament is irrelevant why put it with the Christian Bible? If it’s not totally irrelevant, how do you know which parts of the Old Testament you don’t have to follow? What about the one that says homosexuality is an abomination? That’s in the Old Testament and Christians love that one. It’s always interesting to see how “Christians” twist and cherry-pick the Bible to fit their own individual moral values.

    If you hated or didn’t care for my rant, I really don’t care. Seeing that tattoo reminded me of another pretentious Christian who wants to show off how godly he is (“I didn’t make that touchdown, God did!”). I wanted to put my thoughts out there if not just for my own satisfaction. I don’t care about yours.

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      ^^^^I agree completely. The ESPN/Nike image(as I like to call it) for young suburban white kids is to dress them up head to toe in Jordan shit. It’s advertised that way and it really is disgraceful. Now, I’m a suburban Chicago kid and companies like Nike and Adidas are the ones paying gobs of money to be on billboards that can be seen by millions, and billboards that vineyard vines can’t pay for. It’s one of the perks of being a conglomerate of their magnitude. With those companies virtually telling young teens what’s fashionable or “cool”, the suburban white kids take that lead and dress accordingly. Moral of the story, in my opinion, is Nike created their own “athlete” image, and now days unless you dress like a black person, you just don’t fit the mold. It’s a shame.

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