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Terrelle Pryor Agrees With Pacman Jones Calling Him “Garbage,” Is The New Andrew Luck

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There are 3 acceptable ways to deal with someone trash talking you.

1. Dispute their claims

Trash talker: “Yo momma fat.”

You: “Actually, she just lost 15 pounds drinking Slimfast shakes. Not because the Slimfast diet actually works, but because they were expired. Ever heard of dysentery, you idiot?”

2. Return the disfavor

Trash talker: “Yo momma fat.”

You: “Oh yeah? Well your mother died in a tragic car accident when you were 5, pussy!”*

*This only works if his mother actually perished in an automobile wreck

3. Wild card it

Trash talker: “Yo momma fat.”

You: “Oh yeah? Well I sucked your dad’s dick so hard last night that I prolapsed his bladder.”

There is technically a fourth method through which trash talk can be dealt with, but it’s less generally accepted due to its boringness and lack of hustle: agreement. To exemplify that, here’s a real life scenario.

After Sunday’s game against the Cleveland Browns, Bengals CB Adam “Pacman” Jones proceeded to call Browns WR and savior Terrelle Pryor “garbage.” He even went so far as to check a nearby garbage can to see if Pryor was inside.

This riled me up. Since the NFL doesn’t allow on-the-field shenanigans of any kind, off-the-field ones are all we’ve got. When I saw this video, I couldn’t wait for Pryor’s response. After all, this is Pacman Jones we’re talking about. As in the Pacman Jones who tried to be a rapper and also tried to be a wrestler and also allegedly grabbed a stripper by her hair and slammed her head into the stage after he made it rain once. Terrelle had all the material in the world to work with, and this is what he came up with.

“I was garbage. He’s right.”

I wish Pryor wasn’t the bigger man. I really do. But it seems he went the Andrew “Great tackle, man! You really hit me hard. Keep up the good work!” Luck route (aside from the fact that I’m convinced Pryor would throw less INTs than Luck if promoted to starting QB).

Great sportsmanship? Yes. Great entertainment? No.

[via YouTube]

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Jared Borislow

Jared Borislow (né The DeVry Guy) is a Senior Writer for Grandex Inc and a 2015 graduate of the University of Wisconsin.

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