Tonight’s game marks one of the biggest in T-Wolves’ history. Crazy to think about, right? Fans don’t always get to witness greatness, so enjoy it like you’re Ant ordering fast food during a press conference.In order for the Wolves to tie the series at 3-3, everyone knows what must happen. One selfless fan needs to protest two great causes on the court during game 6 tonight. The Timberwolves franchise and literally anything else. It could be the Michael Scott’s Dunder Mifflin Scranton Meredith Palmer Memorial Celebrity Rabies Awareness Pro-Am Fun Run Race For the Cure for all we care. Gives me chills thinking about this game’s entertainment potential.
Apparently, I’m not the only one with nervous energy for tonight. The Timberwolves’ Facebook ticket exchange page is on EDGE. We have people using jokes, raw emotion, and even rage to express their feelings in these times of high stress. Amazingly, one thread shows them all.
Getting people mad online 101:Joking or dead serious, this fan’s post is hilarious.
I don’t know whether to drop my jaw in surprise for this man’s audacity or in awe of his boldness. Not only did he ask for hundreds of dollars in free tickets, he asked a fan base who’s currently dying from dehydration due to their unquenched thirst for the playoffs. Maybe basketball isn’t his thing? Maybe he’s an elite-level troller? Regardless, we can all agree on one thing….
Coping with Jokes:Before we jump to any conclusions. I think this guy might be a genius. Nobody has the cash to bring themselves or any of their
Coping with Sarcasm:
Not the best view in the Target Center by any means. However, we are talking for free here. So, I’d say those seats seem pretty fair. If our friend doesn’t like that deal, at least he’s got another to fall back on.
How Minnesota Nice can you get? Offering to buy someone else tickets with their money. Wow, what a guy. I don’t think the seats get any cheaper, but avoiding the annoyance of technology…priceless. Unfortunately, not every fan on the ticket exchange acted quite as nicely as the first few.
I could actually see the sarcasm dripping off this post when I first read it. Wish he would’ve added something like this too. “Hey man, totally, here’s your free tickets, suite, and all-you-can-eat meal vouchers. I left the keys to my car and told my boss that you could start at my job on Monday too. Let me know when your family wants to move in as well. I’ll make sure to have the moving company over ASAP.” It would’ve been an all-time comment for an all-time post.
Coping with Love:Fortunately, Mr. OP brought the troops in to back him up. I know you can’t see, but it was super interesting the original poster and this commenter had different last names and looked nothing alike in their profile pictures. You could say a little suspect for sure. Almost like they weren’t related in any sense of the matter. You know what they say…if you can’t beat ‘em, join ’em.
We’ll never know the situation behind the poster’s request. They could’ve been clueless, a troll, a genius, or simply unaware of the magnitude of this Timberwolves’ game 6. Luckily, it doesn’t really matter because older people arguing on Facebook will never not be funny. I don’t know how it will end for our friend, but maybe if he changes his request to something more along these lines…
He might just find himself witnessing history for free.
I’m just the ugly stepson of the 10K family. Part Minnesotan, Part Wisconsinite. Half best friend, half mortal enemy. Can’t live with me, can’t live without me.