Can you be a sadder city Atlanta?

Atlanta (CNN)How do you honor a man who already has five Super Bowl rings, four MVP awards, and the privilege of calling Gisele Bündchen his wife? Easy — you name a cockroach after him.

Before Super Bowl LI, Zoo Atlanta and the Roger Williams Park Zoo in Providence, Rhode Island, made a bet that if their team lost they would name a baby animal after the winning team’s quarterback.
Well the New England Patriots beat the Atlanta Falcons — so in honoring the bet Zoo Atlanta welcomed Tom Brady, a Madagascar hissing cockroach, to its family.

I couldn’t figure out how to embed the video so if you want to see it go look it up it won’t be hard. ZooATL is the Instagram account. How sad of a city can you be? Like ohhhhh shit you burned us! A baby cockroach, NO WAY! Atlanta definitely thinks they pulled a fast one on New England here really got us. I don’t know why they would do this don’t you want your city to come out of this with just one little ounce of self-respect? The country already knows that no one there are real fans, then your “team” blows a 25 point lead to the best Quarter Back, Coach, Owner, Franchise combo that ever existed. Just stick to R&B and Rap artists and leave sports alone.

Another thing how dare you compare anything that ugly to Tom Fucking Brady the most gorgeous specimen of a man to ever walk the face of this earth. If anything he’s like a majestic wild horse or a siberian tiger that you see pictures of in the snow and you just go wow. On second thought Tom can’t be compared to any animal the only thing you compare him too is a god, hes a Irish, Polish, Swedish, Norwegian god.


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