Fat Terry Bradshaw Fat Shames Andy Reid!

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Tex Hollywood - February 14, 2023

Cancer survivor Terry Bradshaw is going viral for being a Fat Shamer, which to someone his age, who remembers the era before cancel culture, when you were allowed to fat shame people, if anything it was encouraged to make them question that extra portion of donuts.

Plus, he's survived cancer twice, so why waste time not taking a piss on friends the old fashioned way! Twitter is not having it though, they want Bradshaw fired, which isn't surprising because Twitter seems to like to turn comments that aren't mean, or racist, or offensive into something problematic even when totally out of context, forcing the people involved to apologize!

Bradshaw said "Big guy, let me get the big guy in here" which could be figurative and not literal, he just won the game. He went on to tell Reid to "Waddle over here" for a post game interview, which isn't that bad, considering Bradshaw is a jock from the era where jocks were allowed to be jocks.

Bradshaw also said "have a cheeseburger on us", which may be what Reid had planned for his post-game meal, who doesn't like cheeseburgers!

In the event you don't have eyes, Andy Reid is pretty as hell and everyone watching him is thinking the same "how's this guy a pro football coach" despite his wins!

There is no word as to whether Andy Reid is mad about the jokes, but the internet is and that's what counts! Maybe he's just happy he won and isn't all that offended!

Also, Terry Bradshaw's pretty fat himself, so maybe it's a fat on fat crime that people just don't understand?

The world is nuts! Let fat shaming be legal again!

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