Christian Yelich and the Milwaukee Brewers made sure Mark in the friend zone would not go home a loser on Monday night.
Where were you when Christian Yelich and the rest of the Milwaukee Brewers rallied together to win one for Mark in the friend zone?
Down two runs in the eighth inning, the Brewers saw their new friend Mark get put in the friend zone on the American Family Field Jumbotron for all of Milwaukee to see. His friendship did not mean the world to her and she wrecked it worse than he could have possibly done by having zero self-awareness and friend-zoning Mark on the Jumbotron. Anonymous b*****s can go to hell!
Here is the message that made everyone in all of Wisconsin a massive fan of our new friend Mark.
It was such a brutal moment for our friend Mark that Yelich and the boys rallied to beat those smelly Pittsburgh Pirates 7-5, despite being down two runs late at home.
Not since David Vassegh went down the slide has a man been as humiliated at a Brewers game.
Even the Brewers know what’s up.
Christian Yelich and the Milwaukee Brewers win one for Mark in the friend zone
Holy crap! was this whole ordeal awkward. While most of us have know idea who Mark is, what his surname is or what he even looks like, we are all his friend today. In due time, Vassegh’s broken wrist and ribs will heal, but these mental scars will always be a part of our friend Mark’s livelihood. Would you be shocked if he bought the tickets, suds and brats for his friend at the Brewers game?
The man is not a bank account, he is a human being, dammit! Let’s be real. Not since the late Bernie Mac’s quest to get to 3,000 hits have casual baseball fans rooted this hard for the Brewers. Of all the wins Craig Counsell has amassed leading this team to victory, this one is easily the most satisfying. Winning divisions and playoff games are cool, but winning for our friend Mark is better.
Truthfully, Mark didn’t need her. He’s better than her. We all know he is because he is the man she told you not to worry about. You don’t take people like that for granted because one day, they’ll be gone, and somebody else will have to pick up the bill. It doesn’t matter what he looks like or how good of a dude he is, Mark is a 10 in our hearts! The man, the myth, the legend, our friend Mark.
The sooner the Brewers let him throw out the first pitch, the better off the entire world will be.