Bored Sportscaster Gives Play-by-Play of His Dogs’ Dinner Time #Hilarious
BBC’s Andrew Cotter makes a sport out of his dogs’ dinner time
I was bored. pic.twitter.com/bVoC0hyNzC— Andrew Cotter (@MrAndrewCotter) March 27, 2020
With just about every sport in the world canceled BBC sportscaster Andrew Cotter has made a major event out of his dogs’ dinner time.
There’s Olive, a black lab.
And Mabel, a younger yellow lab.
Cotter usually covers golf and rugby for the BBC, but with all that canceled because of the coronavirus crisis, he found himself desperate.
“I was bored,” he wrote on his Twitter post.
Then he goes onto launch into play-by-play of the dogs eating their dinner.
Anyone who has a lab knows this would be one quick event.
Cotter hyped it with fantastic sports cliche’s.
“Olive, the 5x champion. Mabel, the rising star,” he sets up the two participants for the event.
“You can see the contrasting styles,” Cotter points out as the dogs start to eat. “Mabel, heavy tail use. Happy to be alive. Everything is amazing!”
“Olive more steady, wasting little energy,” he contrasts. “Very much of the old Labrador school wasting little energy. Eating’s a serious business. Don’t bollux around wagging your tail.
And like any great competition it ends with some great sportsmanship.
Cotter might’ve been bored.
But one two minutes on Twitter, he cured my boredom.
How about yours?
Are you bored?
What are you doing to pass the time?
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