Witticisms: B/R Wrestling Fans: You May Need to Get a Life!
First of all, If you took offense to the name of this article even before reading it, you need to get a life.
You get a pass on Mondays, but let's face it, if you've seen more than three straight FRIDAY night Smackdowns, in a row, as they aired, you need to get a life.
If you've ever day-dreamed that you meet you met your favorite wrestler in a non-wrestling situation, like at the park or supermarket, and have made up conversations with said wrestler, you need to get a life.
If you did a mock draft and compared it to the actual one, which in itself is a mockery, you need to get a life.
If you think that HHH would be just as successful if he hadn't married Stephanie, you need to get a life. I love the guy, but he'd probably be a member of MEM otherwise.
If at any time during the weekend, you have this thought: "Well, at least Monday is coming up and I can watch Raw," you need to get a life.
If you've written and published more than one article on any given day, then you need to get a life.
If you have the know-how to watch PPVs for free online, and you pay for them anyway, you need to get a life.
If you think that more than half of the FEMALES in the B/R Wrestling Community AREN'T guys pretending to be girls, then maybe you don't need to get a life, but you may want to think about getting a girlfriend.
If you're writing comments that are longer than the articles on which you are writing them, you need to get a life.
If you've spent more than five minutes choosing your profile picture, you need to get a life.
If you're name is not Shane Howard or Jason Le Blanc, and you did some type of fist pump when they were names Co-CL's, then you need to get a life.
If you've spent away from B/R time being angry at Joe Burgett, you may be justified, but you still need to get a life.
If you're the No. 1 wrestling writer on B/R, then, as much as it hurts to say this because I love the guy, but by definition, you need to get a life.
If you've refreshed your profile page more than 15 times in any 10-minute period, you need to get a life.
If you've emailed WWE or TNA with a complaint about who is or is not getting a push, come on, you need to get a life.
If you watch ROH, then you know, you might need to get a life.
If you think you should have had the idea for B/R before Zander and Co., you don't need a life, you just need to get in line.
If ECW isn't the only thing you watch on Sci-Fi, you need to get a life.
If you Youtube wrestling clips, you may need to get a life.
If you spend time writing an article like this, then, uhm, nothing.
If you have Googled your entire title, part of the title, or sentences or words of an article you've written just for the satisfaction of seeing it come up in the search, you definitely need to get a life.
Until next time.
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