Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been on Twitter all day as part of a Nike initiative on the #DareToZlatan hashtag, basically playing up to the stereotype of supreme confidence and third-person musings.
It's been fun, but after a day of it, some users on the social network sound as if they're beginning to get tired of the shtick:
Zlatan - it's all jumping the shark a bit. He's gone from cult hero, growing acceptance of quality, to saturation and now 'too much'.— Miguel Delaney (@MiguelDelaney) March 10, 2014
I've isolated the precise moment when Zlatan Ibrahimovic jumped the shark: https://t.co/9eFKGshPfd— Tom Adams (@tomEurosport) March 9, 2014
I'm fairly sure Chuck Norris jokes were #DaringToZlatan all over the internet in c.2004.— Football Clichés (@FootballCliches) March 10, 2014
Mind you, not everyone has grown weary of Zlatan. Here's former CNN host Piers Morgan getting right behind the fun:
Who is right? Should we all be daring to Zlatan, or is it time to take the rest of the afternoon off?
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