Peter Odemwingie Tweets Indecipherable Message About Iran, Bermuda Triangle

BR-UK StaffFeatured Columnist IVJune 23, 2014

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Peter Odemwingie plays for Nigeria. Nigeria played to a 0-0 draw with Iran in their World Cup opener. These things we know. 

What we don't know is what on Earth Odemwingie meant with the above tweet on Monday. Let's try to break it down.

1) Foreset Origo: This could be intended as "fons et origo," a Latin expression meaning "source and origin."

2) Crinkum-Crankum: Defined by Oxford Dictionaries as "Elaborate decoration or detail."

3) The Bermuda Triangle: The location of numerous mysterious disappearances of ships and planes. 

So we're left with... The draw against Iran was the source and origin of some elaborate detail to be directed at us, which was caught in the Bermuda Triangle. 

Odemwingie proceeded to 'clarify':

While Twitter user @Adje_O actually provided some helpful insight.

So, in conclusion, Peter Odemwingie's satire is probably too next-level for us. 

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