I turn my back on you guys for one minute, and you're out here meme-ing up a storm, making fun of Tom Brady and the poor artist tasked with sketching his likeness in court.
You are something else, you know that?
To be fair, however, the art that emerged after Brady, his lawyers and Commissioner Roger Goodell appeared before a federal judge in New York on Wednesday was a bit, uh, raw.
Here are the sketches made of the scene cameras weren't allowed to record:
Ah, yes. Really captures the tension. It's amazing what you can do with a few crayons and a Denny's place mat.
Unfortunately, you people can't appreciate abstract art, and you all had to go and make jokes about it.
Even LSU football head coach Les Miles piled on:
OK, fine. I'm part of the problem:
I'm ashamed. That is both mean and historically inaccurate.
It just goes to show that every time someone makes something beautiful and smudgy and kind of like a Dragon Ball Z spinoff in this world, we all have to go and tear it down. Nothing innocent can last.
I'm sorry, Riley Curry. Just know your Jelly Roll pen strokes are beautiful.
Dan is on Twitter, serving his penance with a self-imposed weeklong meme ban.