Found June 19, 2012 on Sportress of Blogitude:
Easily one of the most popular sound bytes in recent memory from the world of Major League Baseball, Washington Nationals budding superstar Bryce Harper’s perturbed retort to a reporter’s inquiry about whether he would be sampling any of Canada’s fine beers after a productive game has reached legendary status. There are t-shirts featuring the quote, [...]
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