Found February 20, 2012 on
I know that we’ve all seen this Pablo Sandoval AKA Giant Panda clip on ESPN before. But let me remind you guys of two things. First off, I could watch this clip at least 100 times in a row and still laugh and B?
This cake could very well have been the real reason he tripped here. Yeah yeah, he’s gonna slim down, etc etc. So what? Once Panda sees some frosting all bets are off and he’ll be big again by the end of the year.
Happy dessert buddy!
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