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Found November 21, 2012 on Larry Brown Sports:

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One young fan at the Atlanta Hawks-Washington Wizards game on Wednesday seemed to be having a better time than everyone else.

As an Atlanta Hawks dancer/cheerleader was passing out candy courtside, a young boy, who reporter Zach Klein of WSB identified as the younger brother of Hawks center Al Horford, went to grab his treat. The bag of peanut M&Ms seemed to be meaningless to the boy, who suddenly realized that a gorgeous Hawks girl was right in front of him. The ogling youngster’s eyes grew wide and nearly popped out of his head. He even tilted his head forward to make sure he got a second look at the lovely lady as she passed by.

I guess the subtle methods for catching peeks of women aren’t learned until later in life. Either way, thanks to that young boy, we have one of the most amusing videos of the year and a priceless eye candy caption.

6 Comments:
  • I thought thats what they were for...
  • Well, we know he's NORMAL! Tie GAME!
  • I guess he's not gay.
  • in such a disgusting time with all the gays and lesbians out there to see a normal straight kid appreciate the beauty god brought to this world..
  • The cheerleader is just promoting that type of piggish behavior.
  • nice
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