Originally posted on The Last Angry Fan  |  Last updated 1/4/13
Colts owner Jim Irsay tweeted out this picture of himself early Thursday morning with a caption reading “It’s time to let The Monster out of it’s cage to feed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ” It’s safe to assume that the monster Irsay is referring to is his beloved Indianapolis football team, although with his brotastic shirt, designer jeans, and Colts hat atop his head at a jaunty angle, maybe the monster is actually hidden somewhere beneath his brolicious clothing, and the thought of the 53-year-old Irsay actually unleashing a body part he’s nicknamed the ‘Monster’ frightens the hell out of me. It’s time to let The Monster get out of it’s cage to feed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! twitter.com/JimIrsay/statu… — Jim Irsay (@JimIrsay) January 3, 2013 I love Irsay and the cryptic lyrical tweets he sends out from time to time, but a man of his age shouldn’t be dressing like a reject from Jersey Shore. Then again, the guy’s got money coming out the yin-yang, so I guess he’s entitled to wear whatever he wants, no matter how brodiculous it looks. The post Colts owner Jim Irsay shows how ready for the playoffs he is by dressing as a bro appeared first on Last Angry Fan.
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