Found March 09, 2012 on
Days of Y'Orr:
Before I get all up in this recap's ass like I just took it out to Sonic on a hot date, for those wondering where the title of the recap came from:
@JustinDOY stop being the school yard bully. Do you feel good about yourself after ripping buffalo. I'd rather have our class then ur trophy
— Michael Monaghan (@lifewithmikey52) March 8, 2012
If that's not the mating call for the losers, I don't know what is. You would rather have your "class" than a Stanley Cup? Guess class went out the window a few tweets later:
@JustinDOY @SaraMisiaszek haha my city is terrible. Your right. Arrogant prick.
— Michael Monaghan (@lifewithmikey52) March 8, 2012
So now all he's left with is nothing. If you would rather have "class" than a Stanley Cup Championship and a banner hanging in your home arena than you're a bigger fool then your background makes you look like. Also, can we stop using the term class? Class is so subjective that the term is u...
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