Dantonio Memes To Troll Spartans

Submitted by Stay.Classy.An… on October 24th, 2016 at 9:12 AM


Over the last several days, I have been trolling my Spartan friends with Mork Dantini memes. I thought some of you would like to share these with your fellow Spartan friends or (dreaded) family members. I have kept them PG, so nobody has to worry about them being NSFW or upsetting the PC police. For those that watch South Park, this is not SkankHunt42 level trolling. It is however, just enough to make State fans realize their coach, team and fanbase has had this coming for a long time. Oddly enough, not one State fan has responsded to any of these, guess it's really easy to run and hide when you aren't a true fan.


*Moms, delete if you must*





October 24th, 2016 at 11:31 AM ^

Even as a solitary fan, without any special access or influence (read: donor), you still have an effect (not control, but no one truly has control anyway - it's an accumulation of the effects of multiple individuals and circumstances).  YOU can enhance the magnitude of your effect by doing the little things - make your presence known at the game, cheer the team coming off the buses, drown out the Sparty trolls, occupy a seat in the stadium that would otherwise be hostile, chant "McDOOOOOOOM" and other UM cheers in their own house.  Be an "ass with class" if you must, but represent us.

Bo Schemheckler

October 24th, 2016 at 9:25 AM ^

I worry about incongruencies such as someone with the name "stay.classy.ann.arbor" starting threads about trolling. This is just the type of thing to put holes in the continuum and screw up the knowledge's beautiful future he hath seen


October 24th, 2016 at 9:34 AM ^

why people get so caught up in my username when I post or comment anything that is a slight towards ANOTHER program's coach or team.....? It's not like I posted anything discriminatory, hateful, or misogynistic. 

Plus 1 Timmmaay, because your username has nothing to do with a character from a TV show who is in a motorized wheelchair and severely disabled.