I was decorating a gingerbread house when it happened.
Here I was, holding a knife and pasting sugary icing on a candy-topped residence with the ol' lady while simultaneously watching the Arizona Cardinals and the Seattle Seahawks do battle on Sunday Night Football. I had one eye on the television and another eye on the candy canes I was breaking apart to make a door for the ants that will eventually live inside the house. Then I saw Russell Wilson do a simple handoff to Marshawn Lynch, Justin Tinsley's spirit animal, and then it happened ...
Now, it should be noted that when I watched this run, I was sitting with two women in a living room. They were babbling about something regarding Solange breaking out in hives and her sister Beyonce saving the day during her wedding or whatever, but here I was screaming like a lunatic yelling "BEAST MODE" and "UGGGGGGGH" and "GET OFF OF HIM" while Marshawn was rumbling and a bumbling toward the end zone. However, it's what I yelled when he crossed the end zone with his now signature celebration move that all hell broke loose.
"HOLD MY DIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIICK!!!"
There is a certain subset of individuals who instantly know what that vile reference means, but for others you might be clueless. Watch the video above again and look at what Marshawn does when he crosses that end zone line. He grabs his crotch. I begin yelling obscenities.
The reference of yelling HOLD MY D comes from one of the greatest YouTube user-generated videos of all time. Demetry James provided voice-over commentary for Marshawn Lynch's earthquake-inducing run four years ago when the Seahawks faced the New Orleans Saints in the opening round of the 2009 playoffs. James, whose oratorical skills began while doing voice-overs during his battles with his friend "Gumby" on XBox while playing Madden, decided that his ability to be John Facenda 2.0 for one of the greatest runs in the history of football deserved his talents.
Viewer discretion is advised.
Marshawn Lynch will go down as one of my favorite football players ever, as the man's ability to always keep it "100" both on and off the field will forever make him a legend in my eyes. However, what's more astounding is how much the people love Beast Mode. The fact that someone could do such a juvenile act like grabbing his phallic region in front of millions (and millions) of people, and for so many to celebrate said action, is truly the reason why America is the greatest place on Earth.
The true origin of crotch grabbing was the result of a parasite infestation . Guy's that slept with the most untidy women found themselves grabbing and scratching in the days following their endeavors .The Pimp's that ruled the hood were prime candidates for these friendly feasting bedfellows , Pimps were also eyed by wannabes that followed the pimps every move even if it was disgusting . I remember in the early 1980's Mr. T a man of good character was speaking to the youth at a housing project in Chicago and scolded one's that were grabbing their crotch during this speech . Seems like after that it became an unpopular thing to do in public . moral decline and poor hygiene it seems to be back..
That isn't what that means we use to do this all the time when I was a kid in the 70s It's a polite way of saying get on these n$ts. Beast mode is the king
O my gosh just leave the guy to do what he does best: Play Football that is what he loves and gets paid for.
I too yelled "HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOLE MUH DIIIIIICK!!!" In solidarity with you all...
Even as a 49ers fan, I fux wit Marshawn.
This is why you're my guy.
I love the simple fact that he plays the game and does not have to run his mouth. You have to love a team that has one of the biggest trash talkers and one of the quietest guys and both are the best at what they do. Amazing. You have to love this guy no matter what team you root for.
I still can't get beyond that this featured some of the worst attempts at defense I've ever seen in my life in any sport.
Long live Marshawn Lynch. I want him to get inducted into the Hall of Fame and have the world's shortest speech.
I wish Richard Sherman would do his post-game interviews for him.
This got me thinking: Would Marshawn give a real speech? Would he give an anecdote about where he came from, or maybe about his time in the league?
He's probably go to the make, say "thanks for asking" and then just walk off. Standing ovation.
Preach Bro. Tinsley, preach.
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