You may reading this post hoping there is something of value to read (i.e. a deal has been announced). Or an Old Spice rendition of some sort. Well, I’m sorry to disappoint you but there is no such news and no such rendition.
However, something groundbreaking has happened today, so groundbreaking in fact that it deserves its own post. Here at BFB, we dedicate ourselves to reporting the most important and relevant news on the net to you, the reader. And without further ado, prepare to be fabregasted—uh, I mean flabbergasted.
DAVID VILLA SCORES IN VENEZUELA. FROM A FREE-KICK.
At 4:40pm EST Tuesday, Barcelona forward David Villa scored a long range effort. From a freekick. In Venezuela. It is undetermined whether Spanish medics slipped something into Mr. Villa’s Gatorade, but sources close to BFB had this to say:
“Yes, it’s true [that Villa scored from a freekick]. It surprised not only us, but the players too. The opposition keeper obviously wasn’t suspecting it — he was sure it would rebound of the post. The man in the Osaka shirt in Row Q evidently thought it was for him, and we did too.”
Asked what they might feel the cause of this strange incident was, the sources remained tight lipped. However, they did hint that the continued absence of teammate Dani Alves might have been a major factor.
The man in the Osaka shirt refused to comment.
THIS JUST IN: we have video evidence.
And apparently Pedro!! also scored. Incredible. That’s VP of MVP. Now all we need is Messi and…oh. Right. It was Spain playing. Nevermind, just move along folks.
And so, because there is nothing to move along to, I leave you with a goodbye and possibly the greatest video you will ever see.