LSU Fraternity Under Fire For Hilarious Anti-Kaepernick Banner Mocking His Manhood!

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Colin Kaepernick has been under fire from just about the entire world. He’s in memes, laughed at in articles, and people are hopefully getting bored with his little controversy where he takes a knee during the National Anthem.

I’m kinda bored with him at this point. We’ve made our jokes. We’ve made our memes. Can we put this bench warming 49ers QB on the shelf for a while?

Nope.

Not until you see this hilarious sign that the DKE fraternity at LSU hung up on a house.

Here it is.

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Hilarious, right? Accurate, maybe? I don’t know what bathroom Colin Kaepernick would use in Target. Maybe he’s a transgender. We don’t really know for sure.

So that’s it. The end of the story. The DKE frat hangs a funny sign and everyone laughs, goes to class, parties, plays sports, joins clubs, and college life at LSU is fun.

Think again.

There’s these people called “losers” and “snowflakes” who literally cry about everything that is hilarious. If it’s funny, then these people complain about it. If it makes fun of a celebrity like Colin Kaepernick, then these crybaby losers shed enough tears to fill an ocean of sorrow. The people who complained about this at LSU should be kicked out of college and forced to work on a farm picking grapes or some other hard labor, without a break, no hydration except for their liberal loser tears.

I seriously can’t stand people who complain about a sign like this. WHO CARES! If it’s not funny, then move on. Laugh at something else, like that thing looking back at you in the mirror.

I wasn’t in a fraternity in college, but maybe DKE would like an honorary 30 year old. I have a few good signs and can still throw down a few drinks with the best of them.

Also average at beer pong and superb at inappropriate jokes.

Let’s do this.

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