Boss Threatens To Send Employees Home If They Talk About Georgia’s Embarrassing Loss To Florida

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Like all of my fellow Bulldog alumni, I was absolutely devastated at the complete shitshow the Georgia-Florida game was this year. After punching a hole in my bedroom door, I hid under a blanket in the living room for 36 hours trying to cope with the fact that we were completely out-coached and out-fought. You would think Georgia fans would be used to it, because throughout the Richt era we completely blow one or two big games and keep ourselves out of a championship, but I digress.

Apparently, this boss was just as crushed and pissed off as I was about the game, and posted a sign in his company’s office that anyone who discussed UGA losing to the Gators and, specifically, Will Muschamp will be sent home.

After 4 straight years of beating Florida, and our annual high hopes for the Dawgs, I don’t blame him at all. Yeah, it blows for the employees who are not UGA fans, or football fans at all, because if all bosses were in shittier than usual moods every time their team lost, no one would have a job. You can call it an overreaction, but down in the Southeast, college football is a religion, and blasphemers are lucky they aren’t being burned at the stake. At least Todd Gurley will be back soon, so maybe this guy will cheer up and throw his office a pizza party rather than threaten their jobs over a disappointing game if they don’t cut the chatter.

[via SDS]

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