Corinne Solidifies Herself As America’s New ‘Face Of Fear’ In The Dating Game

Anyone with a pulse knows there’s a new villain taking the country by storm. No, I’m not talking about President Trump. Bachelor contestant Corinne has become the new face of fear in the dating game.

This notion was solidified Sunday when a Villanova student brought a blown up picture of Corinne’s face with him for a matchup against Virginia.

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Nova is currently the No. 4 ranked team in the country and their student body is quickly moving up the ranks with the nation’s top distractions in the crowd after this move.

In Corinne’s defense, they don’t make fatheads for nobodies. Money is tight in college. Having this made up undoubtedly cost this broke college student a few packages of ramen noodles. The sacrifices we make for those that we love to hate.

For the record, Nova would win the game in buzzer-beater fashion, 61-59. Is there really any doubt Corinne played a major factor? She’s ripping Nick and Virginia’s heart out.

If I’m at the free throw line and suddenly see Corinne’s giant face swaying back and forth behind the backboard, I’m ending up on SportCenter’s Not Top-10 list with an air ball. How am I supposed to shoot from the charity stripe when all I can think about is Corinne straddling Nick in the bouncy castle last week? I mean, come on!

You’ve officially made it big, Corinne. Keep an eye out for the blonde bomber to continue popping up at a sporting event near you.

If a student section really wants to impress me, they’ll blow up a picture of Corinne’s nanny. Those creative minds will restore my faith in our countries future.

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