Old Tweets From Josh Allen Have Been Dug Up And They Are **Actually** Bad
In the words of the great, national baseball beat writer Jared Carabis: you just HATE to see that:
Nobody show Liz this!!!!!
You can show her this!
Perfect start for Josh’s journey to rebuild the Cleveland Browns franchise:
A sign of a truly great author is one who can sprinkle in a little bit of foreshadowing:
These one’s aren’t going to go over well:
This one is my personal favorite considering the chance he could be in a competition with AJ McCarron in Buffalo after tonight:
His ask.fm page was discovered as well. I remember going to countless “do’s and don’ts of social media” assemblies as a middle and high schooler. They always told us that formspring and ask.fm were the two to stay away from. In Josh Allen’s case, they weren’t playing:
Irony in it’s purest form:
Business idea: a service that deletes all old questionable tweets for NBA/NFL draft prospects and current athletes. Pitch this to all agents. By deleting all questionable tweets from the past, you will still leave the okay ones, which will give the perception to the public that your client has been a good person since he/she has been on social media. This happens way too much. Agents take millions of dollars away from their clients, but they aren’t smart enough to delete their old tweets? I mean come on. This service will solve this problem that has hurt countless athletes public images. I am giving this business idea out for free. Somebody smart with computers and stuff can run with it, just give me credit one day.
There is a lesson in here from Josh Allen’s awful tweets from the past: DELETE YOUR OLD TWEETS. Is Josh Allen a bad human being? I haven’t met him, so I couldn’t tell ya, but we all put some dumb stuff on social media as youngin’s. You have to expect it, nobody is 100% with their old tweets, especially Josh Allen: