Do Not Take Notes From This Vikings Player That Brought His Girlfriend To McDonald's For Valentine's Day
Don't do this Andrew. Don't you dare do this. Don't sit there eating bargain basement food with your smoking hot girlfriend and try to trick the world into believing that a women of that caliber can easily be satisfied -on the most romantic of occasions- with a Happy Meal. Don't equate the decision to have a sit down meal at a fast food joint with courage. This didn't take balls. It took a mutual understanding. You know why your girlfriend was receptive to this little stunt? Do you know why she's sporting a kissy face? Because your paycheck allows you to splurge every other day of the year. There are going to be people that see this and think it truly is the thought that counts, and those people don't realize that the thought is only relevant when the spoils occur more often than February 14th. You're a professional football player Andrew. Granted I had no idea who you were until now, but I am sure there are people -most likely young Vikings fans- that look up to you. You don't have to be role model, but at the very least you should avoid sabotaging their future relationships. Don't lead them to believe that the key to a woman's heart is through her now partially clogged arteries.
Just when you think being a pro athlete can't get any better you realize they can get away with McDonald's breakfast dates on Valentine's Day. All the common folk are probably whipping up breakfast in bed before suffering through obnoxiously crowded restaurants and ridiculously expensive prix fixe menus while Andrew is sitting on his six figure salary and scarfing down hashbrowns with his hunny. Ironically enough, the more money you have the less it means to your girlfriend when you overspend it on her. Just another case of the rich getting richer.
P.S. This gesture seems a lot less daring when you realize there is still two more meals to go before Valentine's Day is over.