Remember The Florida Running Back That Soiled Himself? He Said It's The Best Thing That Could Have Happened To Him
Hey, there's no publicity like pooplicity. He almost fooled me for a second. Almost had me thinking that this was good for his reputation. I was almost like "Well I didn't know who Robert Lane Jr. was before and now I do, maybe he's right". Then I realized that I almost fell for a grown man telling me that shitting yourself is a good thing. Yeah bro, and if peeing in your pants is cool, consider me Miles Davis. This wasn't some embarrassing nickname that you embraced and thus took the negative connotation out of it. This was a young adult literally having the shit beat out of him.
Here's why you didn't get a lot of grief Robert. Because this isn't one of those situations where people laugh with you, they laugh at you. They may have complimented you on your performance to your face, but they had poop on the mind. They point and laugh when you walk out of the room. They see your name and giggle behind your back. People don't forget. Sure they may be a little foggy about the time you fumbled or that time you threw up at a party. But going full blown toddler? You'll never wash that stink off, no matter how many times you put it through the spin cycle.
P.S. I respect his attitude towards it. It's definitely not a good thing for him, but if you can't accept your accidents than they will literally eat you alive.
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