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A Georgia Fan Is Cruising Through ATL With Loop Of SEC Championship Playing On TV Strapped To Hummer

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Remember that old TV show Pimp My Ride? That sad excuse for reality television had someone take their sad excuse for a whip to Xzibit’s house (not sure if that’s true or not, but whatever) where car experts would turn it into an acceptable driving machine. I would never consider going on a show like that; my 2013 Scion tC is perfect the way it is, thank you very much.

One Atlanta man decided to take car-modification matters into his own hands recently, and accomplished the ultimate 1) power move and 2) renegade car modification at the same time.

The SEC Championship game was this weekend, as many of you know. For those of you who didn’t watch (myself included because I was too busy watching the New Jersey Devils lose), Georgia beat Auburn in Atlanta by a hefty score of 28-7. And it’s safe to say Georgia fans can’t get enough of it.

Continuously rubbing a loss in your rival’s face even when they’re just driving behind you? No one is safe from defeat, not even in traffic.

Side note, look at the size of that TV. Gotta be at least a 60-incher right there. That TV’s big enough to make even the best man cave owner jealous. The fact that it’s attached to a Hummer, of all vehicles, is the cherry on top. The TV almost certainly hinders the driver’s ability to see out the back window of his car, but I can tell you with almost 100% certainty that he doesn’t care.

Auburn fans, better luck next year. Here’s hoping you don’t get stuck behind this guy at a red light.

[via Twitter/@ENOUGHSENOUGH24]

Image via Twitter/@ENOUGHSENOUGH24

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Previously known for being the 4th best improv comedian in the state of New Jersey, he enjoyed a brief career in politics by serving on his fraternity's eboard until a scandal not as bad as the Lewinsky scandal, but more memorable than Whitewater lead to his resignation. Now, he spends his time making God awful jokes in chapter meetings, rooting for a shitty New Jersey hockey team, and serving on the congressional committee set to determine whether Oprah Winfrey should be classified as a cult or a religion.

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