Attendance was such a problem for the Buffalo Bills in recent years that they began playing “home” games in Toronto.
Now, Buffalo is 4-2. And some Canadians have happily hopped on the bandwagon. So much so that a select few individuals were willing to dig through actual buffalo manure.
An Ontario radio station, K Rock 105.7, held a “Cut The Crap” contest. Where, yes, five individuals sorted through a “wet, soggy, gushy, kiddy pool full of buffalo crap” for Bills’ tickets. Within said pool was one canister containing the ticket to a VIP experience at next week’s Bills-Redskins matchup at the Rogers Centre in Toronto.
What ensued was a load of disgusting sights and sounds. Not the least of which was the on-site host gagging repeatedly. Or the guy who continued to dig after the canister had been found.That’s dedication.
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