Goodbye to all those supposed curses that have been plaguing the Cubs for decades.
Even indigenous tribes of people in the deepest parts of the Amazon rain forest know by now that the Chicago Cubs put an end to their 108-year record of bad luck when they took home the World Series by defeating the Cleveland Indians in an electrifying Game 7.
ESPN’s “SportsCenter” paid a beautifully brilliant homage to their victory immediately after the game by posting an ad on social media.
“SportsCenter” anchor Jay Harris is shown walking into the office break room where he edits the “years since the Cubs won the World Series” sign.
He erases “108” and replaces it with a “0.”
Jonathan, the University of Connecticut Huskies mascot, didn’t fare so well. He enters the area wearing a canine cone and erases “35” from a sign indicating “days since last workplace accident,” and replaces it with “0.”
A third sign placed between the two reads, “4 years since last butt fumble,” referring to former New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez’s embarrassing fumble against the New England Patriots in 2012.
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— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) November 3, 2016
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