‘Good effort, good job’ kid already most hated child in America
on Jun 6, 2012
As the few diehards left the American Airlines Arena after their team’s game 5 loss to the Celtics, one encouraging young fan shouted the words that may forever go down in infamy: “Good effort. Good job.”
If the Heat lose another playoff series, the unidentified child’s words will stand as a lasting taunt for LeBron and company, “Good job. Good effort.”
In a recent study it was discovered that less than 0.000000000000000001% of America’s population root for the Miami Heat, so you can understand how people might not take too kindly to the pep-talking tot.
Facebook pages, internet memes, and T-shirts are already popping up making fun of the boy.
Miami elementary schools were closed Wednesday due to already overwhelming press requests to out the child.
An instant poll on a popular sports site asked “Do you think the ‘Good effort, good job’ child’s mother should smack him.” More than 200,000 people voted “yes” unanimously.
A boy went to a playoff game hoping to see his favorite team win, only to end up being the biggest joke in the country. To add insult to injury, Lebron James isn’t on his side either.
In his post game news conference, James said, “Yeah, I heard the little brat. His voice was like nails on a chalkboard. He poured salt in our wounds. D-Wade is still crying over it.”
It is unknown whether we will ever find out the true identity of the “good effort, good job” kid, but at least one desperate television network has openly offered him his own reality show.