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Brett Favre Loves Pants On the Ground and Ass-Slapping

I’ll be honest. I had no idea what “Pants on the Ground” was until today. I don’t have any interest in who the new American Idol is going to be. I don’t care that Simon Cowell is leaving the show. I can’t remember who replaced that crazy broad Paula Abdul.

If you, like me, don’t give two shits about American Idol, you’re probably wondering why the hell I’m blathering on about that stupid show. Well, apparently “Pants on the Ground” was an original song performed by a 62-year-old professor during the Atlanta auditions this season and it has since become a viral hit something like when William Hung destroyed that Ricky Martin song a few years back.

So, that brings me to Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre. Sweet, beloved Brett.

Brett Favre also loves him some “Pants on the Ground.” You know, because he’s such a down to earth, selfless guy who only plays for the love of the game.

Let me reiterate. Brett Favre – he just loves playing the game!

And also, “Pants on the Ground.”

And ass-slapping.

But what heterosexual American male doesn’t enjoy a good ass slap?

Hell, not the Minnesota Vikings, and certainly not Brett Favre.

After the Vikings beat the Dallas Cowboys to advance to the NFC Championship game, yesterday, what did they do? Well, the exact thing than any group of mentally challenged pederasts would do – they sang “Pants on the Ground” and slapped each other on their asses.

via Fanhouse


Monty McMahon

Monty McMahon is one of the founders of Total Packers. He is probably the most famous graduate of UW-Oshkosh next to Jim Gantner.



  1. Matt January 18, 2010


  2. Don January 18, 2010

    Favre has been amazing this year. Thank you Ted Thompson and Packers for not wanting him.

    Go Vikings! Packers suck.

  3. Anita January 18, 2010

    No problem, Don. You can thank us when your Super Bowl hopes go up in smoke thanks to a well timed INT. And after observing that video, I can say I’m quite happy with our 26 year old GROWN UP playing the QB position.

  4. Chris Humpherys January 18, 2010

    Who knew he had a future career in show biz. Yet another difference between you, me and the man.


  5. Jeff January 18, 2010

    Dear Don,

    Fuck off

  6. Joe January 18, 2010

    That’s some serious bitterness. I guess I can understand. It must hurt for your former hero to be having more success and more fun with your most hated rival.

    I join Don in thanking the Packers for giving Brett a shot at success by releasing him from the chains of Packerness.

  7. Jeremy January 18, 2010

    More proof. Favre’s Gay. Obvious Childress was pissed at being dumped for Sidney Rice.


  8. DeeJay January 18, 2010

    hahaha Packer fans…. bitter much??

  9. Billy January 18, 2010

    You mad! LOL

    Your 26 year old QB had a game ending turnover just like Packers fans always harped on about Brett. Enjoy the playoffs from your couches chesesheads!

  10. Steffen January 18, 2010

    Go ahead and laugh Vikings fans. Savor it. You see, deep inside, it feels weird right? It feels weird that your season of glory was only made possible because of our castoff. It feels weird because you know he’ll be gone within a couple years – meanwhile, the Packers have another Pro Bowl quarterback for years and years to come.

  11. Chitter January 19, 2010

    I have a feeling the Vikes are going to beat the Saints. Maybe I’m wrong…hopefully I’m wrong. But if I’m a fan of the Vikings I’m putting all of my eggs in this basket.

    If the Vikes don’t win it this year, then the fans better be prepared for another decade of mediocrity with no QB and a worthless coach.

    Brett’s saving up all his INT’s for when it all matters the most. Watch.

  12. Jeff January 20, 2010

    “Chains of Packerness”? WTF does that even mean? Remind me how many championships does Minnesota have.