So yeah, Brown is more than a casual fan, and if you’re apparently trying to suit her for future companionship, perhaps quizzing her on an elementary baseball topic isn’t the best move to make. Otherwise, she might (metaphorically) hit you out of the park.
it's so insulting when dudes try to quiz me about sports soooo i had a little pun fun ⚾️❤️ pic.twitter.com/s1X0qJagrp— megan YELI MVP brown (@thatgirlondeck) March 29, 2016
Here was Brown’s thinking for her response.
“When meeting or dating guys, it’s common for them to attempt to quiz women to test if they ‘really’ are sports fans,” she told Uproxx. “This guy was someone I met off of a dating app, we had started texting, and he asked me that question. It seemed pretty condescending, plus it was something SO basic it was kind of insulting. Instead of responding with the teams (first instinct) or ignoring, I decided to have a little fun.”
As for the guy who questioned her N.L. East knowledge…
STILL. NO. REPLY. do we think he's seen it on the internet by now?? https://t.co/hiqXea0hr5— megan YELI MVP brown (@thatgirlondeck) March 30, 2016
at this point, safe to assume this dude is flat out afraid to text me back. with good reason ;)— megan YELI MVP brown (@thatgirlondeck) March 30, 2016
But all hope is not lost for anybody who doesn’t happen to be that original dude. It sounds like Brown is single and willing to mingle about singles.
well. i AM still single, nice Jewish boys of New York… https://t.co/dCjh605F0c— megan YELI MVP brown (@thatgirlondeck) March 30, 2016
Photo via Megan Brown/Twitter