Anything that's truly brilliant never really asks to be recognized. Very much like that kid who's staked out some nice territory in the kitchen, clutching that Burnett's handle while the party slowly fills up in the main room. Chatting up some friends, the usual slew of dick jokes/ripping on the roommate who isn't there, slowly ceding to shit of actual substance. Wide-eyed, "we're gonna start a business and take over the world" type shit. A few more shots, a timely song choice, and all of sudden you're playing out a series events that you'll (at least try to) remember forever. One of "those nights."
You probably don't realize it, but BroBible.com is pretty goddam fucking brilliant piece of internet. "A website for all things Bro. For Bro, by Bros," it's one of the few sites that lives up to its promise. Be it the solid chunk of manspeak J Camm has carved out with Ask a Bro, coming of age epics, your daily dose of time-wasters, or news that's actually important, you come here because you'll leave with something that's now a part of you. It's BroBible's spectrum, Zedd fan or otherwise, that really makes this place a top tier #standout. You get tips on taking a shit, right next to hilarious email wars between frats and sororities, right next real talk about drifting apart from your best friend. It's like if McDonalds merged with Buffalo Wild Wings, which then merged with Smith & Wollensky. A Golden Corral of content. Better tasting though.
What I'm trying to say is that it's been a pleasure and a privilege to work with the talented and dedicated people that keep this thing going. Hopping on the BroBible gravy train was a good decision on your part. Things around here only tend to get bigger and better. Thanks for playing a much appreciated role, and thanks for caring enough to click on those upside-down blue cups. This website is like James Blunt's life.
It was either this, or that "I Drink Your Milkshake" scene from There Will be Blood. Rap game Stevie Chay.