Nothing unifies the broad church that is GAA members better than a community provoked into responding to a truly horrendous hot-take.
Case in point, the united front that rose to dismiss David Brady's recent Ghaoth Dobhair criticism.
Catch yourself on Ffs. It’s all apart of winning, celebrating with your team and parish. Don’t agree one bit with this tweet !!
— Owen Mulligan (@owen_mulligan) February 16, 2019
On this week's Balls.ie Gaelic football podcast the Three-Man Weave, the lads were presented with five of the worst GAA hot-takes and asked to rank them.
One shining example can be found here, when the Irish Times called for the GAA to abandon Gaelic football.
Researching for a piece and found this Irish Times editorial from 1926 calling for the GAA to be disbanded (particularly that "racy old Irish game of hurling") and for rugby to be made the people's game.
Is this the original #TeamOfUs? pic.twitter.com/HSO98K0EK5
— Ruaidhrí Croke (@Ruaidhri_Croke) February 21, 2019
Now's your chance to do similar.
(If you've any other suggestions for some awful offerings, comment below!)