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Entry from March 26, 2021
“If I wanted advice from someone who chases a ball, I’d ask my dog”

"To these athletes thinking we are listening to them: If I wanted advice from someone who chases a ball, I’d ask my dog” is a saying that has been printed on many images.

“To these athletes thinking we are listening to them- if I wanted advice from someone who chases a ball, I’d ask my dog” was posted on Twitter by CHawley on September 3, 2020. “To these athletes thinking we are listening to them- if I wanted advice from someone who chases a ball, I’d ask my dog” was posted on Facebook by Ardy Mac’s Dog House on September 8, 2020. “To these athletes thinking we are listening to them-if I wanted advice from someone who chases a ball, I’d ask my dog?” was posted on Twitter by Steven Zinser on September 11, 2020.

It’s not known who originated the meme.


Twitter
CHawley
@chawley099
Replying to @realTrumpForce
To these athletes thinking we are listening to them- if I wanted advice from someone who chases a ball, I’d ask my dog.
12:47 AM · Sep 3, 2020·Twitter for iPhone

Facebook
Ardy Mac’s Dog House
September 8, 2020 at 10:06 PM ·
To these athletes thinking we are listening to them- if I wanted advice from someone who chases a ball, I’d ask my dog.

Twitter
GuyEyes
@MrGuyT
If I wanted advice from someone who chases a ball I’ll listen to my dog
9:06 AM · Sep 11, 2020 from Illinois, USA·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Steven Zinser
@zinser_steven
Replying to @catturd2 and @SherrySmart10
To these athletes
thinking we are
listening to them-
if I wanted advice
from someone
who chases a ball,
I’d ask my dog.
10:26 AM · Sep 11, 2020·Twitter for Android

Twitter
Sharon Howard Cloud
@itbmeshorty
To these athletes thinking we are listening to them- if I wanted advice from someone who chases a ball, I’d ask my dog.
9:56 AM · Sep 13, 2020·Twitter for Android

Twitter
Texas Loves Trump
@queenalmamarie
To these athletes thinking we are listening to them- if I wanted advice from someone who chases a ball, I’d ask my dog.
10:31 PM · Sep 13, 2020·Twitter Web App

Twitter
PRESIDENT Capt71
@capt71_
To these overpaid athletes thinking we are listening to them - if I wanted advice from someone who chases a ball, I’d ask my dog.
9:25 AM · Sep 16, 2020·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Dan
@dancutsfilm
To the athletes who think we are listening to them: if I wanted advice from someone who chases a ball, I’d ask my dog.
2:30 AM · Oct 6, 2020·Twitter Web App

Twitter
Vince (VJ) Cortese
@VJCortese
@NFL @NBA @MLB To #athletes who think we’re listening to them about such things as #Politics , #Economics and the like: If I wanted advice from someone who chases a ball,
I’d ask my dog...#JustSaying
4:09 PM · Oct 22, 2020·Twitter Web App

Twitter
Michelle Lang
@rebelbrat71
To the athletes who think we are listening to them, if I wanted advice from someone who chases a ball I’d ask my dog if I had one so...you don’t mean crap because I quit watching sports when you became kneeling bitches.
5:18 PM · Mar 1, 2021 from Boone, IA·Twitter for Android

Facebook
More Crazy Stuff
March 26, 2021 at 1:34 PM ·
(The following text is shown on an image.—ed.)
WHY DO PROFESSIONAL
ATHLETES THINK I SHOULD
CARE ABOUT WHAT THEY THINK
IF I WANTED ADVICE
FROM SOMEONE WHO CHASES
A BALL, I’D ASK MY DOG.

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CitySports/Games • Friday, March 26, 2021 • Permalink