Jerry Jones Consoles Chiefs Fan While Buying Gas Station Wine
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Jerry Jones is not above some gas station wine. On Tuesday, the Dallas Cowboys owner was just grabbing himself some vino at a gas station in the Dallas-Fort Worth area when a Kansas City Chiefs fan ran into him... (The Big Lead)
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Uh, good morning to you Musers.
Reply4 months
Dfw has shitty gas stations. 7-11 is awful. So is quik trip
Reply4 months
7-11 is a Cowboys sponsor and the wine, Josh Cellars, is also a cowboys sponsor and a Pic is taken and posted. You do the math.
Reply4 months
Ever consider that is not Jerry Jones?
Reply4 months
Not like Prosper has many options to pick up fine wine on the quick when heading to a hoes place
Reply4 months
Josh wine. Solid choice.
Reply4 months
7 11 sells wine?
Reply4 months
He is not consoling a chiefs fan. he just got road head from a fat girl and is buying the wine he promised if she gargled it.
Reply4 months
"Consoles Chiefs fan" where? how?
Reply4 months
he's wasted!
Reply4 months
If I had as much money as Jerry, I’d have someone go into the gas station and get it for me. The hell with doing it myself
Reply4 months
Well that's why your fat and Jerry still on great shape for his age.
4 months
dang I would not even buy wine at 7-11
Reply4 months
Was expecting Boone’s Farm
Reply4 months
Jerry got caught purchasing his road soda’s.
Reply4 months
It's not against the law if you're sitting in the backseat of a stretch limousine.
4 months
Jerry with the Circle K wine
Reply4 months
Don't invite Jerry over for your party. He's bringing over shite wine, cheapskate.
Reply4 months
He has shite taste in wine (assuming that is Caymus)
Reply4 months
The one in his right hand looks like Josh. Caymus is legit, it's just loaded with sugar (and not sold at gas stations)
4 months
He must bring his own wine to the strip club. Boss move.
Reply4 months
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