Baltimore Ravens “Puppy Wee-Wee Pads” Are A Big Hit With Dog-Owning Steelers Fans

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Updated: October 17, 2013

BALTIMORE – Despite bearing the logo of their divisional arch rivals, the official “Baltimore Ravens Puppy Wee-Wee Pads,” have turned out to be a top seller amongst dog-owning fans of the Pittsburgh Steelers, sources confirmed earlier today.

"No, Sparky! You're supposed to whiz ON THE BEAK! Bad dog. BAD DOG!"

“No, Franco! You’re supposed to whiz ON THE BEAK! Bad dog. BAD DOG!”

 

“I was shocked,” said Imogene Brendenmeyer, associate manager of the Baltimore Ravens online pro shop. “We made the Ravens Wee-Wee pads available on our catalogue, and within hours we noticed they were outselling our official jerseys, caps, backpacks, pretty much all the rest of our stock. But the really weird thing was how many orders were coming from the greater Pittsburgh area. As you can imagine, we don’t normally sell many of our products to folks from that region. Strange.”

 

The pads, designed to aid with canine housebreaking, bear a full size image of the Ravens logo in the center of the pad. Available at $23.99 for a 100-count box, the item has sold thousands of cases, almost exclusively to puppy-owning Steeler supporters.

 

“I don’t understand why so many Pittsburgh fans would purchase a Baltimore Ravens product,” continued Brendenmeyer. “Maybe they don’t carry any at the Steelers pro shop?”

 

“No, we stock Steelers Wee-Wee pads,” said James Quinlin, manager of the Pittsburgh online store. “But they just don’t sell to our fans very well. Although, come to think of it, we have sold quite a few of them to Browns fans. How odd.”

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3 Comments

  1. Seth

    October 18, 2013 at 1:47 pm

    >:o!

  2. Anonymous

    October 18, 2013 at 12:23 pm

    ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE MOCK: There’s a long-standing rumour that Southampton FC actually tried to sell branded toilet paper, and they sold out in hours to happy Portsmouth FC fans, eager to wipe their backsides on their old enemy’s crests.

  3. Anonymous

    October 18, 2013 at 12:01 pm

    I love it!

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