I cannot get enough of these Eagles fan tattoo stories. Whether it’s been the Philly Special on a forearm or a triumphant Nick Foles on a calf, fans have been aggressive in showing their unwavering allegiance to the Super Bowl LII Champions. And now there’s this.
— jordan clarius (@22xxxWC) February 9, 2018
Meet Jordan Clarius, who watched a defiant Jason Kelce deliver a five-minute middle finger of a speech on the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art yesterday afternoon, and then promptly decided to put the face of the 6’3”, 282-pound center, clad in a Mummers costume, on his body forever. Kelce’s speech was Winston Churchill level stuff and a testament to the power of both the f-bomb and underdog narrative in this city. Say “fuck” a couple of times, call out Michael Lombardi, recount the ways your teammates were counted out and cap it with “no one likes us, we don’t care!” It was flawless elocution and a clinic on public speaking by Kelce, and he had to know it. After that speech, pretty much the only thing left for Eagles fans to do is permanently put his face on their skin.
If, however, you want to celebrate and rejoice in Kelce’s victory proclamation for all of eternity, but also don’t want his likeness on your person, may I suggest this as an alternative.
It’s what Jon Dorenbos would do.