This restaurant in Lakeland has little Kaepernick jerseys in their urinals



This is the coolest urinal ever. I need one of these at my house.

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Lakeland’s Winners Circle Sportsbar & Grill, a self-described "politically incorrect restaurant," has placed stickers in the shape of Colin Kaepernick's jersey in their urinals, because nothing says you disagree with NFL players kneeling during the national anthem like shaking your penis at them.

Just like Calvin (sans Hobbes) in the stickers often found on lifted Silverados adorned with Truck Nutz, this particular setup allows "politically incorrect" men to pee on the thing that has them fully triggered – in this case, a lil' tiny jersey that says "Kaeperdick."

"When the whole Colin Kaepernick thing came about, him not standing for the national anthem, I was kind of offended by it. My dad was a Marine. I just thought it was very, very disrespectful,” said owner Bill Alcock to WFLA.

"I do believe in freedom of speech and everything like that, but it’s just a little message that you not disrespect the flag, and don’t disrespect our military. That’s what I think it is. This gives you a little chance to disrespect his jersey, a target of sorts," continued Alcock.

Unfortunately, Winners Circle Sportsbar & Grill doesn't offer any "black people are disproportionately killed by police, and this is an indisputable fact" stickers for customers to spray their opinion on.

We need more people who think like this!

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