The Internet’s Reaction to Clark, the new Chicago Cubs Mascot @SportsMockery January 14, 2014 Chicago Cubs, News 49 Comments "Chicago's First Interactive Message Board For Fans"Prev postNext post The Internet was not very kind to the Chicago Cubs’ new mascot Clark, and most didn’t hold back. The Cubs released the biggest news of the 2014 off-season, they have a mascot and his name is Clark. Are you f*ckin’ kidding me..!? This sums up how I feel: It’s such a kick in the dick that they’re even pulling this shit. They know god damn well that they aren’t getting Tanaka. They know god damn well that Baez, Bryant, etc. etc. won’t even debut until half the season is tanked at the very earliest, and even if they arrive this year they’ll just be thrown in this shitfest of a season where anything less than Hall of Fame heroics will be met by the fanbase with derision. They know god damn well that Samardzija is already halfway out the door. So here’s a fuzzy, cuddly, snuggle bear to distract you. (via YB) Cub fans sit here and watch the beloved White Sox sign Abreu, trade for Eaton and then sign Viciedo…and what does Theo do? He gives Cubdom a pre-teen pant-less bear supplying the Internet with lots of ammo to break out the jokes. “The Cubs’ New Mascot Is A Nightmarish, Perverted Furry” (DeadSpin) Clark is the perfect mascot for the Cubs… His face just scream “our team sucks and I hate my life” — Brett Sible (@BrettSible) January 14, 2014 Hate it. Cubs don’t need a mascot, they need better players. RT @Illisconsin: what is your opinion of Clark the mascot? — Nick Friedell (@NickFriedell) January 14, 2014 Theory: Mascots without pants aren’t inherently creepier than mascots with pants. http://t.co/mTwAPeGcuz pic.twitter.com/gWgq84z5ye — SB Nation (@sbnation) January 14, 2014 Sorry #Cubs fans, the reality of your new mascot is he’s Poochie from the #Simpsons. And we all know Poochie sucks. pic.twitter.com/ED6GBhOaDT — Lawrence Benedetto (@lawonthedraw) January 14, 2014 Because Toon Disney never gets old. #Cubs pic.twitter.com/jaqmZT4Xjh — Ashley Walden (@PAshleyWalden) January 13, 2014 Clark the Cub? No pants and a bent bat? It took the Cubs 112 years to come up with this? @bleedcubbieblue pic.twitter.com/dszFYYUFvS — John Hagan (@johnfhagan) January 14, 2014 Backwards cap, Cubs jersey & no pants? Yup, Clark is a typical Cubs fan… — Benjamin Lipsman (@blipsman) January 13, 2014 [RELATED: CHICAGO CUBS NEW MASCOT] The Chicago Cubs announced they will create an ‘Addison’ next year to pair up with Clark. What will Addison look like? Addison, Clark’s mama Follow @SportsMockery ____________ Sports Mockery is a leading provider of Chicago breaking sports news with prime focus on Chicago team sports. Sports Mockery offers a variety of news in addition to sports teams in Chicago and it is a must have for all Chicago sports fans. Sports Mockery offers: Chicago Breaking Sports News – Personalized Fantasy Advice – Sports Games and Contests to WIN FREE PRIZES – Unique Ability for our Fans to Write Professional Articles and Express their Opinion – MUCH MORE….. Sports Mockery was built with an emphasis on providing Chicago sports news, but more importantly to speak the voice of the FAN when it comes to Chicago team sports and other sports in Chicago. Send us a link or a picture you like and we’ll post it for the world to see, or create a login and post it yourself! Get involved. Sports Mockery – “Chicago Sports News Written by the Fans” Prev postNext post Note: This website contains an assortment of articles written by Chicago fans with their own opinion, each reflecting their own point of view. For this reason, you may see conflicting reactions. Sports Mockery is the combined collection of all these publications for your enjoyment. 49 Responses Newer Comments » Yony-se Madres January 14, 2014 Rebecca Miller Log in to Reply Emmanuel S. McDaniel January 14, 2014 Every time you think there is nothing left to laugh at about that franchise, they pull shit like this lol Log in to Reply Newer Comments » Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.