Ochocinco Goes Twitter Loco

When it comes to the new technology that is Twitter, Bengals receiver Chad Ochocinco reminds us of a kid who found a box of firecrackers in the trunk of his uncle’s car.
He knows damn well he might end up blowing off a finger or two.  And if he does he’s gonna have a damn good time doing it.
Tonight, Ochocinco went on an extended string of “yo mama” jokes (in 140 characters or less), with a periodic “yo daddy” joke and one off-color “knock knock” gag that might be enough to divert Sarah Palin’s attention from David Letterman.
The whole thread is right here on Ochocinco’s Twitter page.
Though we’re not sure he “gets it” when it comes to having sustained success at the highest level of his chosen sport, Chad is a character, and the NFL needs more guys like him.
UPDATE:  Actually, we just realized he took a shot at us, too.  “How can they be called pro football talk when none of them are or were pros?” Chad asks.  Well, Chad, how can you be called “Ochocinco” when you ain’t Mexican?  

35 responses to “Ochocinco Goes Twitter Loco

  1. Actually chad was tolerable, albeit goofy, before all the contract / holdout crap started.
    It was interesting watching his cuz try to talk him off the ledge in an “interview”.

  2. yo mama so fat she bleeds YooHoo
    yo mama so fat she spits butter
    yo mama so fat she can’t wear her Malcolm X t shirt in public because helicopters keep trying to land on her back
    yo mama so dumb it takes her 2 hours to watch “60 Minutes”
    yo mama so hairy Bigfoot took her picture
    yo mama’s breath so bad when she yawns, her teeth duck

  3. Well, Chad, how can you be called “Ochocinco” when you ain’t Mexican?
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    Shouldn’t it be “Ochostinko”? Or is that “OchoStanko”

  4. You know what?
    I really think Twitter is a great way to get and trade info, socialize, yada, yada, yada.
    But I also think there’s a line to be drawn between the information side and the socializing side, and the media types (and most specifically you, Florio) should start following an unwritten rule of turning your heads when it comes to the socializing part of them.
    Are you asking for the attention by putting it all out there in public? Well, duh. But Twitter is not the media. It’s a strange offspring of media and social life, and like it or not, yeah, things like this are the future. So get used to them. I just hope you guys realize that you should probably keep feeding us the media part of it, and that this isn’t high school and there’s no need to run down the hall and gossip about the things you just overheard Mallory saying to Stephanie.
    If you were at some sort of large party with a bunch of media types and athletes, if you happened to overhear a high profile athlete tell a crude joke, you wouldn’t hurry to write a report about it, would you?
    Same deal.

  5. “How can they be called pro football talk when none of them are or were pros?” Chad asks.
    Och has a point, Mike. Not only are you not a pro, you’re not a football.

  6. He’s watchin’ you Florio:
    “I love all 9,000 of you guys and girls, i only been on here 2 weeks, WOW, THE BLACK MEXICAN will repay the love with superb play this year.”

  7. And no… Florio said “you aren’t Mexican”, simply because Chad keeps referring to himself on there as “the Black Mexican”. Step away from the podium, Jesse Jackson.

  8. The really funny joke is that Ochocinco is…wait for it…wait for it…washed up. He was once an elite receiver, one of the few in the NFL. However, he has just not had it since he wore that HOF jacket. He has just been horrible since then.

  9. I love the fact that Florio is following a chad johnson twitter and then someone posts the real twitter for chad johnson…journalistic integrity at its finest. Way to check your sources, Florio, lol.

  10. take a shot back at him. im not spanish. but i had to take the courses in college. ocho cinco means eight. five. eighty-five is said 2 ways, and they are both different. this was awhile ago and i never did that great in spanish. but one i believe is ochenta y cinco. and the other is like ochientacinco or something along those lines. so while every1 says ocho cinco means 85 in spanish. it actually means eight five… so ask him why he cant even say his own number correctly. haha.

  11. Yeah, most Spanish-speaking peoples aren’t Mexican, but remember Florio goes to Mamma Mia! and the Hard Rock for culture.

  12. To bad he ain’t funny. I expected more from him, his jokes suck. One thing is true he is going to be hurt by having 84 somewhere else. That said Branch is chomping at the bit waiting for 2009 season to start

  13. 44-3* (* = actual earned score before Wade Philips insulted the entire Cowboys team and community by kicking a field goal late in the 4th quarter.)

  14. Listen very closely Chad. the reason the site can be called Pro Football Talk is because it involves a group of people talking about pro football. Under your back ass logic it would have to be called Pros Talking Bout Football. Don’t hate, congratulate.

  15. “How can they be called pro football talk when none of them are or were pros?”
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    Ummmm…..because ‘they’ talk about pro football?

  16. Mexicans arent the only people who speak spanish, Florio. And “the black mexican” thing wasnt mentioned in that particular post, so if that was your meaning – it was lost on most people who dont look up to Archie Bunker.
    Bunker also wouldve liked your “aint” remark in response to his “arent.” Keep it up. Your West Virginia ignorance is showing up more and more.

  17. hahahahahahah…oh man, this was the funniest thing i’ve read all week – good stuff!!!

  18. ““How can they be called pro football talk when none of them are or were pros?” Chad asks.”
    Sounds like an oblique feeler for a position to me.

  19. You guys got it all wrong about Mucho Stinko, his name in spanish IS technicall eight-five…. yet it has nothing to do with his jersey number..it’s his IQ. The guy is a total moron and the most surprising fact listed here is not the “yo mama” jokes or anything else, the big surprise is that that dumb SOB can read and write.

  20. “it actually means eight five… so ask him why he cant even say his own number correctly. haha. ”
    Dude, you took college level Spanish and can’t make up your mind whether “eighty five” translates to “ochientacinco” or “ochenta y cinco” in Spanish. It’s the latter, by the way. Literally “eighty and five”. There’s no other way to print it properly, though people may pronounce it differently. That said, “Ochocinco” is not meant to be a number in this context. It’s meant to be his last name. haha.

  21. Though we’re not sure he “gets it” when it comes to having sustained success at the highest level of his chosen sport, Chad is a character, and the NFL needs more guys like him.
    We do not need more guys like him. He is a douche to the highest degree. Maybe I am too old school, but put up the numbers and shut up.

  22. Everytime I see the name I have to wonder- does Chad actually think “85” in Spanish is “ocho cinco”rather than ochenta y cinco. Maybe that should be his new name. Chad Ochentaycinco would be Chad eighty-five. “Chad eight five” just sounds weird (in any language).

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