Sometimes I daydream about how Troy Aikman spends his retirement days. Aikman, I imagine, spends most of his time playing mini golf inside his 11,433 sq. ft. house, followed by an afternoon session of sorting out his fan mail in alphabetical order. Maybe in the mornings, after a protein shake, he yells motivational quotes to himself as he does his 200th pull-up. “I THINK I CAN I THINK I CAN I THINK I CAN!”
The real truth is Aikman goes around selling wings. He is the national spokesperson for Wingstop, which was founded in 1994 in Garland. Bet you didn’t know that.
Cool. Now this local chain is spreading its wings (get it?) into Russia and Singapore. That’s 50 restaurants for Russia and 20 for Singapore. Pretty soon, Aikman’s face is going to be glowing from across the Pacific Ocean.
I don’t know about you guys, but the thought of Putin sitting inside a Wingstop makes me want to create a Youtube video like this one. I’ll call it “Putin Lubleet Wingstop.”