Look what the monsters did to Domonic Brown

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Phillies OF Dom Brown rocks a Dez Bryant jersey at Sunday's Eagles-Cowboys game. (Photo via @Dom9Brown)

This all started when Domonic Brown revealed he was a Cowboys fan, despite playing for a Philadelphia baseball team.

"Ha ha, oh man, that's a 'serious offense,'" normal people joked. 

"THIS IS THE WORST THING THAT HAS EVER HAPPENED AND I HATE YOU," replied psychopaths.

One person tried to assure Brown that, despite the clueless hate he was getting, Philly still loved him. Brown disagreed.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p><a href="https://twitter.com/mindycaaat">@mindycaaat</a> Philly doesn&#39;t love me . I get boo&#39;s almost everynight . No big deal use to it.</p>&mdash; Domonic Brown (@dom9brown) <a href="https://twitter.com/dom9brown/statuses/392284319596957696">October 21, 2013</a></blockquote>
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So now Brown doesn't think Philly loves him.

Here's a guy who told Brown, "You talk like you have done something in the bigs." And here's a gif of all the "nothings" Dom Brown has hit in the bigs:

Here's a guy who is mad not because Brown is a Cowboys fan, but because he grew up near Tampa and isn't a Buccaneers fan. So now it's Eagles' fans responsibility to be inconsolably furious on behalf of other teams.

Here's a guy insinuating that by saying Philly doesn't love him, he is only making the "hole deeper." As if, at this point, the forgiveness and adoration of Philly fans would even be desirable to him. 

Of course, forgiveness is only applicable when somebody has done something wrong, which Brown, to reiterate, has not. And now a young, power-hitting outfielder, who after years of development, injury, and mishandling finally had his breakout year, thinks we don't love him.

Way to go, everybody.

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