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Mets fans have some fun on Twitter with the statement regarding Mr.Met

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Oct 12, 2015; New York City, NY, USA; Mr. Met and Mrs. Met during the seventh inning between the Chicago Cubs and the St. Louis Cardinals in game three of the NLDS at Citi Field. Mandatory Credit: Anthony Gruppuso-USA TODAY Sports
Oct 12, 2015; New York City, NY, USA; Mr. Met and Mrs. Met during the seventh inning between the Chicago Cubs and the St. Louis Cardinals in game three of the NLDS at Citi Field. Mandatory Credit: Anthony Gruppuso-USA TODAY Sports
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Wednesday night’s Mets game stunk. There’s no ifs, ands, or butts about that.

But, naturally, in typical Mets fashion, this massacre wasn’t enough. After the game a video went viral of Mr. Met flipping of fans. In case you were living under a rock and didn’t see this video, it’s below. You’re welcome.

https://twitter.com/SInow/status/870103753608675328

The Mets of course issued a statement afterwards. In typical #MetsTwitter fashion, fans had a bit of fun with this image. Why? Well that’s pretty much common sense —  there’s many other aspects of this season that this apology can be applicable to.

Our friends at Good Fundies had just a bit of fun..

Sports Illustrated took it a bit too far. Seriously, too soon guys. Way too soon. This is just mean.

You knew there had to be a Rafael Montero reference somewhere.

And all of the Terry Collins mismanaging the bullpen tweets happened, as you can imagine.

Jason Bay even made an appearance, because of course he did.

Then there was also this, which I’m not even going to comment on.

Some went the funny, poetic route.

And realism set in. Yes, yes you will. For the rest of the season at the very least.

Ugh. But we can’t argue this one even though we’d like to. Jacob deGrom was just not deGrom on Wednesday night.

And finally, of course, there were quite the few Ray Ramirez references as well. We’re sure this won’t be the last of these tweets either.

Next: Mets uneven play this season is wearing on fans

#MetsTwitter, never change. We are 100% aware that we will be seeing this image quite often from here on out, and honestly, we’ll all probably need the good laugh, just like we did last night.

And, if you ever wanted the job of being Mr. Met, it looks like there now may be an opening. Keep your eyes open for a job description!

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