The Zygi Wilf/Mark Dayton photo people can't get enough of: Top 10 tweets
Zygi Wilf and Gov Dayton toss dirt at Vikings Stadium Groundbreaking. pic.twitter.com/3yZ4e8exma
-- Glen Stubbe (@gspphoto) December 3, 2013
During yesterday's Vikings stadium groundbreaking ceremony, Star Tribune photographer Glen Stubbe captured a photo of Zygi Wilf and Mark Dayton that's worth somewhere between a thousand words and $975 million.
As you'd imagine, Twitter users here all the way from Los Angeles to here to New Jersey weighed in with their best 140-character captions. Below are the 10 best wisecracks we saw.
-- Jack Kogod (@Unsilent) December 3, 2013
-- Doug Orzel (@DougOrz) December 3, 2013
.@bgolnik Expressions say it all: Zygi has the grin of a guy getting $400M; Dayton the anxiety of a guy who owes $400M, but doesn't have it.
-- Pat Shortridge (@PatShortridge) December 3, 2013
@AdamSchefter "You can never leave, Adrian. Just let the dirt wash over you."
-- Aaron Sechrist (@okpants) December 3, 2013
-- jsaquella (@jsaquella) December 3, 2013
Separated at birth! Zygi Wilf and Wario meet again! pic.twitter.com/UWqeaN5p8W
-- Maricella Miranda (@mariwritesnews) December 3, 2013
4. Continuing with the Mario Bros. theme...
-- Jeff Israel (@jeffisrael25) December 3, 2013
Peter Sellers is gone, but how about Sacha Baron Cohen for the title role in, "The Zygi Wilf Story"? pic.twitter.com/rp0H2PDdNA
-- NickColeman (@NickColeman) December 3, 2013
-- kyle sommer (@kyle_sommer) December 3, 2013
-- Gustav Mauler (@ryanpitman) December 4, 2013
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