Dundee United have claimed a tweet from their social media account offering supporters “a glass of j***” was photoshopped.
The Scottish Giants’ poor admin has had to tolerate a significant period of social media teasing after they appeared to include a ‘glass of j***’ in the club's Christmas festivities. United were promoting their ‘Chistmas at Tannadice’ party they host every year at their Tannadice Park home stadium.
Featuring a scrumptious three course dinner, bustling entertainment, and a live DJ, it appears to tick all of the right festive boxes. Unfortunately, the apparent inclusion of a complimentary “Glass of J***” has amused many of their fan base.
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Many of their own supporters and those of rival clubs were left in stitches by what appeared to be a painfully unfortunate typo. Otherwise, the evening appeared to be a top notch evening of festive entertainment for the whole family.
It was presumed the admin had simply made the kind of blunder every media professional fear most; typing a ‘Glass of J***’ instead of ‘glass of Fizz’, However, the person at the helm of the Dundee United Twitter account appeared to suggest the amusing gaffe was not a gaffe at all, and was the works of a a half decent photo-shopper rather than a clumsy typer.
They responded with a further tweet accompanied with the caption ‘Anyone can photoshop a tweet…but not everyone can join us at our Christmas parties. Needless to say, Dundee United fans and supporters from other clubs still could not resist laughing about the initial tweet.
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“That’s funny lol. Pint or half pint I wonder,” one fan posted in response. “Black tie or come as you, please?” another mischievous supporter commented alongside a winking face emoji.
“I think I’ll pass if there’s no glass of j***,” another fan responded to the amended post from the Scottish giants. “Hope there was nothing similar on the job description for a manager,” another Scottish fan laughed.
“We know what you did admin,” another fan commented, clearly expressing their skepticism about the admin’s explanation.
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