It wasn't long ago that we used to recap the Twitter world for Carolina Panthers' players. However, we've now been blessed with Derek Anderson, who just recently opened an account. Selecting one single tweet isn't enough, so this is 'What you talkin' bout Derek?' -- our weekly look at the world of a man who takes things seriously.
This holiday weekend has been full of jet-setting for Derek, as he travels from NC back home to Oregon, then returning to Charlotte for practice. As we all know, waiting in airports is terrible -- but he found a way to pass the time.
Anyone else think welches berries n cherries fruit snacks are amazing?— Derek Anderson (@DAnderson314) May 23, 2013
Sadly, his mood didn't stay this upbeat for long... as the flight itself beat poor Derek down.
Yah u old mutt I'm sitting right here.. And yes my bag is going in the overhead. No ur wife isn't putting one of her 3purseswhere my shit is— Derek Anderson (@DAnderson314) May 23, 2013
Thankfully he arrived in Oregon, and was finally able to relax. After some photos of his golf bag, and tweets about his round, Derek set about to give us some more food advice.
Ahh cinnamon toast crunch... Haven't has u in years.. Crushing a massive bowl!— Derek Anderson (@DAnderson314) May 26, 2013
It was a good thing he had a solid breakfast, because his weekend got very interesting, very quickly.
Some epic explosions happened today! 50 lb BBQ went 150 feet sky high— Derek Anderson (@DAnderson314) May 27, 2013
Aftermath twitter.com/DAnderson314/s…— Derek Anderson (@DAnderson314) May 27, 2013
Now, I'm thinking Derek is using the West Coast definition of 'BBQ' here. Meaning he blew up a grill, rather than pulled pork. Though I really like the idea of 50 pounds of pork raining down following a giant explosion.
After a weekend full of explosions, golf, and Cinnamon Toast Crunch -- it was time to return to North Carolina.
On the road home.. Quick turn.. Red eye straight to practice..ugh gonna be a rough one.. #westcoastproblems— Derek Anderson (@DAnderson314) May 27, 2013