Shortage Of "YASSSSS QUEEEEEEN" Comments On Soccer Instagram Pushes Woman Into Action

Lincoln, NE - After noticing a shortage of "YASSSSSS QUEEEEEN" comments on the pictures of women soccer stars that play for the United States, Janice Gard was pressed into action on Monday morning.

 YAAAAAAAAAAAAAASSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS QUEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEENNNNNNNNN #FIERCE

YAAAAAAAAAAAAAASSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS QUEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEENNNNNNNNN #FIERCE

"The lack of comments were disturbing to me," stated Ms Gard. "I begin to notice fewer and fewer YASSSSSSS QUEEN statements, fewer hashtags of the YASSS QUEEEN varietal, and more conversation by people rather than just blanket statements of complete bullshit. I knew then that it was my goal to reinstate YAASSSSSSSSSS QUEEEEEEEN to the forefront of the Instagram comment that people randomly leave on United States international soccer stars pictures."

While many people think that this methodology of conversation is the equivalent of trying to have a conversation in real life by quoting memes, Ms Gard doesn't believe that to be the case.

"YASSSSS QUEEEEN is important. It shows that I think she is a QUEEEEEN and that YASSSSSSS you ARE a QUEEEEEEEEEN. It's #fierce #fire #YASSSSSSSQUEEEEN. I don't need more of an explanation than that."

The Nutmeg News will have more on that as Ms. Gard posts 30 different versions of the "started from the bottom, now we here" gif photoshopped with the heads of Megan Rapinoe, Alex Morgan and Carli Lloyd to Tumblr.