Minneapolis, MN - Minnesota United fan Lindsay Callahan stated, "No, there isn't a game today," for the 3rd time on Tuesday morning as she wore her Dark Clouds scarf in appropriate frigid weather on her commute to work.
Reportedly, Callahan took the extreme measure of wearing a warming piece of fabric around her neck that was clearly a soccer scarf, proving that the de-facto official gear of soccer fans in the United States is, in fact, actually useful for something during the offseason.
"It's cold outside and that means it is perfect time to wear a scarf," stated Callahan to The Nutmeg News. "It doesn't mean that I'm going to a game."
Sources within Callahan's office claim that they were confused about Callahan's fashion choice on the day claiming that she only used to wear scarves if there was a game, and they didn't think there was a game on a Tuesday but, "It's soccer... you never know... and go Vikings."
Due to Ms. Callahan's gender, Rod Yarrow (of accounting) spent a good 30 minutes looking at the schedule for Minnesota United before admitting that it appears Ms Callahan is correct and there is NOT a game today. Still as Mr Yarrow (a man) stated, "She has me all confused now."
The Nutmeg News will have more on this as co-workers wonder what Ms. Callahan will wear on "Team Jersey Friday" at the office.