USWNT Hot Takes Used To Power French City

Reims, FR - Scientists with the Syndicat des énergies renouvelables announced that they harnessed the power of the hot takes surrounding the USWNT 13-0 victory over Thailand to power the entire city of Reims.


“We are proud to announce that due to the excess amount of hot air surrounding the game that we are now able to provide clean energy for the entire city and surrounding area,” stated Gaspard Therenve, director of SER. “Between the American reactions to the game alone we were able to store enough power to power our city for over 6 months.”

Scientists indicate that a long standing quest for renewable energy was celebrated at SER as they finally capitalized on all the experts, pundits and armchair quarterbacks who took to social media to proclaim their expertise.

“It is miraculous,” stated Mr. Therenve. “We could possibly harness enough anger over the USWNT to power the entire world if they played enough games against teams from South East Asia.”

Our reporters asked the US Department of Energy about this breakthrough and they stated that they were also working on a new form of Energy harnessed from a new mineral called coal that they would brand, “FREEDOM DUST.”

The Nutmeg News will have more on this as the upcoming USWNT game against Chile is supposed to generate 1.21 jigawatts of energy.