If you're a rock star you're used to signing the usual stuff: people's faces, guitars, t-shirts. You know, rock star stuff.
If you're any type of athlete, you sign balls, jerseys, cards, posters, maybe photographs or the occasional magazine cover.
But what about household appliances? How do you even react to that?
Which is probably the exact thought Golden State Warriors player Klay Thompson had going through is head when a fan brought him a toaster to sign. He literally had to stare at it for a few seconds.
Yep, that's right, a toaster. Behold Thompson's befuddled countenance as he tried to comprehend why anyone would want him to sign a toaster.
It gets better though, it was an actual Golden State Warriors branded toaster. According to the fan, Thompson said, "A toaster? Wow, that's a first."
So, Thompson had a lot to process: how he, a high-profile, top-league NBA multi-millionaire found himself sitting with a fan and signing their toaster. And why the hell the team he plays for has their own branded line of toasters.
He's just so upset right now.
Or, he wasn't prepared for the photo, which is a definite possibility. After all, there are worse things for an athlete to sign than a toaster.
Don't worry Klay, we all feel this way when we come across stupid stuff that shouldn't exist.
But good for imgur user, RDollaz for getting the toaster signed. It's certainly a fun item for a fan to have.
Just not sure Klay is sharing in your joy, though. But hey, that toaster might be worth some serious money one day.