Much like many major college football programs, the University of Texas is looking to upgrade their stadium in order to compete in today’s high-dollar world of collegiate sports.
As such, Texas has decided to give Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium a little facelift by adding what is being called the “Longhorn Patio” in the south end zone portion of the facility.
It’s called the “Longhorn Patio” because it is being made in the shape of the iconic hook ’em horns logo the university and its fans hold so dear.
Unfortunately… while it does look like good ole Bevo, there is one small problem: by leaving the bottom of the logo open they have in reality created what appears to be a uterus.
Yep. That’s the female reproductive system alright.
— ⚪️🔴5 PEAT🔴⚪️ (@OU_Texan28) November 14, 2019
In news that should surprise no one who has ever been on the internet, people on social media took notice… and proceeeded to make many, many jokes.
A giant uterus?
— NotToday (@DfrankDlf) November 14, 2019
Props to Texas for a touching tribute to the female reproductive system... the UTerus https://t.co/SlBIndWkA0
— Shehan Jeyarajah (@ShehanJeyarajah) November 14, 2019
*news caster voice* In addition to this new Longhorn patio, the team announced they will only one home game a month to keep the flow of the season regular.
— Corey Decker (@CoreyDecker11) November 15, 2019
It's the Red River Rivalry, alright.
— Lulu (@LuluVol) November 14, 2019
i assume the Longhorn Patio is some kind of euphemism with which i am unfamiliar https://t.co/0h3doiKyUq
— Jack Byrom (@JackByrom) November 14, 2019
"Longhorn patio" is gonna become another slang term if they actually build it to this design https://t.co/pdPP4rTv2E
— Empty Seats Galore (@EmptySeatsPics) November 14, 2019
Will the first string be running out of this tunnel?
— Michael (@MRudolphComedy) November 14, 2019
Fallopian tubes really accent the uterus. https://t.co/x6yDNeZJ3W
— Jimmie Snyder (@labayouboy) November 14, 2019
This isn’t new. Saw this months ago on the wall at my wife’s first ultrasound appointment. https://t.co/ErLhXwqaid
— Tyler (@thehart_oftx) November 14, 2019
Can't get uterus without UT.
— Jackie McCardell Jr. (@JRayMickey) November 14, 2019
If the University of Texas insists on keeping the “Longhorn Patio” in its current design there is NO WAY that students will not be calling it “The UTerus.” In fact, there are probably already t-shirts being printed as we speak. God, I miss college.