There were quite a few words directed at Brad Keselowski by his competitors this season that we can’t print here for obvious reasons.
But at the same time, Keselowski may have brought about creation of a new word — and it’s clean.
Well, I guess it depends upon how you use it.
In the latest edition of The Penske Files, we learn what it’s like to be “Keselowskied” … or as we like to call it, “Keselowski-ed”.
Basically, if you see an opening — like Kes did at Texas a couple weeks ago, much to the chagrin of Jeff Gordon — you go for it, no harm, no foul (well, at least most of the time, we hope).
You know, this could start a whole new movement to start sweeping the nation in offices around the country, be it at the copy machine, the lunchroom or simply just walking the hall.
Check out the video above and you’ll know what we mean.
And don’t be surprised if you find “Keselowski-ed” or the plural “Keselowski-ing” in your favorite new edition of the dictionary next year.
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