We're going to be honest.
We love Nat's superstar Bryce Harper's new catchphrase: "That's a clown question, bro."
In case you weren't aware, Bryce came up with the line while responding to a Canadian reporter's query about beer while the team was up north to play the Toronto Blue Jays last week. Since then, we've all ordered these clown question t-shirts, and have been responding to each other's inquires around the Glittarazzi office with his funny answer.
(Hey, who finished off the coffee without refilling it? That's a clown question, bro.)
But now, after only after a week, it feels like our favorite response is going the way of "Whoop, there it is," thanks to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.
Here's what happened. ...
Harry is almost a bigger Byrce fan than us. (It might have something to do with the fact that the 19-year-old slugger is from Las Vegas -- and the 72-year-old Democrat represents the state of Nevada.) So, at a press conference on Tuesday, Harry was asked by a reporter that wanted to know if he thought the Republicans in the Senate were waiting for Mitt Romney's response to President Obama's newly announced immigration policy before coming up with their own responses.
That's when Harry said, "I don't want to answer that question, that's a clown question, bro."
OK. That is pretty funny.
VIDEO: "That's a clown question, bro." - Harry Reid
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