Here Are Your Bad Cowboy-Related Earthquake Jokes. And Also, An Introduction To A Soothsayer.

I felt it, guys. Yup. Out here by White Rock Lake, even. I totally did. It was very real. Or, rather, I think it was: This fan I keep on my bookcase kinda wiggled there for a second — like it was turning on, except, y'know, no one was turning it on.

Then, soon as that monumental event even registered, it was over. Thankfully, Twitter confirmed it: Yes, that was an earthquake. Yes, it registered a 3.5 magnitude. Yes, it was centered in Irving. Right near the old Texas Stadium spot.

Twitter, of course, wasted no time in making a correlation between this and the Dallas Cowboys. Without further ado, here they are, just as expected, the worst immediate Dallas Cowboy joke reactions to The Great Quake of '15. Boo to you all.

Well, except for one of you. Scroll to the bottom to have your mind blown.

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First of all, shame on you all for those fat-shaming Christ Christie jokes. Governors are people, too.

But, second of all, you're not even that creative. This dude Frank Scaven did it first — on Sunday and during the game, no less — and, not only that, but he also predicted the earthquake.

Praise be, Frank Scaven, who is clearly deserving of many more than just the 39 followers he currently has.

Cover photo not of Frank Scaven, but rather of former WWE superstar Earthquake. We're not sure yet if Leader Scaven wants other photos of him posted to the Internet.

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