Nick Bonino was rocked to his very core Monday. He'll never look at half of his teammates the same again. His worldview changed forever.
The Pittsburgh Penguins forward was shocked to discover that some people prefer to button their shirts from top to bottom, instead of his favored method of bottom to top.
Bonino then polled the room and verified the stunning results.
Dissatisfied with the small sample size of the Penguins locker room, Bonino took his quest for validation to his 57,000-plus Twitter followers and got more than 16,000 votes, while deflecting critics who argued that they're called "button-downs" for a reason. For the record, a button-down has buttons on the collar and does not refer to the direction one buttons the shirt.
Unfortunately, he didn't get the affirmation he was looking for because 61 percent sided with top to bottom.
You think you know people. What a world.