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NASCAR: Dale Earnhardt Jr. Offers Dating Advice To Fans

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It isn’t easy being a NASCAR driver in the Sprint Cup Series; much less one of the sports most popular drivers. It also isn’t easy to date and be in a relationship. NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. took to Twitter earlier this week to assist some of his fans in the love department. Since joining Twitter earlier this year Earnhardt Jr. has become well known for his late night conversations with his followers. Earlier this week one of his followers reached out to him seeking dating advice and Earnhardt Jr. was happy to step in and offer up some knowledge.

It was also discovered during this exchange that Earnhardt Jr. once ran an advice booth in a local mall. I am willing to bet this is a fun fact that even some of the most avid Earnhardt Jr. fans may not have known about. As you can see above when it comes to making the break Earnhardt Jr. is all business and straight to the point. One has to wonder just how many girls have had to be dumped by Earnhardt Jr. in person over the years. The love advice did not end there though. Earnhardt Jr. also offered advice on how to deal with getting dumped.

With advice like that who needs to ask anyone else for help? Although it took Earnhardt Jr. a while to join the Twitter movement, he is by far one of the most active drivers on Twitter. Regardless of what you feel about him as a driver, the way that he interacts with his fans is something that should be admired.

Earnhardt Jr. and the No. 88 team will put the advice offerings on hold on Sunday as they look to build momentum at Indianapolis on their way to the chase. If the No. 88 team is going to have a good day on Sunday they are going to have to find speed. Earnhardt Jr. was very unhappy after he qualified 23rd on Saturday. Be sure to tune into the Crown Royal/Brickyard 400 Sunday live on ESPN with coverage beginning at 12:30 PM.

Christopher Olmstead is the Editor of BeyondTheFlag.com on the FanSided Network. Follow us on Twitter @Beyond_The_Flag and “Like” us on Facebook.

 

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