PHILADELPHIA, PA - NOVEMBER 07: Quarterback Jay Cutler #6 of the Chicago Bears celebrates after throwing a touchdown pass to Earl Bennett #80 (not picttured) during the fourth quarter of the game at Lincoln Financial Field on November 7, 2011 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Nick Laham/Getty Images)
Are you looking for inspiration? A guide to show you what to do next in life? Look no further than Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, who has become the focus of a Twitter sensation that he is now using to raise money to fight diabetes. You'll do what he does because #CuttyDoesIt.
Look through Twitter, and you will see that hashtag several times. Why practice hard? Because #CuttyDoesIt. Why love sports? Because #CuttyDoesIt. Why pick up the tab for a friend? Because #CuttyDoesIt.
Even Caleb Hanie, the back-up QB and Cutler's good friend, has joined in on the fun. He tweeted pictures of Cutler, saying, "I'm gonna try and hang out with the Harlem Globetrotters, it's cool cause #CuttyDoesIt," and "This pic is the best...I wish I could do it like #CuttyDoesIt."
Now, Cutler has turned the phenomenon into a way to raise money for his foundation. #CuttyDoesIt t-shirts are for sale for $25, and the proceeds will benefit the Jay Cutler Foundation, which is dedicated to improving the life of underprivileged children and children with diabetes. He wants you to buy one because #CuttyDoesIt.
If you're not on Twitter, you may not know the fun of hashtags. Usually, they're are an easy way to categorize stories, like adding #Bears or #NFL to any tweet about the Bears game. Sometimes, they are used to add a fun remark like, #StaffordCantFight or #BennettsOrangeShoes. If you're not on Twitter, you should really join up. You know why? Because #CuttyDoesIt.