"Good job showing your Stoic virtue, but caring about the sport so much that you sacrifice your body and mind to try to win, but then don't care enough to be upset when things go wrong."
This is fine.
According to the Stoic doctrine of Apatheia, one should not be bothered by the fact that someone carelessly translates "apatheia" as "apathy", leading to misleading and inaccurate representations for comedic effect.
Epictetus Has a Bad Day
One day I'm going to intentionally make a comic that misinterprets Stoicism so bad that it'll piss off all the Stoicism nerds, and I'll be like "ha, got you!"
Stoic Relationship Advice
"A perfect relationship will be achieved when neither of you cares in the slightest if the other dies."
"Also, buy my new book 'How to be Totally Stoic in 21 Easy Steps'" "What the hell, all the pages are blank, I want my money back!" "Ah, you can't change the book though, you can only change your reaction to the book. Also, no refunds."
The Next Great Stoic Competition
The reality TV phase of Marcus Aurelius's life was mostly edited out of Meditations.
Epictetus was a hardass professor
Yeah, no one ever passed his class and all his students hated him, but Epictetus didn't really let it bother him.
Sorry! And the Nature of Suffering
It is better to not even begin playing the game, as it will only lead to suffering and misery. Plus, last time I played Hegel ended up winning, even though he totally didn't deserve it.