Feb 14 2013
If you’re a sports fan—and we’re guessing that most of you are—than you probably find yourself watching way too much TV and wasting a lot of time reading up on all you can about them.
But just because you like to cheer for you favorite team’s, that doesn’t mean you should take that fanaticism over the top.
Remember that it’s just a game, and if you want to avoid falling into the trap of becoming one of these types of fans, you’ll absolutely treat them that way.
The Way-Too-Serious Guy
You know the guy who yells at the TV after every single incomplete pass? Yeah, this is him.
He’ll be the guy who embarrasses you when at a bar and someone who cheers for the team opposite of his own stands by your table by heckling them the entire game.
He boasts with victory and cries in defeat, and can be seen fighting in the stands if he’s had a little bit too much to drink.
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