11 signs youre a complete bandwagon World Cup fan

first_img This is right about where the bandwagon USA fans will start saying “Is soccer over, yet?” #WorldCup2014— Sergio Azevedo (@amonkeyonacid) July 1, 2014 Two Radio Nova presenters ate stomach-turning World Cup smoothies and filmed their reactions>12 essential phrases for bluffing your way through the World Cup> Source: Christian Toto/Twitter Source: Sergio Azevedo/Twittercenter_img SO, YOU GOT The Netherlands in your office sweepstakes and now you think you’re the business.But you’re not, you’re not the business. You’re not a real football fan, but what’s the harm?You do you, fair-weather football fan.1. You still don’t really know the rulesBut damn, if people are watching it, you’ll watch it anyway. At least the bits where they attempt a goal. Source: eepaul2. You say it’s about ‘the atmosphere’Look, Brazilians! Lets support Brazil. You have a friend backpacking in Brazil at the moment too, practically a native.Eating pizza? Go with Italy. Basically whoever you’re bound to have the most fun cheering on. Source: Anne Fröhlich3. You can’t name more that a single player on a teamArgentina? Oh yeah, also known as ‘Messi’. You also have no idea what other teams they play for.This is how you view teams: Source: Andrew Matthews EMPICS Sport4. You scream things you have no idea aboutREF! Typical dive, a child could have scored that!On the other hand, ‘What a BEAUT’ can come in handy for a less-than-impressive goal. Source: photoloni5. You still don’t know the offside rule and don’t plan to learn itWhy bother? Source: Soccer Training6. You’re only getting into it nowIt’s like the audition stage of X Factor, it doesn’t really get interesting until the final 10.Side Note: You also compare football to TV talent shows. Source: EEPaul7. You act like you’re from the country you got in sweepstakesGO BRAZIL! We’ll, it’s ‘we’ if we’re winning, and ‘they’ if they’re losing. Source: markhillaryOr, if your pick are not playing, pick whoever looks like they might win. Source: murky8. There are more comments to be made on the footballers’ appearances than their gameIt saves you having to pretend you know what’s going on if you comment exclusively on their cool neon boots or bouncy, bouncy hair. Source: Hassan Ammar9. You have no intentions to watch another match after the finalWhen the pubs stop playing them on four super-large unnecessary screens, what fun will it be? Source: wjarrettc10. You think Suarez is a jerkSO unsportsmanlike. But it was amusing. Source: Luis Suarez11. You join in on the live tweeting, despite complaining about football tweets beforeGOOOOAL #BEL #WorldCup2014The little flags are nice, in fairness. That deafening sound is a million feet collectively jumping off the bandwagon #WorldCup2014— Christian Toto (@HollywoodInToto) July 1, 2014last_img read more

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