The Boston Bruins have recently come out with some very clever and funny ads featuring a giant bear punishing Bruins fans for various crimes against Hockey fandom. The ads are below.
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Bill Simmons has touched on this too on a more general level, but what are the unwritten rules to being a soccer fan in the US? If a giant bear had to enforce the law at your local stadium, what would he be enforcing?
My first suggestions:
- Do not adopt a British accent when singing
- Buy a jersey that fits… please. I don’t care if it’s game-worn or what, buy the right size so we don’t have to get see a full topographic map of your man-boobs during the match.
- Do not be many of the guys I mentioned in my old “People who go to American soccer bars post.”