Bottoms up, because this mom may have just been under the influence when she influenced her son to hold up this sign, or maybe dad did. Who knows.
“Hi, mom, dad, remember that time when you made me offer your services for clothes from a soccer player? Well, that memory kind of triggers me now, and I need some of the money you made from selling the pants to pay for my therapy. Thanks!” it makes you wonder, maybe a lot of kids out there have soccer player stepdads.
During the global health crisis of the 2020s, most games were played in empty stadiums around the world. The virus was spreading very rapidly, and as a containment precaution, many countries enacted measures that would limit the number of people that could congregate in one place.
Therefore, depending on the stage of the virus spread, the stadium's capacity would either be limited or completely empty. During that time, many stadiums were sticking pictures of faces on the seats to get a laugh from the audience watching at home and maybe even give a sense of an audience in the seats. One person took the laughter to a whole new level.
Fun at the Linc
The Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is one of the best places to catch an American football game in the country. "Philly" fans are quite the riot, and they know how to party and have fun.
If you catch a game at the "Linc," be sure to get there early and expect to see the fans outside barbequing and partying in the parking lot. Be sure to join in the fun. This fan certainly did when he attended a friendly soccer match hosted in the stadium between the U.S. and Turkey. Don't forget a cheesesteak after the game!
Got game? This kid sure does. His sign puts out an excellent effort to get Hope Solo's number. That's one of the better pick-up lines out there, for sure. Do you think this kid got what he wanted?
Maybe he's still out there, full of hope, that one day he won't be solo anymore, and he will be able to start a family full of hope that isn't solo with Hope Solo. Try reading this paragraph 10 times faster! Maybe it will give you the brain power you need to make a better sign than this one. Or maybe not.
There are few things Italians love more than their soccer. One of them being pasta. Italians consume more than 51 pounds of pasta a year. So you can imagine that this banner doesn't sit so well with the fans in the stands.
The picture was taken in Wembley Stadium, London, during the EUFA EURO 2020 semi-final match between Italy and Spain. What do you imagine the Italian fans could write back to Spain? How inclined are the Spanish fans to take a joke?