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At the Preakness Stakes they’ve discontinued the BYOB policy, fired Kegasus, and even outlawed the Porta-John Beer Gauntlet. But if nature has taught us anything, it’s that drunk will find a way.
If this guy isn’t smashed, we must apologize. We are sorry… that you are naturally so uncoordinated. But chances are good that this Kansas City-area man had one too many and then tried to lean over the wall to grab a Mark Trumbo homer. As you can guess, nothing good came of that tactic. Video after the jump.
Beer pong and flip cup are tailgating staples. But creative types prefer to go for something less common. Like say playing dizzy bat, which involves chugging a full beer out of the open end of a wiffle ball bat, spinning around ten times, and then hitting a beer can as it’s pitched to you.
Unfortunately for one dizzy bat spectator at a UConn pregame celebration, his buddy’s butter fingers left him on the ground in a little bit of a daze.
If your college has a football team, the chances are overwhelmingly good that large numbers of students will drink excessively before football games, then show up to said games in an inebriated, relatively uninhibited state. (The same holds true for many college basketball programs as well, but for overall drunken student attendance, nothing beats football.) Now, these are drunk kids packed in one area together, so they’ll be especially rowdy – and it doesn’t matter where. Give even America’s brightest young minds an excuse to get drunk and put them all together in one spot, and you’ll get craziness.
This season hasn’t been the most kind to Denver Broncos fans. Their team is 1-3 as they get set to host the AFC West-leading San Diego Chargers today. So a few fans decided to deal with those woes by headbutting a parked car after getting a running start.
This Sunday, the New England Patriots open their 2011 home schedule. It’s a 4:15 game against the San Diego Chargers, and when asked if he had any advice for his team’s fans headed into the game, Tom Brady knew exactly how he wanted them to take advantage of the later-afternoon start…and got in a bit of hot water for it. He shouldn’t have.
Moms looking to mortify their teenaged daughters in front of large crowds, take note: all you need is some alcohol, some dance moves, repeated shouts of “What the hell is wrong with you people?” and a little bit of perseverance. She’ll be scarred in no time!
Tonight, the Vancouver Canucks and Boston Bruins square off in a Game 7 showdown for the Stanley Cup, and Vancouver is ready to go crazy.
A drunk Phillies fan unleashed a story about an Xbox and a friend from New York on an unsuspecting TV crew.
Sure, if you get together a bunch of drunken sports fans in a parking lot and get them all riled up, something stupid is bound to happen. And, yes, if they’re hockey fans, there’s a pretty good chance that something stupid is going to turn into something painful.