Fathers and daughters have that kind of relationship you can’t find anywhere else. But it seems that for this daughter, there are some things more important than her dad. One such thing is getting her favorite player to bat for his team. This sign holder is a Red Sox fan who wanted everyone to know where her allegiance lies.
And as if trading your father for a bat wasn’t enough, this girl chose the unfortunate timing of Father’s Day to hold up her sign. We’re sure that it was all done in good humor and that the father was in on the joke the whole time. He might even be taking a selfie with his daughter’s sign in this picture!
If your court date collides with an NFL game, well, it seems like a no-brainer. This guy is probably now deep in some legal issues, but at least he got himself to the game in time. It's all about priorities really. He doesn't seem to be too bothered either.
Whatever happens to this dude, he seems to safely surrounded by his bunch of buddies, who, if we're honest with ourselves, probably helped land him in court in the first place. They have definitely been up to stuff.
Hangovers are for the Weak
NFL games can be hard on the body, but when you're in, you're in until the very end. This woman probably spent yesterday drinking and cheering, only to wake up to the next game where she does it all over again, and so on and so forth. Who really has time to recover?
We do appreciate her honesty, everybody else is likely going through the same thing, they perhaps are just suffering silently. They should ake some notes form her, she looks like she's having a great time. No matter who wins.
Think of the Children
Sports fan dads have but one wish — to raise their children to be fans of their favorite team. Children who refuse to root for the same team as their fathers' should that they risk being disowned. This father has obviously made a deal with his potentially rogue son who is cheering for another team.
This Angels fan obviously holds his favorite team close to his heart, and the thought of his son betraying the family values and becoming a Cowboys fan is more than he could bear. His sign urges Mike Trout, the Angles outfielder, to help him support his very important cause. We hope it worked!
Not all sports fans have a clear idea of what they want to write on the sign they bring to the game. Not all of us have the time to do it right or are born copyrighters. That doesn't mean the sentiment isn't there. Sometimes, however, the best thing to wright comes to you at the very last minute.
This woman now knows all about the power of last-minute thinking. In an effort to make a sign for her favorite team, the Blue Jays, she came up with what was probably the funniest sign in the game. When you think about it, a sign that reads "I made a sign!" could work for pretty much any sports event out there. We might end up using it ourselves someday.