You know that feeling when your favorite musician is having a concert and there is no one you can go with? That feeling is not great, to say the least. The same thing goes for sports games. So, how do you solve that problem? Puppies. Puppies are the answer to everything.
Promising someone a puppy is just the way to get them to do whatever you desire or go wherever you want. This young woman is obviously very invested in her father’s team’s win thanks to the puppy she was promised. We would do it for a puppy too, honestly.
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.
Long Live the Chief
The Cleaveland Indians surprised everyone (even their fans) when they made a turn to the World Series in 2016. The fans were fueled with creativity and created some incredible signs to cheer their team on. Sure, the Indians ended up losing to the Cubs, but they still have their fans' signs as a happy memory from the event.
The sign in the picture depicts Chief Wahoo, which used to be the team's mascot. There were hundreds of signs just like this one but with different captions splayed across his chest. The mascot is a little controversial, but his popping biceps used to be the fans' pride and joy.
No Idea? No Problem!
What do you do when you want to make a sign for your favorite team but you have no ideas and no time for it? You wear this lack of time and ideas on your sleeve. Or, on your sign, for that matter. Just like the girl in the picture did. "Couldn't Think of Anything" seems to be as good a caption as any.
Just look at how happy this fan is with her sign! All that a sign needs really is for the fan holding it to believe in it. That, and for numerous people to be watching it on TV.