This kid is the sweetest and must be protected at all costs. He looks young enough to believe in Santa, but don’t let that (or his sign) fool you. Sure, at first you think that a little kid believing in Santa and want to say “Awww”. Then you realize he wouldn’t have written the sign at all if he had thought Santa was real. Basically, this kid has the last laugh and all we can do is bow down to this future comedian.
By the way, have you noticed how popular Christmas is at football games? It seems that football fans keep involving Santa in their games as if Santa was no less of a fan himself. You know what? Maybe he is. It’s not like he has anything better to do during the rest of the year, he might as well get a hobby.
All I Want for Christmas
Some people ask for money for Christmas, some ask for a new Playstation game, and some have more humble requests, like their favorite team to make it to the Playoffs. Just like this lovely lady right here who is asking Santa's help because her team's coach is probably not doing his job very well.
If it was up to us, we would grant her wish and add some arts and crafts material. It looks like she could use them to put together some more signs for her beloved team.
Does He, Really?
Football fans will probably never get tired of making fun of Tom Brady. This time it was at a game between the Buffalo Bills and the Patriots. This hysterical sign spotted in the crowd reads "Tom Brady sits when he pees". We aren't sure about the source that tipped off this important piece of information but we assume it's the same one that said Tom Brady gets cranky if he doesn't take his afternoon nap.
We wonder who that source was and if Brady could have a restraining order to prevent them from planting a hidden camera in his bathroom.
This sign was held up by an enthusiastic fan during a 2018 game between the Steelers and the Kansas City Chiefs. During this game, James Conner stepped in to fill in as a running back for the Steelers instead of Le'Veon Bell. Steelers fans who also liked "Saved by the Bell" are sure to appreciate the humor here.
At this point, Conner had just got back to playing after a few years of battling several health issues. In 2018, however, he came back with a bang, scoring two touchdowns for the Steelers and becoming a fan favorite.
What a Prince
This picture was taken in 2016. You know, when people could trouble themselves with their favorite sports teams rather than the Australian bushfires and the use of plastic straws. It was a simpler time, which is sadly gone, along with our hopes, dreams, and relative sanity. Take this couple for example — their favorite team hasn't made it to the playoffs since 1999 but that doesn't stop them from hoping. Oh, dear.
We do appreciate their loyalty, we'll give them that. Plus, it's not like they were hoping in vain. Sure, the Buffalo Bills didn't make it to the playoffs that year, but they did make in two years later in 2018. They must have partied like it's 1999 when that happened.