This Is What Happens When You Text At The Game

Cellphone

 

Let this be a friendly reminder that texting at the ballpark is a crime against nature and the baseball gods will smite you down in the form of a Prince Fielder home-run.

 

Keep your eye on the game folks.  You know, the reason you actually left your house and attended this game.

Also, what is up with that douche who caught the ball and those lame ass hand signs he’s flashing?  Maybe it’s the shirt, or the hair cut, or the lame hand sign, or the cocky smile, but I really, really, really hate that guy.

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13 thoughts on “This Is What Happens When You Text At The Game

    • Although they should leave a prominent gap in it just in front of that rectal orifice who kept the ball. One less Trump voter wouldn’t disturb the Chandler Wobble much.

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  1. “Let this be a friendly reminder that texting at the ballpark is a crime against nature”

    I completely disagree with you, scout. Teams actively encourage social media at the game. They are trying to engage younger fans. Sorry, I love ya, but no. While the game is in progress, yes, do pay attention,especially if you are sitting where you can be hit with a foul ball, but teams want you to interact with them, especially during that 2 minute 25 seconds of down time between innings. All of you, please stop being such crochety old men and join this century. 🙂 Things are a little different now.

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    • Fine. Do it inbetween innings and not when one of the stars of your rooting team is at bat. Split hairs why don’t ya! I use my phone at the game all the time, looking up stats, player bios, etc. I just make sure to do it when there’s not action on the field.

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