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Saturday I went to capitalize on the nice weather and meet a few friends for drinks at about noon. Showed up to the spot, got a seat on the patio, ordered a couple of beers, and quickly saw that one guy at the bar already couldn't keep his eyes open. He was incoherently drunk, dressed like a complete slob, and it didn't take long to spot it...
...He was wearing a hat - and what self-respecting male in his 20s wears a hat to a bar, by the way - with that gaudy, cartoon elephant on it.
We ignored the loser and it wasn't long before he got kicked out. The bammer proceeded to go across the street, sit on the tailgate of his truck, and pull his pants down. He spent the next 20 minutes with his pants around his ankles, trying to direct traffic as it went by.
There was no sporting event that day. It was just a beautiful Saturday morning in Denver, and we were at a relatively nice little restaurant in one of the nicer parts of town. Everyone else was dressed well, having fun and socializing, but this guy just had to get ripped up and act like a jerk.
It's startling how similar these people all act, no matter where in the country you encounter them.
This post was edited by Denver Vol 12 months ago
"When we step on that football field, everyone flips a switch. And it's on..." - Butch Jones
Really? A downvote?
You couldn't contribute and just post on what I wrote? Thanks for participating on the board, I guess.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Denver Vol 12 months ago
Got you back +1. Haters gonna hate.
Thanks. I thought a story about a rival fan taking his pants off in public and making a fool of himself would go over well.
I ran into a gas station attendant that told me my 12'er was going to cost double cause of my UT shirt. I asked if she was a Candy fan, cause I was near Clarksville, and she managed a " Nope Bama" through her sunken toothless maw. I asked if she was from there, and she had never even been there. So, I said I bet you are a Yankees fan too huh? Worthless...
I saw a Bammer at a Waffle House down here in Nashville back in December. I was grabbing some breakfast at about 8 or 9 AM before my last exam for the semester and I saw him come in. At first I thought he was homeless because he was pretty old, dirty from head to toe and his beard was long, gray and scraggly and he had some really worn and ratty pants on. Several of his teeth were missing too. He had a gray sweatshirt on that read "Alabama 1978 National Champions." He was obviously drunk as well because he really stumbled into the restaurant and was loud.
I feel sorry for the waitress because the man's order was unintelligible. I think he ordered some coffee and eggs, but I'm not totally sure. He started talking to the stranger in the booth next to him about Bama and then about how "awesome Reagan was," and then about the election. I kid you not, he said (in the middle of a Waffle House with several African-American employees) that he didn't want "no blacks votin' in my federal goornment" (he meant to say 'government' but that's how it came out) and kept yelling "Roll Tide" loudly and quite boistorously. Dude was a total clown.
I know a good deal of intelligent, polite, self-respecting people from Alabama but man, this guy was something else.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Fear_Smokey 12 months ago
"What did he do? All he did was score!" - John Ward
Lol. There are some pretty foul ones out there, man.
As an appendix to my story, after the guy's friends finished drinking, they all hopped in the truck and drove away. No one was sober.
We would have called them in but we didn't get a chance to see the license plate. What low people.
"Give him six" "We don't give a damn about the whole state of Alabama" "Grit N Grind"
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