Tennessee Fan Gets In Trouble for Being Too Loud

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  1. Texans_Chick

    Texans_Chick Utopian Dreamer

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    Haha, that's funny. I like it when the guy says something to her, she looks at him in a funny way, and goes back like he said nothing. Just give her tickets to Titans games. She won't have much to cheer about there.
     
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    The lady's reaction, sitting behind and to her left, is priceless .....
     
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    From the video, it doesn't look like she needs a reason. If there was a legitimate reason, wouldn't the people around her also be cheering? She might've been cheering because the hot dog vendor was on his up the aisle to her seat again.
     
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    This was my favorite response below the video:

    Just another woman that desperatly needs to have people pay attention to her. She is a first year ticket holder and probably knows little about the sport.
    As far as the argument that "she paid for her ticket" so did all the people around her and have to endure this dumb ***** yelling "please pay attention to me I am nothing but a set of boobs and a mouth"

    I have tended bar in the past, and I have seen the kind of woman described above many, many times. They typically walk in the door with their arms in the air, howling at the top of their lungs, "Who's ready to paaaaarrrrttttyyyyy?"

    When you see this from a bartender's perspective, it makes you flinch like someone just threw something at you. You wish it was ok to zap them with a tazer gun, because you know that what you just saw is only the beginning.
     
  6. HeartofHouston

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    On a serious note, I'm not sure if she has some sort of mental condition, so I won't speak on the situation too much. But there is a huge gray area here in this situation..

    Yes she paid her money for that ticket and should be able to cheer for her team whenever and as loud as she'd like. But this is the gray area.. you have to respect the people around you that paid exactly what you paid for that same seat and if you're constantly yelling and bouncing around like a humming bird on crack then you become a distraction to those people, which makes the game unenjoyable.
     
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    Move her out of the geritol section and down near the students. People with a pulse probably won't be as bothered by her.
     

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