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#46 - This **** pisses me off. If I ran into a barbecue shack… 03/25/2015 on muh racism +1
#32 - But sports bars have women. Usually, pretty attractive too. Ho…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/23/2015 on He knows it -8
#60 - shadowgandalf (03/23/2015) [-]
How many attractive women are in the average sports-filled douschecave?

But then again, what does this even have to do with anons argument? How does it refute it?
#29 - Well, thats because sports fans don't go around shoving action…  [+] (24 new replies) 03/23/2015 on He knows it +224
User avatar #367 - optimism (03/24/2015) [-]
fukkin lol
User avatar #286 - Johnsfer (03/24/2015) [-]
It's amazing how ignorant you are, truly amazing to assume shit like that.

#89 - newfeliperuiz (03/23/2015) [-]
Speak for yourself
#57 - fargfive (03/23/2015) [-]
So does that mean I've been using this wrong?
#31 - anonymous (03/23/2015) [-]
No, they go around wearing the uniform of their favorite sports team in what can only be considered a form of cosplay. And start incomprehensible conversations with random people about their fandom.
When together with other sports fan's, which they usually meet in special sports bars, they will talk about which sportsdude is best sportsdude, and analyzing the most recent sports episode.

You might also catch them playing virtual sports games, where they are in control of what happens in their favorite sports with their favorite sportscharacter. Sort of a way to be part of it. Which they might later talk about with their fellow sportsfan's, and discuss what happend as a form of fanfic.

Caution is adviced, if you insult their favorite group of sportsdude's they might become overly defensive or even aggressive.
User avatar #398 - jouten (03/24/2015) [-]
I once saw a documentary about how sports (documentary was particularly soccer, it was a german documentary) is a lot like religion. Not only on a auperificial level like people praising and admiring "gods" together but also it'on many more social effects it has. It was pretty interesting. Will post if I find it.
User avatar #311 - fukinitech (03/24/2015) [-]
its better than beating off to your hobby, i dont have a waifu of carmelo anthony, hes a role model for me and i love the sport.
User avatar #274 - betterguygreg (03/24/2015) [-]
i can smell the cheeto dust
User avatar #263 - makomirocket (03/23/2015) [-]
I do love that "wearing a player's shirt is cosplay" argument
on the one hand, yes they're dressing as them
but on the other, its only partial (they're no wearing the shorts, boots etc) and its also a shirt too, not a bulky costume

therefor, to say that if fans can wear their tops/jerseys then we get to dress up is stupid, but if you want to wear a type of shirt or coat of a character, go ahead, I personally owned Aiden Pearce's jacket and own Dean Winchester's jacket and wear it regularly (because its a normal everyday piece of clothing, not an entire costume, just like a jersey isnt the entire kit)

Tlr. A Jersey is a shirt not the kit, a cosplay is a costume, wear a character's clothes, not the costume
User avatar #401 - chillybilly (03/24/2015) [-]
Technicality aside, the point being made still stands.
User avatar #447 - makomirocket (03/24/2015) [-]
its not a technicality. One IS a shirt just a slightly different shape with a pattern, the other is a full costume. As I said, want to cosplay as a character that dresses in "normal" clothes, then go ahead, but dont expect to not get comments when you wear your winged costume to the shops
#255 - hakeemthedream (03/23/2015) [-]
athletes are not characters. they are real people
#267 - anonymous (03/23/2015) [-]
And your point is?
#413 - hakeemthedream (03/24/2015) [-]
my point is fans of athletes are forming legitimate relationships (however distant they may be) with actual people. They represent an allegiance to a college or a hometown. Athletes are people well deserving of the glory they receive, because unlike most of the people here, they're doing something extremely difficult that benefits society. Sports both drives the economy, and generates leisure for millions of people.
#431 - twilightdusk (03/24/2015) [-]
Anime and Video games are also huge, profitable entertainment industries, so I'm not sure why you're trying to make a point about sports stars benefiting the economy when artists, VAs, etc. are doing the same thing.
#471 - innocentbabies (03/26/2015) [-]
>>#413, I know I'm a bit late to the party, but actually, both sports and anime are drains on the economy. They take away resources that could be used somewhere where it would actually do something useful. Just because it makes money, does not mean it actually helps the economy.
#198 - thebroble (03/23/2015) [-]
But the fan base of Sports fans tend to be much less socially awkward than the fan base of Anime. Maybe the reason sports fans aren't seen as weird for their obsessions is because you're more likely to meet an extremely socially awkward anime fan than a sports fan. Yes both have groups of people have their terrible people. But I don't think the most socially awkward sports fan would be as creepy as the most socially awkward sports fan. Mainly because sports are a social thing and have stadiums built for people to socialize and watch their game. Anime is a TV show. You can a watch it alone and have a relatively same experience.

TL;DR Sports are social events therefore you meet less socially awkward people at sports events as opposed to the more socially awkward anime crowd. Not to generalize.
User avatar #242 - nitroxiii (03/23/2015) [-]
I'd believe that the social awkwardness is because sports fans are considered normal in society so they are never really shunned or ridiculed for bringing up their passion of sports and are generally able to easily integrate into social circles/society, whereas the opposite is true for anime.

When you are shunned for having an interest in anime culture, you have less opportunities to learn how to behave socially as you develop as a human being, therefore rendering you generally more socially awkward into your teen and young adult years (and potentially even beyond).

Not fitting in and not having opportunities to be social as you mature is more often the cause for the socially awkwardness rather than the obsession directly correlating to it.

You can be an insane car freak and be almost autistic about cars and I'd say the same about sports and people would kind of accept it as just a quirk since it's not considered that "weird" by society to be into cars or sports, whereas even showing a passing interest in anime and just mentioning that you like it and not even really discussing it in detail can turn people off just because society has placed in their brain that "anime is weird".
#145 - twilightdusk (03/23/2015) [-]
Not to mention how pumped up they get every season finale, painting their faces/bodies to represent the sportscharacters they hope will come out on top and screaming at the top of their lungs everytime something good/bad happens to their favorite sportscharacters.
User avatar #135 - Milvath (03/23/2015) [-]
I wear Armani Exchange because I wanna cosplay as an Armani Exchange model ignoring the fact that I'm a fat lard ass growing a neckbeard and lack a fedora
User avatar #99 - fkelly (03/23/2015) [-]
I-I don't even know if sports is a word ant more, it doesn't sound right.
User avatar #80 - taniv (03/23/2015) [-]
Or they play real sports
#32 - BustaNinja (03/23/2015) [-]
But sports bars have women. Usually, pretty attractive too. How many of those does anon have in his anime cave? And if its drawn on a pillow, it doesn't count.

#60 - shadowgandalf (03/23/2015) [-]
How many attractive women are in the average sports-filled douschecave?

But then again, what does this even have to do with anons argument? How does it refute it?
#27 - Oh man, this is my favorite party game. Whenever I go to a par…  [+] (5 new replies) 03/21/2015 on good luck +64
User avatar #231 - thesweetape (03/22/2015) [-]
Sounds like that episode from How I Met Your Mother
#178 - anonymous (03/22/2015) [-]
bullshit, you can't get laid without saying a word
User avatar #93 - thedarkestrogue (03/21/2015) [-]
youre a dick

but youre a dick who helps others
#153 - hongkonglongdong (03/21/2015) [-]
Hey, if they get slapped, they get to learn the lesson "don't do shit because some guy at a party told you to".
User avatar #172 - techjoker (03/21/2015) [-]
Well, the lesson is the same - if you go up to a girl, the worst that can happen is a slap, so Imo the dude should be thanked regardless of whether or not the nerd succeeds, since it boosts his confidence regardless.
#17 - "Damnit Tim, what the **** are you doing?" … 03/12/2015 on Neat stuff 2 0
#171 - If you're an idiot and try to cut the square tubing, it'll tak… 03/09/2015 on sore loser 0
#9 - 5 minutes with an angle grinder and a metal cutting disk.  [+] (5 new replies) 03/08/2015 on sore loser +13
#23 - anonymous (03/08/2015) [-]
5 minutes .. that is square steel. Gonna take more than 5 minutes.
#171 - BustaNinja (03/09/2015) [-]
If you're an idiot and try to cut the square tubing, it'll take longer. Considering this exact thing is what I do as a welder daily, I think I know my shit.
User avatar #39 - heartlessrobot (03/09/2015) [-]
All you gotta do is grind away the welds.
#29 - Edensfire (03/08/2015) [-]
Have you ever used an angle grinder with a metal cutting disk? Id be surprised if it took anymore than 5 minutes.
User avatar #11 - altairibnlaahad (03/08/2015) [-]
And you beat me to it by 38 seconds.
#39 - Wait for her to inevitably hit on you, get her in a room, wait…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/02/2015 on How to deal with landwhales -1
User avatar #42 - doktorosiris (03/02/2015) [-]
Please tell me this is based on actual events.
#38 - I use to live in the Twin cities, and this WOULD matter. But t… 02/27/2015 on Why is the first one okay? 0
#214 - I did more work and had more responsibilities than a female em… 02/26/2015 on But..muh oppression. -1
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