Sunday, December 27, 2009

Show your team spirit!

One of the best ways to show team spirit and support your sports team of choice, is to paint your chest. Die hard fans show up in the stands in groups, painted in team colors, with an encouraging message emblazened on their bare chests. What better way to show your support? It shows you're serious and really gets the message across.

Some people shy away from this tradition when the weather is chilly, but the really serious fans will stand and shiver proudly, bearing their team colors. Ok, please don't make yourself sick, you know if you can handle the weather or not. But seriously, it's encouraging to look up from the field in inclement weather and say, "Those six fools up there are so into this game, this team, they are up there freezing their nipples off to support me. Dang, let's give 'em game they can be proud of!"

So, next time you go to a game, get together with some of your buds and show some team spirit!

Some places, this is a serious tradition. Check out the Longhorn Hellraisers:

Check it out, even the coach is getting into it!

Golf? You guys rock! You expect to see this at a football or baseball game, but way to push the envelope. And of course the player approves.

Now, the more of your torso and face you cover with paint, the better. The more paint, the stronger the spirit, so don't slack off here. Same thing with quality of the paint job. Make it look sharp. Now this guy wins all around. Mad props, man. You rock!

Now these guys win points for a really crisp paint job, and for the artistry on that eagle.

Watch out for this problem:

Strong sunscreen and a base tan can help prevent this.

Like I said, next big game that comes up, try it out. If you are nervous about the idea, doing it in a group should help. Besides, its pretty much expected at many sporting events anyway. Don't be afraid to be the bold one!

1 comment:

  1. There nothing like shirtlessness to promote male bonding, it should be actively encouraged. Going without a shirt is healthy and normal for men.