Perspective served on a poppy seed bun with mustard, relish, tomato, onion, hot peppers, celery salt and a pickle
A Day At The Ol’ Ballpark
The Wife and I along some friends made a trip out to Wrigley Field for a beautiful Sunday matinee. Since the arrival of The Wee One my attendance at the ol’ ballpark has admittedly lagged, but I’ve found that regardless of how much time lapses between visits, there’s a tried and true collection of characters who will be at Wrigley to greet you. I’d like to take a moment to give each of these stereotypes their proper due.
- The Guy Who Still Keeps Score By Hand & Will Forever Have Stories About How He’s Been Through More Pain As A Fan Than You Have
- The Kids Who Think They’ve Seen More Disappointment Than You Have – they’re idiots.
- The Bleed Cubbie Blue Hairs – we should all be so lucky to find a woman to go to baseball games with into our eighties.
- The Cute Girl In Your Section That Keeps Getting Up And Crossing Your Field of Vision Unknowingly
- The Girls Who Know Exactly What They’re Doing…
- The Guy Who Won’t Let Go of the Summer of ‘69
- The Frat Boy Doucher
- Kids Wearing Flat Brim Hats and/or T-Shirts Without Using The Sleeves – What the hell is the thought behind either of these looks? I’m all for sun’s out guns out but these kids are setting themselves up for hilarious wedding slideshows
- The Dad At The Game With His Kid(s) Fighting His Every Impulse To Pound Old Style Like He Did In College
- The Pregnant Girl At The Cubbie Bear Double-Fisting Miller Lite.
- The Pseudo-Celebrity Uncomfortably Wearing The Attire
- The Girl Who You’re Now Really Hoping Isn’t Pregnant & Is Just An Out of Place Beer-Bellied Brewers Fan Who’s Still Double-Fisting Bombers at The Cubbie Bear
- The Random Couple Who Are Totally Into PDAs
I know I’m doing a disservice to many of the remaining standbys but my hangover is setting in. At the end of the day, despite our encouragement to Go Cubs Go, it’s good to know some things will never change.
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