More commonly known as Cubs fans.
Yesterday was the last hometown game of the season and I couldn't be HAPPIER or more relieved. (I wanted to buy a cake and some balloons and c-e-l-e-b-r-a-t-e!)
For the past six months I've had to tolerate them on my train to and from the city.
Imagine twenty and thirty-somethings, clad in red and blue, being loud and obnoxious--and laughing at nothingness.
I could spot them (and hear them) from a mile away (the cans of beer in their hands are the first giveaway).
The video speaks for itself.
But I'm free of them now. I'm free!
Now during my commute, I'll no longer overhear discussions of whores and getting wasted, or homophobic remarks, and how badly they lost yet another game.
I won't have to deal with any of that until April of next year when baseball starts again.
Go back to your bars and trailer parks and wherever else lowlifes dwell. I won't miss you one bit!
Until next year, assholes.