September 13, 2013

The Bones Police

My husband took the boys to the UM UF game last weekend. We won't be going to another Miami game... ever... for any reason.

It had nothing to do with the loss. It had to do with the low quality fans.

As my husband walked back to his car with the kids, strangers were cussing at my kids. Telling them to go the F*** home, that Gator fans weren't f***ing welcome in Miami. That maybe they thought they were still in Florida, but they made a mistake, they were in f***ing Miami now and they needed to go the f*** home and never come back.

And it went on the entire way back to the car. So we won't come back.

Fights were breaking out all of the parking lot. My family watched as a guy was being beaten to a pulp and when my husband grabbed a cop to tell them the reply was, "Sir, we have our hands full. We can't help everyone."

So he took my boys to where some emergency personnel were gathered and told them instead.

Yeah, we won't go back. We don't recommend anyone go down there for a game. It's not safe.

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Bones has become the dress code police at school. He still has not found a dress code.

There is a group of kids that hang out together. Yesterday, one of the girls showed up wearing shorts, a bra, and a completely see-through shirt with flowers on it.

He could not believe it.

She came up to him to say something and he said, "I'm not talking to you until you get some clothes on..." and he walked away.

I guess it caught on with the guys and all the guys told her the same.

By the end of the day, she'd found a sweater to put on. And as soon as she was covered, all the guys started speaking to her again.

We've been laughing about it.

Posted by Boudicca at September 13, 2013 09:19 PM
Comments

FIrst, Way to go, Bones!
Know about bad fan situations - had season tickets for may years to Vikings games... Chicago fans were fine, some general fun heckling, but we all enjoyed the games. Green Bay? Wouldn't go. One time Security was called because 3 guys were threatening my 70 yr old father on his way back to our seats, and this was at OUR stadium - I can't imagine Green Bay!

Posted by: Tom at September 14, 2013 04:27 AM

Bones can date my daughter. You have reared great kids!

Posted by: Mrs. Who at September 14, 2013 11:14 AM

I'd be willing to bet that Bones just changed that girls life. He may never pass math but he can change the world without it.

Posted by: baccck at September 15, 2013 12:31 AM

... wow, what a frightening experience at the football game...... visiting Neyland is always a pleasure... win or loss, everyone is friendly and well behaved......

Posted by: Eric at September 19, 2013 08:47 AM

My Uncle saved for a long time for a new car - his first ever and proudly put his teams stickers on it the day he got it and took it to a home game that night. He came out, elated huis team had won and some sore loser had scratched " SUX" into EVERY PANEL of a car that was less than 24 hours old. He was devastated! Who are these people!!??

BTW I love to see reverse peer pressure. Maybe we could introduce Bones to poor old Miley Cyrus. She looks like she could use some help!

Posted by: Shaz at September 23, 2013 05:03 AM