It doesn’t matter if their team is down 4 to nil in stoppage time, if the camera falls on a group of people at the World Cup they jump up and wave their hands around and act a fool. Who cares? No one knows who you are. What’s the big deal about this? So your friends can say “Hey I saw you at the World Cup!” Okay? Great. I don’t really see how that’s a life changing moment. You’re already at the game. That should be enough for people, shouldn’t it? Why they gotta go crazy when they’re on camera? Nobody cares, son. -- Dashon from Cleveland, Ohio
I think it’s just a human impulse in society to desire fame in whatever form you can get it. When someone’s on camera at the World Cup, everyone on Earth is seeing them. Sure no one knows who they are and no one really cares, but if you’re a hot chick you can end up getting a modeling contract or something. Otherwise yeah, I guess it’s kind of pointless to be so excited about being seen. If people were smart they’d have a sign ready to hold up with a website or a company name on it to get millions of dollars of advertising for free.
|Looks like someone has a serious case of World Cup Fever!|
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