Your NSFW street scene

Looking back, I probably should have taken this as a pre-game omen.

There were actually two of those decked out like that. Good times in Jax.

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28 responses to “Your NSFW street scene

  1. illinidawg

    Oh no, bad words on GTP, take me to the fainting couch . . . mothafukss!

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  2. Opelikadawg

    If you ever need a photo to replace Vince and the Godfather I think you’ve found ir.

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  3. Adam Smith

    I believe that’s Charles Grant in the passenger seat.

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  4. ChiliDawg

    I love it!

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  5. Macallanlover

    Yeah, MFs and sucking dicks—the language of live game days the past three weeks. No, I don’t miss attending the games any more, nor what tailgating as a social event has become. I am hardly a Pollyanna, or unfamiliar with the lingo, I just choose to act differently in social situations, and with folks who appreciate more civil times. Pleasant memories, not to be sullied by what has become acceptable. Carry on guys, I like my Saturdays more than what I see/hear about today’s environment. Attendance being down around the country may be a good thing, imo. We seem to fall to the lowest level of those around us, is there any respect for the ladies and children in attendance by anyone? If that offends anyone, so be it; someone has to cry foul (even if from afar.)

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    • Although I laughed, that is not a game I would take my 8 year old to. Not sure what age he will have to be before I take him.

      There is so much trash around that whole stadium- and I’m talking about the locals not actual garbage.

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    • Charles

      I think the ladies will be just fine.

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    • The Dawg abides

      Sorry Mac, this Dawg ain’t answering your whistle.

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    • DoubleDawg1318

      I’m sure back in your day no one used foul language, got hammered, or engaged in questionable behavior during football games. Nice dog whistle Mac.
      #OldManYellsAtCloud
      #GetOffMyLawn

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      • Macallanlover

        I didn’t say that. I have been as drunk in my college days as anyone (but not really since), and I have said all those words, and more, bur we didn’t do it openly in mixed company. And if we did, we were brought back in line for it. Now it is open said in people’s faces, and written for all to see. I can assure that did not happen without being handled by the larger group. Not saying it wasn’t done by a few of the trashy folks away from where I was, but only within that group and not the general public. You can believe that, or not, for all I care, but it is true. Society as a whole was more civil and respecting of others. And yeah, I miss that.

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        • ChiliDawg

          Oh the irony…. it’s killing me

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        • Gurkha Dawg

          Mac, you are 100% right. In my college days, I was as loud and obnoxious a drunk as you will ever meet. I had a great time, but am not proud of my behavior. A few times someone would tell me to calm down a little, and I would. It’s a different world.

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    • california_dawg

      Um where does it say ‘suckin dicks?’ I don’t blame you for being offended. Every stadium and fanbase is vulgar to varying degrees. We are no exception. This golf cart is pretty PG compared to some of the stuff I’ve overheard in Sanford.

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      • Gurkha Dawg

        He’s referring to the LSU chant.

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      • Macallanlover

        I understand that cali, and I am not overlooking that it exists all over public gatherings. I attend very few games anymore, and this is just one of my reasons for cutting back. By the way, the “sucking dicks” comment was directed as the LSU fan base which has adopted this as part of their “culture”, and in a very public way. I know people who had not experienced that until 2 weeks ago, and have stated they will never, ever return to Baton Rouge. If attending games and just accepting it as “everyone does it” works for you, have at it. It explains to me why this behavior has become more widespread.

        I am not directing this at you, just responding to your comment. I saw it at the Colorado game a few years ago when the student section in the stadium, including the CU band, did the “FU Georgia” chant. Their prez couldn’t believe it and apologized the next day, but it didn’t really matter at that point. Nor did the skateboarding CU students after the game on the way to parking lots assaulted and Georgia fans (including the elderly ones) by pushing them from behind or slapping their hats off. Hey, as you say, it is everywhere; that’s kind of the point, isn’t it?

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        • Uglydawg

          Thanks for sharing those thoughts Mac…even knowing (and good for you, not caring) that you would be belittled by some who, for some reason, resent you for it.

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        • 79Dawg

          Of course, the LSU students (we were a section over from them) also chanted “F**k you Georgia” pretty loudly 2 or 3 times during the game as well, LSU dad next to me put “ear muffs” over his 8 year old…
          I’m sure Title IX hearings at LSU get really interesting when the students get asked if they’ve ever participated in “Neck” at the football games…

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    • ChiliDawg

      You’re such a miserable curmudgeon. Frankly I’m glad I never have to worry about you leaving your hole.

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  6. J-DawG

    I’m with you. There needs to be a social code for all concerned without the F-bombs flying around within earshot of women and kids.

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  7. Soccerdawg

    I was in the area of LaFayette St. The issue there was drunk frat boys, both Ga and Fl, getting drunk and fighting. Once that happened the police presence was so great I was completely safe with my 17 yo son.

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  8. UGA '97

    Missed the turn for the worlds largest outdoor convertible low rider golf cart party

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  9. illinidawg

    Lyle Alzedo wouldn’t be very popular here.

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  10. AusDawg85

    Just your average South Georgia fans being rewarded for having the game in Jax. Good times.

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