I was in the hockey pep band. Nothing you could possibly say would leave me "butthurt". The fans there were far more hostile.
I'm just honestly curious what the band apparently did to people that is "dishing it out", but clearly I'm not going to an answer. Cause if band people are being mean, then that's not cool. Although I doubt that's the case.
Learn something new everyday..... Today I learned that hockey had a pep band.
you are right,the student section should sing Spongebob Squarepants and call me maybe during the game. That'll distract them Jaguars!
To be fair, that was specifically in response to Michael Beasley when we originally did it. His KSU profile listed Spongebob Squarepants as one of his favorite shows. "Mi-kel Beez-lee" fits so nicely into that song, and I'm still amused by the...
"Who lives in a pineapple under the sea?"
We just kind of kept it after that, though the Michael Beasley in the middle went awry at some point.
Last night it seemed like they were doing the Cameron crazy thing. And nobody likes that. Looks like amateur hour in Hilton last night. That dance off to Call Me Maybe during TV timeout??? Absolutely embarrassing
I remember exactly what I said. In defense of comments other people said. I also said I don't like the chants but that doesn't mean they're going to stop. It just seems pointless to complain about something that isn't going to stop. Unless you want to make a thread about the band after every game. But if that's the case the team must be playing pretty well so I guess I'd take it.
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