wave your flag, but don't shove it in my face every nanosecond you've got

Wednesday, June 30

what i'm going to say right after this will probably make you go: owh c'mon, we all know that!
so here it goes - so we all know it's the world cup season right now (WC).
it is everything that all the football fanatics will think, dream, eat, walk, sleep, breathe about.
it's everywhere that it's like a "must" to somehow or in someway be involved in it/get associated with it. (which is the purpose of this post, which you will come to realize any moment from now)

don't try to deny that it's not a fever spreading all over the world - bringing people together (or at some point breaking people apart because i know some people can really take it seriously when it comes to dotdotdot VS. dashdashdash) & creating an epidemic that will only die down once the virus (WC) is over.
(on second thought i think a little hangover will start to kick-in first before it actually dies down completely)

words like spain, germany, brazil, argentina, portugal, england, "GOAL!!!" and more "goaaaaaaaall!!" replace usual, everyday vocabs. songs like shakira's addictive & sexy "waka waka" will drown many ears and take over many planets called ipods. even social networking sites like facebook and social platforms like twitter gets flooded with updates on daily games and scores as they slowly take up the duty of daily newscasters and sports sections in the paper. the "best" part is, even people who are generally not a fan of football prior to this WC fever, starts "watching" and get all "hyped up" by posting updates of each game within nanoseconds. thank you for shedding light to the world that you're a person worth noticing just because you publicize non-stop about your act of being in the now-crowd.

heck, even true footie fans don't update as much as you bunch of so-called "fans" do. i just don't get it!!?!?!?!! what are you trying to prove? because as far as logic goes, true footie fans already know the scores and what's going on in the games so they don't need immediate updates while non-footie fans don't give two hoots about them. then there's the non-footie fans that are hyped-to-join-in-the-footie-fun-just-for-the-fun-of-it who watch, enjoy but don't go spamming every single social platform they've sign up for - they're fine. i ain't talking about them.

so yeah, why again? what are you trying to achieve...yes you... if you find yourself guilty of the charges laid out above. do you derive pleasure from all that spamming? do you get the attention needed, the ones that you're looking for from selective individuals? are you trying to impress someone?
i ain't stating that what you're doing is wrong...i'm just curious...just like how you're just "spamming for the fun of it" :)


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