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Lilsmitty09

Set for Panthers @ Chargers week 15 live!

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Yeah I'm going for sure. I know I'll have my girlfriend with me and my best friend, who happens to be a charger fan. The only problem with tailgating is that we're 20, and so it's always been hard to attend tailgates because of underage drinking (which I have no problem with) and I don't want any 40 year old huddlers creeping out my girl :P

I'm 29 but drink like I'm 22 so we should be good. I won't creep out your GF, but you'll both leave knowing why so many people from opposing teams want to punch me in the face. Good times.

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Here's to hoping we clinch the South and a first round bye with a win on that day!

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I'm 29 but drink like I'm 22 so we should be good. I won't creep out your GF, but you'll both leave knowing why so many people from opposing teams want to punch me in the face. Good times.

Sounds good brotha, guess I should've met up with you at the AZ game last season. I had 4 dudes that wanted to jump me and I got called out like 3 different times after the game on my way to the car.

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Good 2 see the West Coast Panthers mobilizing. My goal is to see every team before I die. I've got 9 down, 23 to go.

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Sounds good brotha, guess I should've met up with you at the AZ game last season. I had 4 dudes that wanted to jump me and I got called out like 3 different times after the game on my way to the car.

We had a fairly large Panthers fan (and Huddlers) contingent at the AZ game last year tailgating on the great lawn. I had a row of hardcore AZ guys behind my seats, and their poo talking didn't last long. I was actually more worried about the wife punching their GF's because they were screaming in our ears deliberately. I had my mom and her BF with me too, so I tried to remain calm but my mom is pretty understanding of my pacifism going out the door when it comes to assholes and their bitch girlfriends. :)

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What is this obstructed view business? You really can't see the entire field from 15 rows up? Why would they host Super Bowls like that?

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We had a fairly large Panthers fan (and Huddlers) contingent at the AZ game last year tailgating on the great lawn. I had a row of hardcore AZ guys behind my seats, and their poo talking didn't last long. I was actually more worried about the wife punching their GF's because they were screaming in our ears deliberately. I had my mom and her BF with me too, so I tried to remain calm but my mom is pretty understanding of my pacifism going out the door when it comes to assholes and their bitch girlfriends. :)

Yea man I had some drunk bitch making a scene behind me too. I honestly don't think she ever watched a football game in her life, just decided to show up with her lame ass boyfriend all dressed up.

Did you see the fight in the parking lot right after the game?

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Ever get the ditzy chick asking why there's no yellow line for first downs?

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What is this obstructed view business? You really can't see the entire field from 15 rows up? Why would they host Super Bowls like that?

The obstructed view is because the first 15-20 rows or so have a very minimal incline and are field level, so between cameras and lifts and trainers and players you can't see the field all that well. Fine by me though, got two and I go mostly by sound anyway at the games and just watch the screen and then go home and watch my DVR later.

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I'm going! Not exactly sure where the seats are though. My Bro in-law got them because his company has a contract with the S.D. stadium. My father in-law is a BIG chargers fan so it should be interesting.

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