A Texas Rangers fan proudly shows off a baseball, previously thrown into the stands by first baseman Mitch Moreland. A child, right, who had failed to retrieve the ball began crying while the complete jerkstore continued her best impression of Nolan “I DON’T GIVE A SHIT ABOUT YOU AND YOUR TEARS, ROBIN VENTURA!!!” Ryan.
The child was later tossed another baseball by a Texas Rangers employee. But I hope this odious person goes home and enjoys her fucking baseball and lives with the fact that she made a kid cry at a baseball game and didn’t give a fuck.
It’s official: I cannot watch a child cry and not start to cry myself. Those two jerks suck at life.
Ok, but I also have anxiety about catching a foul ball at a baseball game because sometimes you just don’t notice the kid crying, you know? and then your picture’s all over the internet and people are calling you odious and you look look a top shelf assbutt and no one likes and then I have to go live in the middle of nowhere in West Texas for ten years until people forget all about me.
The possibility of making children cry is the only thing that might get me to go to a baseball game.
I don’t think that just because a kid wants something, you should give it to them. Especially when it’s not your kid!
Kids cry all the damn time! They cry because they don’t want to put on their shoes! They cry because the bun is too big for the hotdog! They cry over everything! It’s not the end of the world. I swear the child would have gotten over it! You don’t have to hand things over to random children just because they are crying!
Courtesy is that you give the kid the ball. I’ve seen fights nearly started over such things.
REALLY? being nice isn’t about “have to’s”…it’s the selfless nature of an act that it makes it so valuable….if he’s being a demanding little kid who wants everything then yeah i can understand some of the arguments, but if the ball was for him, then you give it to him, crying or not…BE A FCUKING PERSON.