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(Deadspin)   So, what does it take to get kicked out of the U.S. Open? (video w/ language Not safe for work)   (deadspin.com) divider line 43
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2013-09-13 10:15:16 AM  
In women's tennis, I always root for the heterosexual.
 
2013-09-13 10:20:00 AM  
Mom?
 
2013-09-13 10:21:43 AM  
MASHED POTATOES!
 
2013-09-13 10:28:20 AM  
She paid for her damn ticket.  If you can't handle someone enjoying a match, go watching people play chess in the park, you pansies.
 
2013-09-13 10:31:03 AM  
Nice job, US Open staff. And kudos to the smartphone videographer for HOLDING THE PHONE THE RIGHT WAY.
 
2013-09-13 10:33:10 AM  
Reminded me of the crazy rhubarb lady.
 
2013-09-13 10:42:44 AM  

bearded clamorer: Reminded me of the crazy rhubarb lady.


Yeah. Both have Tourrettes (sp) is my guess.
 
2013-09-13 10:44:16 AM  

FrancoFile: In women's tennis, I always root for the heterosexual.


You forgot your fake dog poop.
 
2013-09-13 10:45:36 AM  
What I never understood are the warnings for "NSFW Audio!". In what world do people listen to sound at work without headphones? I would think at most workplaces ANY audible audio is NFSW due to annoying others.
 
2013-09-13 10:48:36 AM  

This Looks Fun: bearded clamorer: Reminded me of the crazy rhubarb lady.

Yeah. Both have Tourrettes (sp) is my guess.


That's not what Tourette's is. They just like cussin'.
 
2013-09-13 10:53:51 AM  

This Looks Fun: bearded clamorer: Reminded me of the crazy rhubarb lady.

Yeah. Both have Tourrettes (sp) is my guess.


Reminds me of a woman from a preseason NFL game I attended a few years ago.  She was pretty hilarious.  She kept yelling "C'mon, do some football sh*t!" and variations thereof.  Funniest was probably "C'mon Ben [Roethlisberger], do some of that receivin' sh*t!"
 
2013-09-13 11:03:55 AM  

FrancoFile: In women's tennis, I always root for the heterosexual.


There are no good white basketball players.
 
2013-09-13 11:23:33 AM  
I have a Penis Williams
 
2013-09-13 11:28:34 AM  

Arkanaut: This Looks Fun: bearded clamorer: Reminded me of the crazy rhubarb lady.

Yeah. Both have Tourrettes (sp) is my guess.

That's not what Tourette's is. They just like cussin'.


YMMV, but I have worked with populations of disturbed children and Tourette's manifests itself in many ways. The shrill style of speech in both ladies presented is too similar to be ignored. Not only that, but that they same the same things over and over again. Another good bet is Asperger's syndrome, but both are likely IMO because of the repetition of the same phrases. The shrillness of delivery makes it seem like Tourettes, but that's just based on my experience with both populations as youth.
 
2013-09-13 11:52:14 AM  

This Looks Fun: Arkanaut: This Looks Fun: bearded clamorer: Reminded me of the crazy rhubarb lady.

Yeah. Both have Tourrettes (sp) is my guess.

That's not what Tourette's is. They just like cussin'.

YMMV, but I have worked with populations of disturbed children and Tourette's manifests itself in many ways. The shrill style of speech in both ladies presented is too similar to be ignored. Not only that, but that they same the same things over and over again. Another good bet is Asperger's syndrome, but both are likely IMO because of the repetition of the same phrases. The shrillness of delivery makes it seem like Tourettes, but that's just based on my experience with both populations as youth.


My understanding is that Tourette's is about sudden and unpredictable verbal and motor tics, not a persistent desire to use curse words or confront other people verbally.
 
2013-09-13 12:02:15 PM  
I haven't seen someone that upset at the US Open since Andy Murray

/bazinga!
 
2013-09-13 12:09:05 PM  

kwame: She paid for her damn ticket.  If you can't handle someone enjoying a match, go watching people play chess in the park, you pansies.


So did everybody else sitting behind her.  And she didn't even have to stand because she was on the front row of that particular section.
 
2013-09-13 12:24:10 PM  

kwame: She paid for her damn ticket.  If you can't handle someone enjoying a match, go watching people play chess in the park, you pansies.


Tennis has this thing about decorum.  It's kinda like golf, where you're expected to enjoy the competition without producing more noise than what would be polite.
 
2013-09-13 12:25:58 PM  
White Zinfandel is a hell of a drug.
 
2013-09-13 12:29:38 PM  

Arkanaut: kwame: She paid for her damn ticket.  If you can't handle someone enjoying a match, go watching people play chess in the park, you pansies.

Tennis has this thing about decorum.  It's kinda like golf, where you're expected to enjoy the competition without producing more noise than what would be polite.


Exactly.

If I'm at a concert or a football game, I don't get upset about the people in front of me standing up or making a lot of noise, that's expected behavior.  If I'm at a tennis match or the symphony, then not so much, again expected behavior.

/I just wish they would start throwing out the loud douchebags at the golf tournaments.
 
2013-09-13 12:32:28 PM  

NASAM: /I just wish they would start throwing out the loud douchebags at the golf tournaments.


The next time I hear someone yell 'GET IN THE HOLE!' I want to hear six people yell 'SHUT THE FARK UP!'
 
2013-09-13 12:41:26 PM  

Arkanaut: kwame: She paid for her damn ticket.  If you can't handle someone enjoying a match, go watching people play chess in the park, you pansies.

Tennis has this thing about decorum.  It's kinda like golf, where you're expected to enjoy the competition without producing more noise than what would be polite.


Additionally, loud noises from the fans are considered distracting for the players, and the chair ump will often tell fans to STFU (well, you know, "quiet please") before a service.  I've actually even seen fans yell "out" and confuse a player who then doesn't return the ball and loses the point.
 
2013-09-13 12:45:41 PM  

DemonEater: I've actually even seen fans yell "out" and confuse a player who then doesn't return the ball and loses the point.


That should get you an automatic lifetime bannination from every major tennis event in the world.  We have the technology.
 
2013-09-13 12:45:41 PM  

lakrfool: So did everybody else sitting behind her. And she didn't even have to stand because she was on the front row of that particular section.


If you don't like people standing in front of you, pony up for better seats.
 
2013-09-13 12:59:18 PM  

kwame: lakrfool: So did everybody else sitting behind her. And she didn't even have to stand because she was on the front row of that particular section.

If you don't like people standing in front of you, pony up for better seats.


I hope you die in a plane crash so I can say at your funeral, "If you don't like being incinerated in a giant fireball, take the bus."
 
2013-09-13 01:02:07 PM  

kwame: lakrfool: So did everybody else sitting behind her. And she didn't even have to stand because she was on the front row of that particular section.

If you don't like people standing in front of you, pony up for better seats.


That's not how it works. And that's why she got booted.

/checkmate
 
2013-09-13 01:03:22 PM  
You can not be serious!
 
2013-09-13 01:09:54 PM  

idesofmarch: I hope you die in a plane crash so I can say at your funeral, "If you don't like being incinerated in a giant fireball, take the bus."


And make sure 'pony up' so your ticket is first row, so there's no one in front of you.
 
2013-09-13 01:21:23 PM  

lakrfool: idesofmarch: I hope you die in a plane crash so I can say at your funeral, "If you don't like being incinerated in a giant fireball, take the bus."

And make sure 'pony up' so your ticket is first row, so there's no one in front of you.


When it comes to spiting people at their funerals, I'm always there bright and early.
 
2013-09-13 02:21:47 PM  

Arkanaut: My understanding is that Tourette's is about sudden and unpredictable verbal and motor tics, not a persistent desire to use curse words or confront other people verbally.


Well, sometimes, but a verbal tic can literally just be repeating "no, fark you" while persistently clearing your throat. And they don't have to be the same 1 thing over and over. It can be like a soundboard sometimes where they repeat like the same 5-10 things (along with throat clearing or something similar). And the physical tics are similar. We had one kid that always had the same tics. If you asked him a question, he would slap both of his shoulders. If he walked through a door, he would face the wall next to the door and spin. They can be completely situational. This seems like more of that "I don't give a shiat." "fark you" with the standing and the "come on play tennis." Like I said, it fits the bill for me, but other people who have worked with different populations might see it differently. IANAD.

Extreme Tourette's (or "movie Tourette's") is the classic "coont face!" "ball-licker" "eat dicks!" but that even follows the pattern of same 5-10 things repeated ad nauseum. And it's superduper rare. I never worked with that population.
 
2013-09-13 02:23:54 PM  

Arkanaut: My understanding is that Tourette's is about sudden and unpredictable verbal and motor tics, not a persistent desire to use curse words or confront other people verbally.


My favorite was a kid with Asbergers that always said the same thing: 
"Are you a longhorn or a short horn?"
[Your response didn't matter]
"Take a whiff; then you'll know."

All day. It was hard to mad at that kid.
 
2013-09-13 02:33:16 PM  

kwame: lakrfool: So did everybody else sitting behind her. And she didn't even have to stand because she was on the front row of that particular section.

If you don't like people standing in front of you, pony up for better seats.


Really bro? TROLLHARD
 
2013-09-13 02:43:31 PM  

detroitdoesntsuckthatbad: I haven't seen someone that upset at the US Open since Andy Murray

/bazinga!


i know it was a joke, but when serena williams got all threatening at a line judge was fun too

idesofmarch: I hope you die in a plane crash so I can say at your funeral, "If you don't like being incinerated in a giant fireball, take the bus."


get a load of this classy motherfarker
 
2013-09-13 02:53:00 PM  

idesofmarch: I hope you die in a plane crash so I can say at your funeral, "If you don't like being incinerated in a giant fireball, take the bus."


It would be hilarious if his fireball of a plane crashed into your "too cool for a fireball" bus and he survived only to go to your funeral and be like "if you don't want planes crashing into your bus, pony up for a subway ticket."
 
2013-09-13 02:58:07 PM  

Arkanaut: kwame: She paid for her damn ticket.  If you can't handle someone enjoying a match, go watching people play chess in the park, you pansies.

Tennis has this thing about decorum.  It's kinda like golf, where you're expected to enjoy the competition without producing more noise than what would be polite.


I wish tennis expected the same of the players.
 
2013-09-13 02:58:44 PM  

kwame: lakrfool: So did everybody else sitting behind her. And she didn't even have to stand because she was on the front row of that particular section.

If you don't like people standing in front of you, pony up for better seats.


Just to be clear though, this is not the right way to think about seats. You pay for a seat to watch a sporting event. You should be able to watch it sitting down. If you pay for standing room only, you should expect to stand (in the "stands" no less).
 
2013-09-13 03:00:13 PM  
I hate people who go to events and can't let people around them enjoy themselves. I don't care if it's the cheap seats. A ticket is not a invitation to be an asshole. It's why I tend to watch movies in the theaters through Amazon Instant Video. People in the theaters don't care about making disruptions.
 
2013-09-13 03:10:19 PM  

ChrisDe: Arkanaut: kwame: She paid for her damn ticket.  If you can't handle someone enjoying a match, go watching people play chess in the park, you pansies.

Tennis has this thing about decorum.  It's kinda like golf, where you're expected to enjoy the competition without producing more noise than what would be polite.

I wish tennis expected the same of the players.


If you talk too loud, I can't hear Sharapova orgasm.
 
2013-09-13 06:22:29 PM  

Arkanaut: This Looks Fun: Arkanaut: This Looks Fun: bearded clamorer: Reminded me of the crazy rhubarb lady.

Yeah. Both have Tourrettes (sp) is my guess.

That's not what Tourette's is. They just like cussin'.

YMMV, but I have worked with populations of disturbed children and Tourette's manifests itself in many ways. The shrill style of speech in both ladies presented is too similar to be ignored. Not only that, but that they same the same things over and over again. Another good bet is Asperger's syndrome, but both are likely IMO because of the repetition of the same phrases. The shrillness of delivery makes it seem like Tourettes, but that's just based on my experience with both populations as youth.

My understanding is that Tourette's is about sudden and unpredictable verbal and motor tics, not a persistent desire to use curse words or confront other people verbally.


She has a variation of Tourette called DT's, as in Drunk Tourette syndrome.
 
2013-09-13 07:29:06 PM  

kwame: f you don't like people standing in front of you, pony up for better seats.


Sorry dude, it's tennis, not football.
 
2013-09-13 07:54:24 PM  
What a b*tch. :/
 
2013-09-14 02:40:44 AM  

idesofmarch: kwame: lakrfool: So did everybody else sitting behind her. And she didn't even have to stand because she was on the front row of that particular section.

If you don't like people standing in front of you, pony up for better seats.

I hope you die in a plane crash so I can say at your funeral, "If you don't like being incinerated in a giant fireball, take the bus."


and with a name like kwame, make sure you sit in the back of the bus. Amirite?
 
2013-09-14 02:41:34 AM  
Near-terminal case of You're Not The Boss Of Me Syndrome. And, given how this thread's going, not the only one.
 
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