You know, you go to an event with certain expectations — fine enough expectations to have, since they always drop the balloons, and once you get there you can see the balloons right there on the ceiling, poised to be dropped — and then YOU’RE the crazy person when you actually express your excitement for your expectations to be met? It’s not like you CREATED the idea of a balloon drop! It’s not like you called ahead and asked, like, “Hey could you get a bunch of balloons and the drop them on the band or whatever, I want to see some damn balloons drop and now it’s your problem.” These assholes — EXCUSE me — these guys put the idea in your head, got you super amped about it, and now what? They’re not going to do the balloon drop until later? Are you god damn kidding me? DROP THE BALLOONS! DROP THE BALLOOOOOOONS! DROOOOOP THEEEE BAAAAAALLOOOOOOOONS! (Via Abroath.)

Comments (11)
  1. Is it this guy?

  2. He sounds like the kind of guy who normally reserves that level of enthusiasm for if he sees two girls making out.

  3. He’s American for Balloons, but British for Fenton.

  4. This is like the double rainbow guy, although I think this guy might be even more excited since he probaby felt he willed those balloons to drop.

  5. I know at least 3 dudes like this. Usually they are yelling things about Jaeger bombs.

  6. I have never been so excited about anything in my life. I am not sure whether that makes me feel empty or whether I am really ok with that.

  7. Texas truly is like a whole ‘nother country…

    • This is a true fact. I have lived in Texas and I have lived in England, and between the two, Texas was a lot more like a foreign country.

  8. excited balloons guy is 2013′s excited train guy.

  9. The sad thing is, I’d probably be staring at the balloons the whole game and agreeing with this guy in my head 100%.

    • I laughed but that was probably how I sounded during the last Flaming Lips concert, except you couldn’t hear me as well over the music.

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