Ah, selfies. The great American pastime.
During a Major League Baseball game on Wednesday, two male sportscasters spotted a group of sorority sisters in the crowd taking selfies while watching the game.
Instead of continuing their narration of, you know, the actual sporting event, the sportscasters decided to turn their commentary towards the young women and their cell phones.
“Selfie time,” one of the sportscasters proclaims. “Maybe they will tweet us their fan photo.”
It’s worth noting that while this commentary was going on, there was a banner ad on the screen asking fans to tweet photos from the game using a specific hashtag.
Check it out.
From there, the sportscasters continued to mock narrate the young women taking selfies, even commenting on their food.
“That’s the best one of the 300 pictures I’ve taken of myself today,” one of the sportscasters says.
“Hold on, now take a selfie with the hot dog. Selfie with the churro. Selfie just of a selfie,” the same sportscaster jokes later in the clip, pretending to be one of the young women.
“Here’s my first bite of the churro. Here’s my second bite of the churro,” says the other sportscaster.
“The beauty of baseball is you can sit next to your neighbour and have a conversation, or you can completely ignore them,” says on of the sportscasters at the end of the clip. “Can we do an intervention?”
Yes. Because no man has ever taken a selfie at a baseball game.
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