Very well known Exeweb poster
- May 6, 2005
Yes? No? I don't really know. The weirdness in protecting kids from words they either don't understand or if they do will be old enough to have heard them in the playground... it's like no one was ever a kid on here. Just puritan adults. I remember being in the Cowshed with Abel Xavier getting pelters and being called a **** in the FA Cup game and loving it - did i come home and say the same thing to my mum? No, because that's part of the learning experience as a kid. Football is outlet where you might hear stuff you don't in Sainsburys.Agree to a point, I wouldn't take my daughter to an away game - isn't that a bit sad though?
Depends on your expectations, if we want to scrub the life out of football crowds, no swearing, no hostility just happy family fun then go for it I guess. Nothing to offend anyone at any time
You'll hear just as much swearing and "interesting" takes from the old boys anyway.