The DOs And DON’Ts Of Celebrating The San Francisco Giants (Just In Case)

San Francisco is looking good right now in the World Series. Even luckier for us? We’ve been here before.

But though the Series ended in our favor back in 2012, you would not have known based on the amount of damage that we, San Francisco Giants fans, brought upon our city. That was not actually a good look.

Though the SFPD strongly advised Ed Lee to not hold a viewing party at Civic Center due to the massive amounts of rioting after the last 2012 game, he has decided to actually just go right on ahead with it anyway. (We’re pretty excited about that though. Thanks Ed.)

While we hope that we’ve since learned our lesson about destroying city property and assaulting other Giants fans for no other reason than that we’re JUST SO PSYCHED MAN, let’s still revisit some dos and don’t of celebrating, should our boys bring it home tonight.

DO: Wear orange and black.

(Photo by Jonathan Newton / The Washington Post via Getty Images)

DON’T: Prepare to wear orange later


DO: Ride Muni or BART responsibly, especially if you’ve been drinking.

(Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

DON’T: Vandalize Muni.

(Image via Shawn Clover’s Flickr)

DO: Keep it classy, San Francisco.

(Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)


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