There is so much about this video that I inherently do not like. As a Saints fans I find myself annoyed that it features the pure, (literally) unadulterated joy of a Falcons fan. As someone who has attended many emotional games on enemy turf I find myself bothered that it makes light of physically instigating altercations with opposing fans who are minding their own damn business. That said, I'm having a hard time considering this compilation of dairy abuse anything other than a net positive.
You see, for as much wrong taking place in this video, there is one very distinct right and that is the choice of target. At the risk of endorsing bullying or - even worse - victim shaming I simply can't consider the Packers' fans that had foam cheese flicked from atop their head anything less than deserving.
Maybe it's the fact that the culprit appears to be a relatively young girl. Maybe it's just impossible to be upset at someone for putting their hands on a stranger if they do so while skipping. Whatever the case may be, I can't - in good conscience - side with grown folks donning obnoxious, view altering representations of their city's most prevalent export as an accessory. If you willingly wear a chunk of cheddar on your head then you've basically put a bullseye on your back. Just take a look at the one lady that looked like she was thinking about doing something. I have never seen a less intimidating person in my entire life. The way she was prov-alone in responding to the mild inconvenience of having her cheese block knocked off says all you need to know about her level of self awareness. It's nothing short of completely disingenuous to get mad at the ratty-haired girl you drew the attention of when you are walking around in unfamiliar territory looking like a human mousetrap.
I don't like this chick, I don't like her favorite team, and I don't like her inability to keep her hands to herself. That said, I appreciate her taking it upon herself to do the public service of further emasculating Green Bay Packers fans that are less deserving of basic human decency than Aaron Rodgers is of love from his family and friends.