Sure, after a rather convincing win in game 4, the Phillies are on the verge. And while nothing’s over till it’s over (if the Rays hitters decide to show up, they may come back), the world is already bracing for the (seemingly) inevitable. In fact, people are already making plans for the parade: “phillies parade” is the #6 search term being googled in the country.

Are Phillies fans that petulant?

3 Responses to “Philles fans prematurely planning victory parade”

  1. Sarah Green says:

    I want to know who all those people are Googling “crossfit workouts.” What are those, and will they make me hotter?

  2. I’m surprised that that many of them know how to use the internet.

  3. Not sure if you realized it, but the Phillies did indeed have that parade you are referring to…I think Billy Wagner tried to drive his car behind the real championship players’ float. I would say better luck next year Mets, but we know luck can’t even help you guys.

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