Laker forums and Laker Message boards like http://www.lakersball.com/forums/ are full of post game fans anxious for a batch of freshly baked cookies. (Fans doom comments) It’s like the game after the game. The cherry on top of the ice cream.
Laker fans and Laker forums widely recognize opposing fans doom and gloom comments as “cookies”. When cookies talk, they say the sweetest things! Check out that Laker message board for the most creative fans.
It’s a sobering feeling when Laker fans realize their team is about to lose. It won’t be opposing fans making the crazy comments, but fans on Laker Message Boards. For the best “cookies” go over to http://www.lakersball.com/forums for the good stuff.
Poor Cookie! Laker fans can be so impatient while waiting for doom from opponents’ fans. Immediately post game victories, Laker fan forums are buzzing with anticipation while members gather tweets and comments from upset fans and savor the victory further.
Sometimes Laker fans look for other teams fans’ doom and gloom comments online, but they can be hard to find since they have so few fans! But for the best doom and cookies, go to the Laker basketball forum at http://lakersball.com/forums/
Immediately post Laker game win, Laker fans start posting the Cookie signal and searching opposing teams message boards looking for doom, gloom, and tears. Visit this Laker fan forum for the best doom.
Laker fans on Laker Message Boards understand the feeling of losing games like any other fan. After years of mediocrity though, Laker forums are picking up steam with fans excited to talk about victory and other fans’ doom and gloom.
Laker fans and Laker fan forums now commonly refer to opposing fans crying as “delicious tears” and words of disappointment in their team “cookies”. Who better to deliver the goods than the user named Cookie over at Lakersball.com?
This looks like Laker fans after the game. On the Lakers Ball Laker fan forum, there is a thread topic dedicated to the moaning, crying, and doomsday words of fans on the opponents losing side. It’s quite enjoyable to read about. http://lakersball.com/forums/