Baseball Announcers Poke Fun at Sorority Girls Apparently Obsessed With Taking Selfies
Sorority sisters were caught on camera taking selfies of themselves during a baseball game.
On Wednesday night, the Arizona Diamond Backs and the Colorado Rockies were facing off at Chase Field in Arizona when a group of sorority sisters managed to steal the attention from the game.
While the girls from the Alpha Chi Omega were sitting in the stands, most of them were seen simultaneously snapping selfies instead of paying attention to the game.
It became fodder for the announcers as the cameras focused on the girls.
"Do you have to make faces when you take selfies?" one announcer says.
"Wait, one more now. Better angle. Oh, check it. Did that come out OK?" the other says. "Here's my first bite of the churro. Here's my second bite of the churro."
"That's the best one of the 365 pictures I've taken of myself today!" one of the announcers added.
One of the announcers then summed up the event: "Every girl in the picture is locked into her phone. Every single one is dialed in. They're all just completely transfixed by the technology."
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