Take Us to A Boca Game!

lforrest

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Hello,

We're two women in our 20s from San Francisco, CA here in Palermo Viejo for the week & want to go to the Boca game this Sunday.

We'd like to go with someone who has been before and can pretty much act as our guide--purchase the tickets for us, escort us from Palermo Viejo and back, protect us from the crazies--you know, the basics. Or rather, everything an outfit like "Boca Experience" would do.

In exchange for playing Boca Guide we'll happily purchase your ticket and a few rounds of beer. We'll also throw in some extra $$ if that would help motivate you. We're very chill and are basically looking for a cool expat that likes futbol and wants to make a little spending money. Our other local friends are away for Semana Santa.

If you're interested message me here, or better, email me at lforrest at gmail dot com, but please do it tonight or tomorrow morning before 10.

Gracias,
Laura y Stef
:)
 

ReemsterCARP

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Excuse me for asking, but why not visit a River, Independiente or Racing game? Less of a hassle to get tickets, better stadiums and above all: safer!
 

Napoleon

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lforrest said:
...In exchange for playing Boca Guide we'll happily purchase your ticket and a few rounds of beer. We'll also throw in some extra $$ if that would help motivate you. We're very chill and are basically looking for a cool expat that likes futbol...
You girls are so cute, but I hate to break it to you.

THEY DON'T SELL ALCOHOL AT THE SOCCER GAMES!!

They don't sell it at concerts either. In fact, they don't sell it within a kilometer (.61 miles) of the stadium on game day, because the locals can't control themselves.

And I'd love to take you to the game, but my jealous Argentine girlfriend might try to run us over with her car.

suerte
 

mini

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Napoleon said:
You girls are so cute, but I hate to break it to you.

THEY DON'T SELL ALCOHOL AT THE SOCCER GAMES!!

They don't sell it at concerts either. In fact, they don't sell it within a kilometer (.61 miles) of the stadium on game day, because the locals can't control themselves.

And I'd love to take you to the game, but my jealous Argentine girlfriend might try to run us over with her car.

suerte
Um... Maybe she meant "after the game"... That's how I read it.
 

Napoleon

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mini said:
Um... Maybe she meant "after the game"... That's how I read it.
That's not at all how I read it, but then again, I have been drinking beer at concerts & sporting events since I was 15. :p

But that being said, I responded that way because I was feeling a little feisty this Semana Santa.

NOTE TO THE GIRLS:

You should go to Palermo tomorrow to see polo. And if you do, and you don't mind waiting forever in long lines, you can even get some free stuff too once you get inside.

http://eqnews.wordpress.com/2010/03/30/nota3/

Read that for all the info. And if you're thinking, "But wait a minute. I thought Napoleon just wrote that booze aren't sold at soccer games and concerts, yet you trying to tell me that it's going to be GIVEN AWAY at a polo match?!?"

Ummm yeah. It turns out that the people who attend polo matches are of a different pedigree than the other group. And this group only gets injured falling off horses at polo matches. Period.

-suerte
 

BA Art

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To be honest, and maybe I'm a little judgmental, but I had to think twice about this post. When I read we're two women in our 20's from San Francisco, I fully expected the paragraph to finish with "Buy our tickets and we'll let you be seen with us". But that just comes with the territory living in San Francisco myself and based on my jaded experiences.
 

billsfan

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I think the idea is exactly that.
Their old paying friends are out for the weekend:
" Our other local friends are away for Semana Santa."
So they need some new ones "excited" to meet young california women.
"...and wants to make a little spending money."
 
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