Originally Posted by Mediocrefunkybeat
Actually, you'd be happily accepted. That's my point. I remember going to see England vs. Ireland in Twickenham in 1997 with my Dad; I would've been about nine or so. Sat bang in the middle of about two hundred drunken Irish supporters with our little England shirts on and I've never felt more welcomed or accepted since. Fantastic guys and just a good atmosphere and a good time had by all. Of course you'd get a gentle ribbing for wearing the wrong shirt, but it's all in good fun.
And that sir, is what makes a Rugby supporter different from almost any other supporter in the World.
Hahaha really? That's good to hear though. I don't mind rubbing shoulders a bit with the opposition, except for when Celtic is playing the scum (Rangers). Not too friendly there. But yes, rugby is a gentlemens sport.