How NOT to Celebrate a Championship

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How NOT to Celebrate a Championship
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Winning a championship is a relatively rare occurrence for fans, franchises, and professional athletes alike. Well, for most of them. It's far more likely to be a once-in-a-lifetime experience than a regular event. 

The urge to celebrate in a big way is only natural. Fans take to the streets immediately to enjoy the moment with their fellow fanatics. Franchises often take to the streets a few days later, usually on a parade route. And athletes take to the clubs for VIP victory parties. 

Obviously, that's speaking very generally. Some people like to do their own thing, of course, which is totally fine because there is no right way to celebrate a championship. 

However, there are plenty of wrong ways. When you're too wrapped up in the moment, bad things can happen. You can embarrass yourself, hurt yourself, hurt someone else or end up looking like a complete jerk. 

You can even up in jail. A championship should be a night to remember, not 20 years to life. 

Here are 21 ways NOT to celebrate a championship. 

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