Forget Messi. Forget Drogba. Forget Cristiano Ronaldo, even though he is very, very good...looking. The most exhilarating part of the World Cup is the fans, which is why Havaianas -- makers of the world's best rubber flip flops -- have put together "90 Minutes in 90 Seconds": legions of fans in some of New York's most colorful bars to cheer on their teams with an obnoxiousness that, because it's soccer, can only be described as "The Beautiful Obnoxiousness". You'll hear singing. You'll hear loud opinions. You'll see crazy fashion statements. You might see this guy wearing a Pistol Pete shirt, either because Maravich possessed an innate creativity that would have translated wonderfully to soccer, or because "Hey, neat shirt, let's eBay that". You also might not see him, because he is very shifty.
Pour all your passion into clicking play on that video -- because skipping it would be absolutely Rooney Tunes.
Check out that video. Then buy the most respondent sandals on the planet in 17 different national team variations at havaianas.com.