Turn Newcastle YELLOW & BLUE

Lincolyellow1

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200 yellow balloons ordered, be delivered to me by Thursday..
Another 4800 to go - do your bit...!
Maybe the club should have sent one balloon out with every ticket.. LOL.....
 

oufc1991

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Why don’t the club get 5000 yellow scarves delivered to the away area at st James park put one on every seat and we can use them to make it yellow lol I’m sure won’t cost that much (will it )
 

Marked Ox

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Balloons are rubber, not plastic, so make sure to get Latex ones.
Latex ones are still bad for the environment according to the Marine Conservation Society.

Balloons in general cause wildlife (Dolphins, Turtles, Birds etc) to die, often a slow painful death, as they mistake them (or parts of them) for food which then isn't digested and blocks their digestive system.

Mass outside releases can be particularly bad and balloons can travel great distances, not just affecting the immediate environment.
 

SteMerritt

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Latex ones are still bad for the environment according to the Marine Conservation Society.

Balloons in general cause wildlife (Dolphins, Turtles, Birds etc) to die, often a slow painful death, as they mistake them (or parts of them) for food which then isn't digested and blocks their digestive system.

Mass outside releases can be particularly bad and balloons can travel great distances, not just affecting the immediate environment.
To be fair, don't disagree with any of that irresponsible use is to be frowned upon. But releasing balloons filled with human breath in a confined space, such as a football stadium, will not result in the problems you describe.
 

Bingy_Yellows

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To be fair, don't disagree with any of that irresponsible use is to be frowned upon. But releasing balloons filled with human breath in a confined space, such as a football stadium, will not result in the problems you describe.
Well said that man

anyone have any clue on how many tickets we’ve sold so far?
 

Marked Ox

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To be fair, don't disagree with any of that irresponsible use is to be frowned upon. But releasing balloons filled with human breath in a confined space, such as a football stadium, will not result in the problems you describe.
Any wind and some will get out of the stadium. I doubt people will hold on to them to ensure that doesn't happen.
 

Bingy_Yellows

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Any wind and some will get out of the stadium. I doubt people will hold on to them to ensure that doesn't happen.
I’ll bring an extra large bag for life to collect them from all over the Newcastle’s stadium, city centre and surrounding areas before I head home
 

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