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Here are some of the comments I overheard Tuesday while played softball with the Jonas Brothers and crew. Enjoy the photos.
Girl to the guys: "I'll be the one wearing a wedding dress at the concert."
Another girl: "I'll have the sign that says -- 'It's crazy to be dangerous.' Look for me tonight!"
Another girl: "Joe, I liked your hair better now that it's curly again."
Other girl: "That's rude to say."
Girl responds: "Well, I liked the straight hair too!"
Most yelled at Joe, Nick or Kevin, depending on who happened to be closer to the crowd.
I heard: "Blow me a kiss." "Will you wave at me?" "Look for me in the crowd tonight." "Please, photo?"
One girl was raving with how some of the brothers had thrown their sweat rags to the crowd and they were jealous they didn't get one.
"If the stars weren't around, the girls behind the fence would get the attention of their younger brother shown above, on the left, with a bat. He's next to the Jonas' dad.
"Love you Jonas brothers." "Can we come around the fence."
Some of the younger fans had adorable Disney autograph books they clutched to their side waiting for an opportunity to push it towards the Jonas brothers.
The girl below asked if she could get some of her shirt across the fence, would he sign it. She did...and he signed it.
By the way, we lost the softball game. The band's saxophone player asked if he could get a longer solo in the concert for hitting four home runs. He was told yes. I'm wondering if he really did get a few extra bars Tuesday night.
After the game, the diamond stayed interesting. The boys tried to see if they could hit the All-American Creighton softball pitcher who played with us. They couldn't. They realized quickly the huge difference in speeds between slow-pitch and fast-pitch.
Inside, the guests were treated to BBQ. The fans patiently waited for the Jonas brothers to wrap up with lunch. No one really knows when it's a good time to interrupt and ask for an autograph.
Thanks to everyone who took part on both sides of the fence.