I'm here to ask a very good question are you a sports fan or even a sports fanatic? I looked up both definitions and the dictionary states for a fan this is is "an enthusiastic devotee or follower of sports or sports team" this is of a nut is "an individual by having an extreme enthusiasm or zeal for sports or sports team ".The difference between a sports fan and a sports fanatic is a very fine line. I consider myself a nut, and I will provide you with my estimation of the fine line that separates a fan and a fanatic.
A sports fan will have a popular team they follow when they have the time. The fan will know some facts or history about a common team. The fan will attempt to go and see a common team when they have some leisure time, and it fits within their schedule.
A sports fanatic eats, sleeps and breaths everything about sports. A sports fanatic will know each fact or history detail about every sport. They know every rule, every player of a team, and every detail that's related to that team or sport. A fan will try their hardest to visit every game of a common team, and when they can't go to the game they will have a hand device or smartphone that could access the latest news or updates of the game.
The major necessity for a sports fanatic that doesn't go to the game is a huge obnoxious movie cinema size flat screen TV that uses up 50% of their living room. It will need to have surround sound stereo speakers, so it sounds exactly like sitting in the sports stadium. The furniture in the living room must consist of a large comfortable sofa, with a few reclining chairs and foot rests. There should be lots of sitting room for the fanatic to invite all his or her friends over for the "big" game. ¿¿¿¿¿
The ultimate necessity for a sports fanatic may be the food. There must be lots of food so it feels as though they are tailgating in their own kitchen. There should be lots of potato chips, dips, tortilla chips, pizza, hamburgers, and hot dogs, and far more readily available for the game. The most important may be the beverages which consist of an incident of beer that could easily fit in the refrigerator or they have their own personal little refrigerator that will contain the beers, and other beverages.
Sports fanatics will even have much more sports team gear and memorabilia when compared to a sports fan. A sports fanatic needs every little sports memorabilia of a common sports teams from the sports team jersey to only a little sports team spoon. The fanatics are also almost certainly those that liven up in hideous sports team gear, and have face paint all over them in the stadiums.
They're my personal opinions on the difference between a sports fan and a sports fanatic. If you have something to include that I omitted, please feel liberated to leave your own personal opinion of the difference from the two. Many thanks very much for taking a glance at my article, and I hope to hear some of your personal opinions of the question "Are you currently a sports fan or even a sports fanatic?"