Some Bears fans showed up to Lambeau Field to watch Bears-Packers, and they came prepared with a head-based zinger.
You see, Packers fans wear cheeesheads, so these guys have cheesegrater heads.
I applaud their ingenuity in the field of sports fan accessory. However, I'd like to point out some logical flaws with their outfits.
1. Cheeseheads depict cheese with holes in it. We can presume this is swiss cheese. Swiss, a soft, malleable cheese, is rarely served grated. A cheese slicer would have been more apropos.
2. The cheesehead does not in fact indicate that the fans are supporting pieces of cheese -- the team is the Packers, not the Cheeses -- so destroying cheese does not imply the Packers will be destroyed.
3. Cheese graters, one might argue, are pro-cheese: they facilitate the eating of cheese.
4. If they actually grated the cheeseheads of their opposing fans, it would look super weird, since they'd be standing inches apart rubbing each other's heads rhythmically back and forth.
However, I can't recommend a more fitting cheese-themed headpiece for Bears fans, so for now, I fully endorse Cheesegraterheads.