A sports fan who's loyalty is contingent upon a team's success. These fans are rarely respected in the sport fanatic community because they reap the rewards of victory, without a willingness or fortitude to face the hardships of defeat.
1realist on the New York Mets message board on 8/10/2010 says "F the Mets!! I am a Reds fan now!!"
Thus, 1realist is a band wagon jumper
A person who prior to the playoffs, did not support nor cheer for a team until that team showed promise to win the championship.
Randy and Ryan are low dow rotten bandwagon jumpers becuase they started to cheer for the Carolina Hurricanes when they made the Stanley Cup final!
A bandwagon jumper is someone who changes from one team/political party to the other.
When the Red Sox won the World Series, their fans at the parade were mostly bandwagon jumpers.
March Madness is full of bandwagon jumpers. In 3 weeks, anyone knows everything about college basketball. When it will be over, they will forget it
to be a fan of the canucks. Also suddenly cheering for the canucks after not all season long.
Boy loos at that gay looking crowd of bandwagon jumpers. They sure know how to cheer for a shitty team fully of sweeds, they all can eat a dick.
1) A person who states an opinion and then changes it to agree with the people who disagrees with them
2) A person who only likes a team or a person because they are the best at what they do
If Dave says he hates pizza and all his friends say they love it and then Dave says he loves it also simply to not be the only one left out by making a statment noone agrees with he is a band wagon jumper
If Rob changes his favorite baseball team on account of there doin well he is a band wagon jumper
A person who only likes the team when they are winning, and dislikes the team when they are losing.
dude! scott only likes the vikings when their winning and talks shit about them when they are losing he's such a band wagon jumper!
Anyone who bashes President Bush and is planning to vote for John Kerry.
'Hey, look at Joe. Just last year he was supporting Bush, and now he's carrying a sign supporting Kerry. What a bandwagon jumper.'