I’m kinda’ shocked nobody picked up on the hidden sociocultural implications of this year’s Super Bowl. Yeah, it should be a high-scoring, offensive-minded points-a-thon, but there’s something even more important on the line than the Lombardi Trophy – this may very well be the first class conscious title game in NFL history.
“For clarity here, for the record, I have never eaten a booger in my entire life.”
You feel like you are an option not a priority. Soccer comes after American football, basketball, baseball, and hockey.
To the culture, you were and always will be a winner.
#1: Know what teams are playing.
When a job interviewer asks a Vikings fan, “What obstacles have you overcome in your life?” An acceptable answer should be, “I didn’t kill myself or my loved ones when Gary Anderson missed that field goal in 1998.”
This is such a tragic story.
The kid who takes drinking games way too seriously. You’re scared to play him in beer pong not because he’s good, but because he will freak out if he loses.
The city of lights stood dark on November 13th; it seemed as if the darkness extended all over the world.
What I am is a football-loving woman who has had endless men tell me how much they wish their significant other would sit down and not just watch, but ENJOY football with them.