Monday, December 8, 2008

Tell Patrick Willis This Isn't Violent

I have a friend who started to complain when the conversation shifted to football at a party on Saturday night. He's not a sports fan and was lamenting that talking about sports is boring. As an MMA fan, I told him that he should, at the very least, like football as it's just as violent. He replied that it wasn't really that violent and that the hard hits didn't occur often enough. I submit this clip of a hit I saw yesterday as my rebuttal.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

one great hit a game still isnt violent enough. let them kick each other while they are down. put people in sleeper moves. or even tickle the person with the ball. i think football is lacking in adventure. it is the same plays over and over and over and over again. its like watching the same movie 100 times and the only thing that changes is the director adds 10 minutes of new film and a slightly different ending. p.s. not liking watching sports does not make me gay. I am great in bed and thats why im a daddy now.

Anonymous said...

chris, i have to agree with you. if you're into sports for the violence, football qualifies. and adam, if you're going to complain about the monotony of football perhaps you can explain the allure of playing the same exact video game two plus hours a day for the last two months. and being a girl and liking sports does not make ME a guy, i'm fantastic in bed and that's why i'm a mommy now.

Chris said...

I love to see couples fight via comments on the blog. It's an honor. Let's just face it, Adam doesn't like football because everyone likes football and he doesn't want to follow the crowd. Plus, it gets magnified every time someone tells him he should like football. Lastly, I don't think he really knows all the rules, and we know what happened last time Adam tried something without knowing the rules, that's why he is a daddy now.

About Health Blog said...

He's not a sports fan and was lamenting that talking about sports is boring.