Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Phlegmak, Jan 29, 2009.
he was talking about football, not american football.
Interesting question, and the answer is no. Shouldn't the sane option be listed as no?
There really should have been a seperate section in the voting for Canadians.
We're not American, but a lot of us watch football.
Thank you for saving me the time to post a Walter Payton video. I will add to that with a video of Gayle Sayers, one of the most amazing running backs to watch:
And some NFL Greatest moments:
Yes, I do.
yeah, Go Steelers!!
Who doesn't like a 22-man pileup?
Mmmmmh no. I find both to be pretty awesome.
I also like American football because of the cheerleaders...
Y'all on the other side of the pond have a much cooler name for it.
Perhaps I'll have to start calling it "gridiron" as well.
No I don't like it's stupid and stops every 3 seconds. I Like actual football.
My favourite sport is Hockey.
My 2nd favourite sport is football.
My 3rd favourite sport is football.
I refer to football and football as football, and if you don't get it its your own fault.
and if the 'u' in favourite and the Hockey didn't tell you, NOT AMERICAN
What are you talking about?
He's just as coherent as you usually are.
Is that a compliment or an insult? I can't comprehend your incoherence.
I prefer rugby, gridiron is just too slow... though not as painfully slow as baseball, or even worse: cricket
I call both american football AND soccer simply football, and assume that whoever I am speaking with understands.
Do you ever post anything worthwhile? Ever?
Oh, and I suppose I do like watching American football. All the time. I get into NFL and college about equally and I can honestly admit that I've put way to much emotion into how my teams do
I don't really know the rules, and it has minimal exposure here, but yeah, it's fun to watch.
He was a great one, alright. When Payton started road racing after retiring from the NFL, he used to wear a skin-tight firesuit, which is unheard of because you want it loose for comfort and to provide a layer of air between you and the fire. But to Walter, any uniform had to be skin tight to show off that physique.
Separate names with a comma.