So I jotted down a few instances where watching Premier League matches are better than sex, and here they are:
* Guaranteed two hours of entertainment,
* The TV won’t talk back to you,
* No spooning required,
* You can drink beer during it,
* It’s almost always a happy ending,
* Your team almost always scores, sometimes more than once,
* Games are almost always on, with or without headaches.
I’m sure this is mostly a joke, but wow. Damn those women, with their “talking back” and not always wanting sex. I’m sure being unfavorably compared to a TV will help this dude’s wife get into the mood.
P.S. Spooning is awesome. Suck it, haters.
This is really too bad. She was one of my favorite WNT players. We gingers gotta stick together.
And since we’re talking about sports, women account for:
47.2 % of Major League Soccer fans
46.5% of MLB fans
43.2% of NFL fans
* * *
Bottom line? ESPN doesn’t need to segregate their female audience to increase the percentage of those who connect with the brand. They just need to make the existing brand more inclusive.” —
I mean, this. (And those statistics are sourced in the blog post.)
Youngest: Morgan, 21.
Lilly’s first cap came two years before Morgan was born.” —
I mean, in one way, that’s amazing. In another way … is Lilly a serious option for next summer? Eeesh.
You (a general ‘you’) can call me self-righteous or humorless or whatever all you want. I’m not going to apologize for taking pervasive sexual assault seriously.