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    So I was watching the Costa vs Netherlands match and my brother's girlfriend, who is supposedly a football nut, was acting really crazy and shouting and cheering like she was on ecstasy. My dad and I were in shock and my brother was no doubt embarrassed by her behaviour.

    What do you guys think?
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    She sounds like me, who cares if it's a turn off, let her cheer or scream as she please.
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    Not really, would love a girl who loves football as much as I do :P
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    Why on Earth would you care, especially if you are doing it/or have done that before? Obviously there is a 'limit' but she should be able to cheer of she likes...

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    Any overly nuts sports fan is irritating imo.
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    FIne if she knows the offside rule.
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    What is with all these 'Is it a turn off if...' or 'Would you date a girl who ....' threads at the moment, they're getting more and more ridiculous, she can do what she wants, I'd say its a turn on if she likes football :rolleyes:
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    who cares?
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    No.

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    (Original post by scotttb)
    FIne if she knows the offside rule.
    I'm sure she does she's more of a fan than my brother tbh. She's a proper lunatic. Running around and screaming like she's being attacked. :lol:



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    Why on Earth would you care, especially if you are doing it/or have done that before? Obviously there is a 'limit' but she should be able to cheer of she likes...

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    Well some girls do it to get attention. I don't know it seems like an edgy thing to act like a dude nowadays.
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    of course its a good thing

    when her team turns around and win, she gets high, u know whats coming
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    My ex loved football. Wasn't really something that was good or bad tbh.

    Well I say she loved it but she'd still normally prefer some reality TV program over a match. Females eh
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    (Original post by GnomeMage)
    of course its a good thing

    when her team turns around and win, she gets high, u know whats coming

    Let me guess you're a virgin? :giggle:
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    (Original post by Marky Mark)
    Let me guess you're a virgin? :giggle:
    no why
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    (Original post by GnomeMage)
    no why

    My senses were tingling. :lol:
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    (Original post by Marky Mark)
    My senses were tingling. :lol:
    is that funny?

    ok i laughed

    hahaha
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    Aslong as they don't aplaud every throw in.
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    Wouldn't really bother me. But I don't really like watching football, so it'd be a turn-off if she expected me to join in/spent all her time on it.
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    I wouldn't say so, (dare I say, the opposite )but as long as certain pre-requisites were met:

    1. She doesn't support Manchester United, Everton, Manchester City, Chelsea or Tottenham.
    2. She either has a sound knowledge of the game, or a willingness to learn.
    3. She is prepared to like both footballs (no double entendre), and lets me watch NFL when it is in season. Similar pre-requisites apply, but she must definitely not be a Patriots fan, Chiefs fan, Chargers fan nor a Raiders fan. If she roots for the Saints, Seahawks or 49ers, I would have to consider that borderline.
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    No, not at all.
 
 
 
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