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    It just doesn't make sense and seems a bit apeish to me
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    Sport is for pussies
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    not all boys like sports, just the way not all girls dislike sports
    I, on the other hand, HATE SPORT
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    im not a boy
    but they get you moving, and get fit
    lots of fun, especially with mates
    good hobby
    most of the time- lets you get out any tension, anger or frustration
    good for socialising.
    want me to go on?
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    Inevitably linked to evolution, I would surmise.
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    because its so much fun!
    ( I personally practice Rugby and Judo)
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    (Original post by chaseside)
    It just doesn't make sense and seems a bit apeish to me
    When have you ever seen an ape play sport?
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    Its fun with friends and it keeps you looking buff. And it provides a platform for competition. Why not?
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    competition and evolution dominant male blah
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    competitive element. alpha male idea... feeling good for being the best. challenge. excitement. fun

    now why do women chat so much on the phone? coz they're too lazy to do sports
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    Competition.
    Teamwork.
    Fun.
    Fitness.
    Fun.
    Fun.
    Competition.
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    Urgh sports.
    I for one dislike most forms of sport.
    Especially PE at school. What a collossal waste of my time.
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    I think boys are naturally inclined towards competitive physical activity, in the same way that girls are naturally inclined towards making themselves look pretty.
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    (Original post by Rehehelly)
    Competition.
    Teamwork.
    Competition.
    Fun.
    Fitness.
    Competition.
    Fun.
    Competition.
    Fix'd. >____>
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    I don't like sport

    Well I'm not against it, when I do play I'm quite alright, but I can' be arsed. It's not something I'm that fussed about and thankfully a lot of people around my area aren't either. Rock n roll and a beer for us please.
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    because its physical? and generally more competitive than the average girl's hobbies?
    dunno, shouldnt be a huge difference between the genders though..
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    (Original post by Mr Roboto)
    I think boys are naturally inclined towards competitive physical activity
    Only 1 in 10 boys I know are as you describe
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    Inevitably linked to evolution, I would surmise.

    When have you ever seen an ape play sport?
    Hmm but it's pretty apeish. And behaviour like being obsessed with a ball being kicked around doesn't imply you've 'evolved' much sorry.
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    Personally I don't like sport. But apparently Its a biological competitive domination thing, like socially acceptable war.
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    (Original post by ClivePounds)
    Only 1 in 10 boys I know are as you describe
    True - but I suppose thats in our Metropolitan, metrosexual lifestyle... for me, its more like 5/10 of the lads I know... but thats probably because I'm quite sporty myself...
 
 
 
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