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    I despise football. My hobbies include philosophy & cooking and I'm just as manly as the next guy, tbh.
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    I have little interest in it. I hate English football, mainly because you get this whole idea that the fans have to be 110% behind their team and everyone has to be a 'hard man' and has to be on the pitch every moment of the game - if you're on the floor, you're a pansy; if you miss more than one goal you're ****...and yet the comments come from blokes who play football with their mates, or not at all...

    I do, however, like watching La Liga; I pay attention to it. I much prefer American sports though - Canadian Football, American Football, Hockey, and Baseball. I'd find it easier to keep up with them if I lived Stateside, but I make do with following my teams of choice on twitter - the sports seem based more around camaraderie and team spirit than calling the other players '****'.
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    (Original post by farhan)
    Yep. It's called homosexuality if they don't.
    Call me a fag and plug my back side.

    I don't like football, then again, i'm hardly your average guy, with all the positive and negative connotations you can imagine.
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    Yes, yes they do!
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    (Original post by Bagration)
    I despise football. My hobbies include philosophy & cooking and I'm just as manly as the next guy, tbh.
    Not if this is the next guy:
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    (Original post by jonnyofengland)
    Ah yes, because you're a far more respectable person if you choose to watch a sport that consists of one guy catching the ball and everyone else trying to kill him.
    Well you know what they say, rugby is a thug's game played by gentlemen and football is a gentleman's game played by thugs. The same might also be said of the spectators.
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    (Original post by Lefty Leo)
    Call me a fag and plug my back side.

    I don't like football, then again, i'm hardly your average guy, with all the positive and negative connotations you can imagine.


    :awesome:
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    (Original post by Haeron)


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    LOL, top stuff.
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    (Original post by burningnun)
    Not if this is the next guy:
    Most footballers -- or even football fans -- are not like you fitness chaps though :P Sure if you can lift a ******** of weights I will concede you're more masculine than me, but not if all you can do is play football :P
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    (Original post by burningnun)
    Not if this is the next guy:

    Yeah but this pic has been carefully cropped so as not to show the pink frilly apron or the feather duster.
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    (Original post by Singh_2)
    Football is life. Life without football would be death.

    I can't imagine a life without football. How do you pass your time if you don't like football? :eek:
    TV, films, books, other sports, porn, video games, having sex, socialising, writing crap on the internet, stalking, praying, listening to music, playing board games, playing an instrument, singing, cooking, masturbating, volunteer work, curb crawling, drinking, taking drugs.

    There's quite a lot of other stuff you can do you know:p:
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    (Original post by Long Haired Teen)

    If you really feel the need to be manly put on a lumberjack shirt, chop some wood, drink a beer and talk about girls. :rolleyes:


    :p:
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    (Original post by MrGumby)


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    Exactly XD

    I wondered how long it would take someone to pick up on this.

    All together now..... "I'm a lumberjack am i'm okay..." :woo:
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    I'm gay and I like football. Though I do find the majority of gay men aren't interested in it or any sport for that matter. Too busy trying to improve their looks I guess.
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    (Original post by Αξιολογος)
    Well you know what they say, rugby is a thug's game played by gentlemen and football is a gentleman's game played by thugs. The same might also be said of the spectators.
    I have that on a t-shirt.
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    (Original post by jonnyofengland)
    I have that on a t-shirt.
    There we go, we now have it in writing, the truth cannot be doubted.
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    I orgasm over Football.
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    (Original post by DaneCook)
    I orgasm over Football.
    Because orgasming over 22 sweaty men in shorts is totally not gay.
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    I wish I could play football but I can't because of my disability
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    I was interested in football quite a bit as a neutral until about three years ago when I got sick and tired of all of the sillyness going on with it , I only really watch FA Cup matches these days.Shame really as I don't think it's too bad as a sport tbh
 
 
 
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