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PizDoff
6/03/2012 11:42pm,
What kind of sick soccer rugby sport is this? I'm looking at you British people!


http://i.imgur.com/jDwb3.gif

Sumo players frown in dismay.

Lindz
6/04/2012 1:35am,
Spermball?

2groggy
6/06/2012 9:05pm,
Brownian Motion Improbability Drive?

WhiteShark
6/07/2012 3:30pm,
Who cares! It is clearly the GREATEST SPORT EVER!

judoka_uk
6/07/2012 3:50pm,
What kind of sick soccer rugby sport is this? I'm looking at you British people!

http://i.imgur.com/jDwb3.gif

Given the level of padding I'm going to assume its American Football.

Smackjack
6/07/2012 4:49pm,
Given the level of padding I'm going to assume its American Football.

Damn that **** cuts deep. But at least we can smile about it with all of our teeth.

Permalost
6/07/2012 4:51pm,
All children's sports, circa 2015.

RWaggs
6/07/2012 5:23pm,
Given the level of padding I'm going to assume its American Football.

It is cute when you Brits try to stroke your own sporting egos by implying that the padding used in our football makes it a soft sport or something. It's okay, though. We know that you know you're full of ****.

Plus, these getups were clearly designed by Peter Gabriel
https://encrypted-tbn3.google.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRIZ5cbvDV46y9rlHxHo1yoA6ScC5hxF 58Zex6yAOqfSi8sjWzvLg

judoka_uk
6/07/2012 5:37pm,
It is cute when you Brits try to stroke your own sporting egos by implying that the padding used in our football makes it a soft sport or something. It's okay, though. We know that you know you're full of ****.

I know, you guys are totally hardcore with your 15 seconds of heavily padded activity followed by 10 minutes of changing teams and adverts.

Its a really impressive physical feat to keep your eyes open for the 18 hours necessary to watch an American football game.

cualltaigh
6/07/2012 5:38pm,
Damn that **** cuts deep. But at least we can smile about it with all of our teeth.

After 13 years of rugby (sans any padding) I've still got all my teeth to smile with. Sure, all my front teeth are dead and held in by dental concrete, but they're still there.

P Marsh
6/07/2012 5:42pm,
I know, you guys are totally hardcore with your 15 seconds of heavily padded activity followed by 10 minutes of changing teams and adverts.

Its a really impressive physical feat to keep your eyes open for the 18 hours necessary to watch an American football game.

Well at least **** gets done where as soccer seems to be an exercise it watching 20 or so grown men fake injuries like 6 year-olds trying to get their older brothers in trouble until the audience gets so drunk and bored at the lack of goals that they decide riot to counteract their complete lack of entertainment.

judoka_uk
6/07/2012 5:42pm,
After 13 years of rugby (sans any padding) I've still got all my teeth to smile with. Sure, all my front teeth are dead and held in by dental concrete, but they're still there.
Wasn't there an Aussie rules guy who during surgery they found an opponents tooth lodged in his arm several months after the event?

judoka_uk
6/07/2012 5:43pm,
Well at least **** gets done where as soccer seems to be an exercise it watching 20 or so grown men fake injuries like 6 year-olds trying to get their older brothers in trouble until the audience gets so drunk and bored at the lack of goals that they decide riot to counteract their complete lack of entertainment.
Football is completely and utterly gay. No argument from me there.

cualltaigh
6/07/2012 5:49pm,
Wasn't there an Aussie rules guy who during surgery they found an opponents tooth lodged in his arm several months after the event?

Don't know about an AFL player - which would be surprising given they are only half a rung higher than soccer players on the manliness football stakes - but there was a rugby league player:

http://www.epiccarnival.com/2007/07/theres-tooth-stuck-in-your-head.html

judoka_uk
6/07/2012 6:00pm,
Don't know about an AFL player - which would be surprising given they are only half a rung higher than soccer players on the manliness football stakes - but there was a rugby league player:

http://www.epiccarnival.com/2007/07/theres-tooth-stuck-in-your-head.html
Didn't know Aussie rules guys had a bad rep. Yeh that's the one and the guy with the tooth in the head as well that rings a bell.

Still nothing on Buck Shelford at the Battle of Nantes.

RWaggs
6/07/2012 6:01pm,
I know, you guys are totally hardcore with your 15 seconds of heavily padded activity followed by 10 minutes of changing teams and adverts.

Its a really impressive physical feat to keep your eyes open for the 18 hours necessary to watch an American football game.

Yep, you don't know anything about American football.