Soccer rivalries vs College Football Rivalries (US)

Soccer rivalries vs College Football Rivalries (US)

Post by Observ » Sat, 27 Oct 2001 01:40:12


I was wondering if soccer (NOT FOOTBALL, ITS CALLED SOCCER) generates
as much passsion over in your little countries as American Football
(YES FOOTBALL) does in the college ranks here. I bet you there is
nothing like the Bears playing in Lambeau field on a December night.
Or Florida vs Florida State. I bet you nothing in Europe comes that
close.

You really should all try watching a real sport (NOT BASEBALL OR
SOCCER), where you don't have to fall asleep.

 
 
 

Soccer rivalries vs College Football Rivalries (US)

Post by dope ma » Sat, 27 Oct 2001 02:05:28

shut up you fat cunt.

dope man


Quote:
> I was wondering if soccer (NOT FOOTBALL, ITS CALLED SOCCER) generates
> as much passsion over in your little countries as American Football
> (YES FOOTBALL) does in the college ranks here. I bet you there is
> nothing like the Bears playing in Lambeau field on a December night.
> Or Florida vs Florida State. I bet you nothing in Europe comes that
> close.

> You really should all try watching a real sport (NOT BASEBALL OR
> SOCCER), where you don't have to fall asleep.


 
 
 

Soccer rivalries vs College Football Rivalries (US)

Post by Warre » Sat, 27 Oct 2001 02:07:06

uninvited, unwanted and incorrect.
Football implies a combination of foot and ball which doesn't describe fat
blokes in padding running into each other.
If you can't understand football don't comment.

Warren

Quote:
> I was wondering if soccer (NOT FOOTBALL, ITS CALLED SOCCER) generates
> as much passsion over in your little countries as American Football
> (YES FOOTBALL) does in the college ranks here. I bet you there is
> nothing like the Bears playing in Lambeau field on a December night.
> Or Florida vs Florida State. I bet you nothing in Europe comes that
> close.

> You really should all try watching a real sport (NOT BASEBALL OR
> SOCCER), where you don't have to fall asleep.


 
 
 

Soccer rivalries vs College Football Rivalries (US)

Post by john russel » Sat, 27 Oct 2001 02:27:14

*** off you fat***
 
 
 

Soccer rivalries vs College Football Rivalries (US)

Post by Captain Blac » Sat, 27 Oct 2001 02:22:52


Quote:
> uninvited, unwanted and incorrect.
> Football implies a combination of foot and ball which doesn't describe fat
> blokes in padding running into each other.
> If you can't understand football don't comment.

Besides 'soccer' is a contraction of association football. And we invented
it, so sod off back to your graceless, steroid-pumped clods running into
eachother.
 
 
 

Soccer rivalries vs College Football Rivalries (US)

Post by gb8e » Sat, 27 Oct 2001 02:38:13

Soccer as you call it is the biggest spectator sport in the world,
FACT. American Football as it's known everywhere outside America is
only taken seriously in countries that are shit at real Football
(Soccer 2u), FACT!


I was wondering if soccer (NOT FOOTBALL, ITS CALLED SOCCER) generates
as much passsion over in your little countries as American Football
(YES FOOTBALL) does in the college ranks here. I bet you there is
nothing like the Bears playing in Lambeau field on a December night.
Or Florida vs Florida State. I bet you nothing in Europe comes that
close.

You really should all try watching a real sport (NOT BASEBALL OR
SOCCER), where you don't have to fall asleep.

 
 
 

Soccer rivalries vs College Football Rivalries (US)

Post by Glen Heima » Sat, 27 Oct 2001 02:57:14

Quote:

> Soccer as you call it is the biggest spectator sport in the world,
> FACT.

We, in the states, don't care if you are the biggest spectators.  Though
you might try wiring your mouth's shut to control that obesity.

American Football as it's known everywhere outside America is

Quote:
> only taken seriously in countries that are shit at real Football
> (Soccer 2u), FACT!

So then!  That means that you are all American Football fans at heart?
Quote:



> I was wondering if soccer (NOT FOOTBALL, ITS CALLED SOCCER) generates
> as much passsion over in your little countries as American Football
> (YES FOOTBALL) does in the college ranks here. I bet you there is
> nothing like the Bears playing in Lambeau field on a December night.
> Or Florida vs Florida State. I bet you nothing in Europe comes that
> close.

> You really should all try watching a real sport (NOT BASEBALL OR
> SOCCER), where you don't have to fall asleep.

 
 
 

Soccer rivalries vs College Football Rivalries (US)

Post by Andrew Smit » Sat, 27 Oct 2001 02:59:16


Quote:
> shut up you fat cunt.

Best bait response of all time.

This fish swam in a public school.

a.

 
 
 

Soccer rivalries vs College Football Rivalries (US)

Post by Andrew Smit » Sat, 27 Oct 2001 03:00:13


Quote:
> *** off you fat***

This one made snot come out my nose.

a.

 
 
 

Soccer rivalries vs College Football Rivalries (US)

Post by Ian Motte » Sat, 27 Oct 2001 03:08:27

Quote:


> > Soccer as you call it is the biggest spectator sport in the world,
> > FACT.

> We, in the states, don't care if you are the biggest spectators.  Though
> you might try wiring your mouth's shut to control that obesity.

> American Football as it's known everywhere outside America is
> > only taken seriously in countries that are shit at real Football
> > (Soccer 2u), FACT!

> So then!  That means that you are all American Football fans at heart?

Three hours of stop, go, stop......... go, stop........ go, stop........
punt...... stop.... timeout.....go, stop...... go, stop....... go, stop.....
(gratuitous shot of cheerleader).... go, stop....... timeout.... commercial.....
go, stop.... penalty flag.... do over...... go, stop.... another flag....

And that's just the first 15 minutes, talk about freaking boring.

Ian

 
 
 

Soccer rivalries vs College Football Rivalries (US)

Post by Monke » Sat, 27 Oct 2001 03:16:07


Quote:
> I was wondering if soccer (NOT FOOTBALL, ITS CALLED SOCCER) generates
> as much passsion over in your little countries as American Football
> (YES FOOTBALL) does in the college ranks here. I bet you there is
> nothing like the Bears playing in Lambeau field on a December night.
> Or Florida vs Florida State. I bet you nothing in Europe comes that
> close.

> You really should all try watching a real sport (NOT BASEBALL OR
> SOCCER), where you don't have to fall asleep.

American football?  A real sport?  Its like Rugby, but you dress up in
armour.  You soft Yank pussies.  An American football game lasts about 6
hours, but with about twenty minutes of actual play.  The fact you have
crossposted into a pro wrestling group really says it all about your
knowledge of sport.
A serious point you could have made, was the lack of big time
college/University competition in football (association) or any other sport
in the UK.  I hear college sport can fill large stadia in the States.

--
Far across the Eastern Sea, on the island called the Mountain of Flowers and
Fruit, a magic boulder had sat on the mountain's peak since the creation of
the world. Bathed in the energies of Earth and Heaven, quickened by the
light of Sun and Moon, the stone became fertile, and at last cracked open to
release its young.
From this stone egg emerged a full-grown monkey. As it gazed about and
above, golden light shot from its eyes to the farthest reaches of Heaven and
Earth.

 
 
 

Soccer rivalries vs College Football Rivalries (US)

Post by EPK » Sat, 27 Oct 2001 03:18:33

Please don't feed the trolls.


Quote:
> I was wondering if soccer (NOT FOOTBALL, ITS CALLED SOCCER) generates
> as much passsion over in your little countries as American Football
> (YES FOOTBALL) does in the college ranks here. I bet you there is
> nothing like the Bears playing in Lambeau field on a December night.
> Or Florida vs Florida State. I bet you nothing in Europe comes that
> close.

> You really should all try watching a real sport (NOT BASEBALL OR
> SOCCER), where you don't have to fall asleep.

 
 
 

Soccer rivalries vs College Football Rivalries (US)

Post by Tom O'Brie » Sat, 27 Oct 2001 03:29:26

Quote:



> > > Soccer as you call it is the biggest spectator sport in the world,
> > > FACT.

> > We, in the states, don't care if you are the biggest spectators.  Though
> > you might try wiring your mouth's shut to control that obesity.

> > American Football as it's known everywhere outside America is
> > > only taken seriously in countries that are shit at real Football
> > > (Soccer 2u), FACT!

> > So then!  That means that you are all American Football fans at heart?

> Three hours of stop, go, stop......... go, stop........ go, stop........
> punt...... stop.... timeout.....go, stop...... go, stop....... go, stop.....
> (gratuitous shot of cheerleader).... go, stop....... timeout.... commercial.....
> go, stop.... penalty flag.... do over...... go, stop.... another flag....

Don't forget "go, stop.... wait 15 minutes while they get the smelling salts so that
the tight end and linebacker can regain consciousness"

As opposed to soccer:  run around, kick the ball half the length of the field, run
around some more, kick it back, repeat, wait until the referee gets bored, go home.

Lump, ND '97

 
 
 

Soccer rivalries vs College Football Rivalries (US)

Post by Jon Russe » Sat, 27 Oct 2001 03:16:57

On Thu, 25 Oct 2001 18:27:14 +0100, "john russell"

Quote:

>*** off you fat***

IAWTP even if he can't spell his name write.

Don't forget to just say NO to playoffs

Jon Russell, the CheeseHusker

Chicago 86

 
 
 

Soccer rivalries vs College Football Rivalries (US)

Post by gb8e » Sat, 27 Oct 2001 03:39:59

is this a cry for help you stupid fat ***


I was wondering if soccer (NOT FOOTBALL, ITS CALLED SOCCER) generates
as much passsion over in your little countries as American Football
(YES FOOTBALL) does in the college ranks here. I bet you there is
nothing like the Bears playing in Lambeau field on a December night.
Or Florida vs Florida State. I bet you nothing in Europe comes that
close.

You really should all try watching a real sport (NOT BASEBALL OR
SOCCER), where you don't have to fall asleep.