I just corrected my hunny about who played in the Superbowl last year. And then followed that by filling in the blanks of who played the year before that.
I was feeling rather pleased with myself.
And then he said, "Helps when you only watch one game a year, huh?"
Oh, well, that.
That is funny! I was so proud of myself this weekend, supplying my husband and my dad with updates about the OSU game ... and I knew what I was talking about :)
Truth be told, I watch a lot of football, but I don't invest myself in it unless I a.) know a player. b.)care about the team AND c.)the team is having a winning year. I lose interest really quickly when all I see are losses. SOMEONE needs to take care of the kids while the game is on.
(If, however, my kid is a player on a losing team, I watch and care anyway.)
I can just picture you guys having this conversation. Stacey doesn't like watching sports on television, would rather physically go to the games. I could do either.
I would love it if Maddie liked watching sports, but at 2, unless Cinderella and Belle are playing Tennis, I don't think it's happening.
Maybe you should give Disney the tip. Whole new market.
You had to have a comeback...
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