Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by PcPrime23, Aug 31, 2012.
Mine is obvious
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Soccer and baseball only resontly though it seems like I've been play video games the most
Exactly what I was going to post. It's very competitive.
Used to ball hard, at least 3 times a week. Amazing what life & responsibility do to you. Wish i still had the time for b-ball
I don't see Disc Battling anywhere
Ah yes...great memories of Klingon-Federation PvP during the year and a half I was able to play Star Trek Online. Good times...
In high school it was soccer, basketball and tennis, but now, only basketball recreationally. And, rather well I might add.
Soccer or as it's called FOOTBALL
I used to play a bunch of sports recreationally when I was younger. But I have a condition that kind of prohibits me from playing hard contact sports. Sports don't really interest me that much. I still do some basketball from time to time. I suck at it...
the first two options, lol and want to learn to play the 4th and 5th
Volleyball and basketball
Football.....the real one where you actually kick the ball with your feet only.
I jest, I jest (a little bit).....
and not hand eggball
Ah. Not the exciting one. Gotcha.
It's like rugby except they don't need to have a load of protection on
Well I fully understand its not exciting when you dont understand the rules, trying to explain offside to an american is the same hardship to explain it to a womman
Please. I'd rather watch players run around and hit each other at full force with pads on than watch them run around kicking a ball and only getting a point a game. It isn't that I don't understand soccer, it's that I don't like it. I know it takes as good of athletes as football has, and I don't want to make people think that I believe they aren't as good of athletes. I don't. I just find it a lot less exciting than American football.
I don't mean to derail the thread. It's just if we're going to say that American football is less skillful than soccer, I've got a problem with that.
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