Like I mentioned last week, I don’t know a lot about soccer–but I dig the aggro gentleman’s sport (and the gentlemen that play it) and I truly respect that it’s The World’s Game. So this weekend, when I wasn’t reading the July 2010 issue of Martha Stewart Living (it has such cute pies on the cover!), or happily booing Ron Artest at the free throw line, I was watching solid hours of sweet-ass international soccer.
Here’s what a learned:
a) Sucks to be Robert Green.
b) No, seriously. It sucks.
f) The incessant/loud drone of those vuvuzelas in the crowd is effing annoying for a reason.
g) Composing a “detailed” photo report about “what I learned” from a lazy weekend spent on the couch (perhaps only to justify days spent accomplishing nothing that could have been more productively spent weeding the garden or practicing my Vietnamese or working or running errands for my parents) is so weirdly and backwards-ly Asian I don’t quite know what to do with myself.
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