Now as im from England when I say I love football, i mean I LOVE football, none of this American throwing the ball around stuff, I actually mean the beautifull game! I pretty much enjoy all sports, i grew up being more of a tomboy and still enjoy keeping fit through playing various sports, including, running, basketball, hockey, tennis, squash and footy obviously :-)
Im just having a hard time understanding why guys seem to look past my love of sport like im some sort of weirdo? Is it to much to ask to find a guy that i can go to a game with and share my passion, instead of just thinking all girls should be in the kitchen???
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⚾️ I love baseball and worked for my cousin's pro baseball team long ago, kept stats in high school, dated and remained friends with a long time director of baseball operations and scouting for the Cubs, so was lucky to get tickets to some great Cubs games.
❄️ Loved going to hockey games (my grown son's father was a pro hockey player and is a long time coach).
🏀 I've always loved basketball. My first love played basketball in high school, and while I went to a different high school, I loved going to his games and chearing him and his team on. I just never understood at first why they kept chanting BOO at one of my favorite players! Turned out it was the high school basketball player, turned Harlem Globetrotter's nickname!
🏉 Football is the sport that I understood the least, but still loved. Super Bowl games/parties are always fun (especially the food lol) but being a Bud Girl making appearances from bar to bar for the Bud Bowl was my most memorable highlight. As was winning tickets to a Chicago Bears game that I had won for being top salesman.
Speaking of the Bears, I'm also now a booking agent for a retired Bears cornerback that played 8 seasons with the Bears, and then Pittsburgh and NC.