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Thursday, September 1, 2011

"Soft-Core Friday" - The season of love...and tight white pants

It is my season of love, football season. Oh and Fall. Between the two of these factors, I'm a very happy girl.
This "Soft-Core Friday" is dedicated to my men in tight white pants.... my Indianapolis Colts and The Ohio State University. As I type this, I'm watching my boy, Pierre Garcon, talking and I'm smiling just seeing his hot face on my TV screen again. It doesn't take much to make me happy.


I know when it comes to football, everyone has their team and I would never try to sway anyone to mine. But the Colts are a good team. They do good things for a lot of people off the field and that counts to me as much as how they play. Plus I look good in blue so any excuse to sport my cute blue girl jersey, I'm all about it. I am a girl after all.

And as for The Ohio State University...well... they have had some bumps in the road lately. But, I dare you to watch this video and not be completely pumped for their season. I get chills every time I watch it.  You know what I will be doing most Saturdays from now until basically the snow stops falling. 



And since this is "Soft-Core Friday" and all, you should know that while some people take half-time to order pizza or make a beer run, I like to use my half-time at home for a little mid-game lovin'....what can I say, football gets me hot! I can't be expected to wait until it's over can I? 

I'm going to go ahead and say that this satisfies #6 on my 30 Days of Shamelessness adventure: act “girly” or “manly” in a way you’d normally avoid. Most girls don't crush on football quite as hard as I do. 

For the boys, I offer you the Colts Cheerleaders for a little eye candy. You are welcome. You can order the Cheerleader calendar here if you care to do so... just to keep track of the days and all... 


On a more serious note, I just want to take a minute to say "thank you" for the amazing support you all gave me on yesterday's 30 Days of Shamelessness post. It sucked to write it but I so appreciate you giving the me the space to put it out there.   As Forrest Gump said, "that's all I have to say about that." 

8 comments:

  1. It's amazing to me how America just woke up one day and decided to be obsessed with football. I think it was around 1994? lol.

    I've always been a big Green Bay Packers fan, but I'm not nearly as enthusiastic as I used to be because a) Brett Favre is long gone, and b) ESPN has beaten me over the head with non-stop NFL coverage and it's kinda making me sick of the sport.

    But Peyton Manning is one of my all-time faves. My wife thinks he's hilarious and his attractiveness is underrated. Lol...what do you think? Manning, or Tom Brady?

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  2. I know nothing about football in any country

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  3. Go Bears. And uh, can we hang together at halftime sometime?

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  4. @Insomniac: One thing you never ask a Colts fan is what they think of any New England Patriots player.... those are fighting words son! Manning all the way!

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  5. I cheer for the Calgary Stampeders. If you don't know who they are, you aren't "that" big of a foot ball fan.

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  6. Football does have many fine asses in tight pants, I really must say.~

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  7. haha... that's exactly why i did it! :P

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  8. Rugby! :D as they say in this part of the world, I am a fan of Tennis, Rafa is my bwaaooyy :D

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