Monday, February 04, 2008

Gay Sports Frat Boy Cheerleader

"The Giants won!"

That's what I found myself screaming at the conclusion of what must have been the most exciting pro-football game I've ever watched (which really isn't saying much since I watch an average of two football games a year) while I clapped and performed twirly twirls around the apartment. I cheer for the underdogs.

This seemed to surprise Boopy as he's never seen me so into sports before, especially since I was following the game and screaming at the TV like the best of them:

"Did you see that play?!"
"Another false start?!"
"Brother man needs to find another job 'cause he just got sacked!"

Okay, so I didn't say that last one. But still, Boopy was entertained by my machismo and celebratory style; enough to call me "a cross between a sports frat boy and a cheerleader."

I kinda like that. And it's kinda true.

And is it me, or was Tom Brady wearing foundation during the game?


Jess said...

Well, it was a really great game!

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David said...

You're so butch.