Guys, How About Some Sweet Alternatives to the Football Widow Thing?
Hold on, now, football fans. We’re really not asking you to give up the TV clicker.
Or Sunday Night Football. Or Monday Night Football. Or – even if you’ve got that cool new option that let’s you watch all football games everywhere, even if they’re on the sunny side of Mars – we say: go for it!
Hey, we’re football fans, too.
If you’ve noticed a decided chill in the home-sweet-home atmosphere starting in August pre-season that lessens a bit after the February Super Bowl, but that… well, kind of leaves a little residue of frost in your relationship all year long…
… you might want to ask yourself: is there a better way?
We mean, why isn’t your dearly beloved curled up next to you on the sofa in front of the TV, cheering along with you?
Perhaps – uh – celebrating with you after the game? What’s that you say? She hates football? Really? But football is fascinating, exciting, balletic, graceful, even intellectually challenging. So what is it she doesn’t like?
Oh, come on! Please don’t give us that “she doesn’t understand the game” crap! You know darn well football is as easy to understand as peeling a banana. So if she doesn’t understand the game, it must be because – aha! You haven’t taken the time to explain it to her! And why might that be?
First, let’s accept that she may not have had your advantages growing up. The female of the species is less often initiated into the Joy of Sports than the male.
Also, bear in mind that adult learning tends to be more difficult than the childhood variety, so we admit this may require your patience and understanding.
Perhaps your tutorial might be softened by a slim (so as not to intimidate) paperback of football basics tied up with a pretty bauble, a love note tucked inside telling her how ardently you desire to share all of your life with her.
A nicely chilled bottle of champagne couldn’t hurt. รีวิวรวมที่เที่ยว
The main thing, though, guys, is: be gentle. But be firm. There’s a lot riding on this. Consider what’s in it for you. Oh, yes: and for her, too.
You know: all those little side bets you can make during the game once she knows the basics. Will they go for a first down with a yard to go? Will it be a pass play or a running play?
Name the bet. A foot massage, perhaps. Or… well, you can figure it out. Be creative.
Then after the game, when you’re both euphoric – or perhaps in need of cheering up – collect your winnings.
If you’ve bet right, it’s a win-win kind of thing.