Football Fans Call For More ESPN Gaffes

By Styles Cradgerock, ATLANTA – Football. More than just passing a ball around. But is it, really? Nonetheless a whole lotta people love this great American pastime.com. Yet more and more, more of them (the lovers) are calling for football to fail.

But why, guy?

“Gaffes- give us more gaffes,” grinned sheepish Joe Thamblehorn, Thursday. “I love football, but I love seeing and hearing ESPN gaffes even more!” he ejaculated.

What kinda gaffes we talkin’ ’bout?

“Well, like the other day, me and my buddy Carl were down the pub watching the game? And like then on the TV they go and cut to like an aerial shot of like France instead of like a aerial shot of like Jacksonville, Florida, which is like where said game was taking place?”

And…this kinda gaffe made you all hot and bothered?

“It ruffled my feathers.”

And that’s a good thing?

“It involved me not only as a viewer, but as a person – in that it reactivated my critical thinking abilities.”

Unexpected! Whut other kinda gaffes you be liking?

“Oh, I dunno. I’ma be liking how about when one guy falls down or one o the commentaters says something racist?”

That’s pretty general, but I guess it’s what we’re left with.

“Sure-sure. Take what you can get, right?”

Well…no use staring into the horses’s mouth.

Am I right?

About Styles Cradgerock

Closely following the rules of Pythagorus - to abstain from beans, not to pick up what was fallen, not to eat the heart, and refusing to look in a mirror after midnite, Cradgerock gets all up in the grills of all the world's leaders, bringing more than just his reputation as the king of folksy garbage to the table...bringing...er...Mr. Cradgerock also wrote the bestselling eBook, My Mind is a Battlefield, 2010, which will be made into a t-shirt as sooner than you can say Duran Duran.
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5 Responses to Football Fans Call For More ESPN Gaffes

  1. say it aint so says:

    pardon me if i’m a little non-plussed. “me and my buddy Carl were down the pub watching the game”?
    we don’t have “pubs” in america. plus, aren’t you writing this…from japan?!?

  2. kitchie chi chi says:

    i think you’ve confused gaffes with bloopers. so, i feel sorry for you.

  3. apostropho says:

    thank god there was no discussion of the difference between “football” and “soccer” in this article! i’ve been waiting for someone to write like that and then I’ll just pounce on them.

  4. terence arbot says:

    @astropho – “thank god there was no discussion of the difference between “football” and “soccer” in this article! i’ve been waiting for someone to write like that and then I’ll just pounce on them.”
    Is that so, mate? You wanta pounce on me? Socca is what Americans only dream of playing, when they play football! I’ve seen more socca in my life than you’ll eva see, mate. I’ve gone blind, I’ve seen so much!!!

  5. hirosawa etsuko says:

    how about soccer in japan? did you have a chance to see it? i think you are too busy – in roppongi with your allnite backpack. prove me wrong.

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