Discussion » Nonsense » Some Football? American Football.

  • Aurélien
    Aurélien wrote:


    So now I'm in BJ, and don't have class the afternoon.

    May someone want to play some american football? There are so many US ppl in China and I didn't see anyone playing at least flag football.


    I really hope that someone can, cause now I seriously need to play, and the football season has started and I can't even see it :/


    Oh, and do you know where I can buy a football? Didn't see any here, it's full of soccer balls or basketball but no Football =(

  • 万力
    万力 wrote:

    I've got an american football and i used to play football  often with my colleagues at the noon-break, although just some throwings. And i would like to play it in my casual time.

    If you do wish the same as me, do not hesitate to contact me at MSN: wanli1987@gmail.com, or Mobile: 18910553012. it would be  nice to talk with you.


  • Aurélien
    Aurélien wrote:

    Added you on msn, man! Great to see someone interested in.


    Come on, US people, you dont even reply here? You are usually SOOOO talkative on these forums... =)

  • Pete DeMola
    Pete DeMola wrote:

    I may be the only American male in existence who doesn't really care for American football, but I would LOVE to get a dodgeball team together.

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)


    Pete ... I am very certain that you are not alone on this one ...


  • Pete DeMola
    Pete DeMola wrote:

    Maybe we'll start a WLIB Community Dodgeball League.

    We could take out all of our aggression on one another by hurling large rubber balls at each other's heads.

    Who's in?

  • Pete DeMola
    Pete DeMola wrote:

    When I was back in the States in Fall 2007, my buddies dragged me to a good ol' boy bar stuffed with good ol' red-blooded American folk watching a Patriots game.

    Beards, beer and pigskin.

    After the folk and my buds patiently explained the game to me (the folk initially didn't know what to make of a fellow dude unfamiliar with the sport, but after I affirmed my love for hunting, I was accepted into the pack), I quite liked the cerebral aspect of the whole thing. Maybe I'll develop an appreciation for it in the future.

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