Tomfoolery: I feel like I might a guy might get a little more alone time. I mean obviously, we do need to keep in mind a reasonable amount of time. Twenty hours of football a weekend is a lot. It's basically half a work week, and every daylight hour of the weekend. I think most guys would be pretty reasonable about it or picking their battles...or finding "together" stuff to do in the hours he's not watching football. Play Together: Top Sports For Couples
Faye: Now, girls who know football—is that the biggest turn-on ever?
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Tomfoolery: Yeah, I mean...it doesn't really make any difference, but it is kind of cool.
Natalie: It proves she's not trying too hard?
Tomfoolery: Right. I feel like a girl who's very interested in something is automatically attractive.
Krissy: Interested in anything?
Tomfoolery: Yeah, very good or very knowledgeable about something is kind of a turn-on. And I guess some dudes think that a girl wearing a Pink Tony Romo jersey is pretty cute too. I've actually never bought someone a jersey...although I did buy a cheerleader outfit for my niece and it's adorable.
Faye: I'll admit, if a guy is too much of a hot-head about football, that's a big turn-off. But on the other hand, if he loves it, that's kind of hot. If he's out watching it with his friends, that means he's social, enjoys a good time and if he's passionate about it, then he could be passionate about other things...like me.
Tomfoolery: Good attitude. I have a friend whose wife made him bean bags in his team's colors. When he's angry during a game, he can just throw them.
Faye: What are things girls can do to help you get through if your team loses the game?
Tomfoolery: Measure our level of our dejectedness. Taking it too seriously makes it feel like a mockery, but not taking it seriously enough makes it feel like our feelings are invalid. Maybe say something like, "Wow, we played awful in that game. I'm mad too." Or, have a sense of humor and make a little bit light of it if he doesn't take the game too seriously. "It's just a game, nobody died" kind of thing. Despite it being childish, we really do take it seriously.
Krissy: So we should empathize.
(Girls go wide-eyed.)
Tomfoolery: It doesn't always work.
Girls (in unison): It doesn't?!
Jessica: I thought that would be the sure thing!
Tomfoolery: "Well I'm gonna take this out on you."
Tomfoolery: The big thing is to not take someone's feelings too lightly. Despite knowing how silly it is, football is important to us.
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