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The hunt is on. I take a seat on the rough leather of my chair, and get watching. The lines unwillingly drags itself across the white, eternal plain, marked only by intermittent spots of black symbolism. In pursuit of a large black rod, it creeps upon it, eternally and inevitably; the endless sport of time.
By Cyrus Willoughby URL on 01.17.2011
good sports, take a joke, without getting offended
sports – track or field, team or solo
move move move
sports – in all that you do, you treat it as a sport, working out, swimming, running , doing chores, making out with your boyfriend,…
By marie on 01.17.2011
I really don’t like sports for no reason at all. Markus talks about sports all the time, he really likes the team Auburn. I don’t see why people obsess about sports, they’re not an important factor to everyday life. If more people would go outside instead of watching sports on the television I think the world would be a much better place. Sports are in every city and every country.
By Hailie on 01.17.2011
Sports are the favorite american pass-time. Not to mention that they keep us fit. I am not an expert on sports, however I do enjoy watching them.
By Carla on 01.17.2011
I was never much into sports. Perhaps is was because of my irrational fear that I would die if I so much as broke a finger. This led to endless nights of insomnia and panic attacks. I don’t do sports.
By Amanda URL on 01.17.2011
The heavy sweat drips from my forehead, my legs aching with the strain of the search. I guess this was worse than doing sports at school, when winning the race was why you rushed but now we are rushing because to save someones life you cannot wait around it it to happen.
By Elizabeth URL on 01.17.2011
football. the playoffs that i watched this weekend. the bitter disappointment of wathcing my teams lose and the thrill of watching other of my teams win. athletes competing on the highest level. fun and excercise make for excellent attributes of this particular topic
By Toby Caswell on 01.17.2011
We ran and ran. I don’t think it occurred to us to stop, or anything like that. There were some red flags and yellow cards, but nothing that told us to stop.
Kick it. Punch it. Strike it in the throat. You win. You win, you don’t lose, and you don’t come around third base unless you mean to make it all the way home.
Run, little girl. Run home. Run, hit the bags. Make it past third. Tackle him to the ground, and let him know exactly what you’re feeling. Through the roof. Over the roof.
Through the window.
Exactly like I said he thought.
By haywirehay URL on 01.17.2011
sports are the esscence of the year old struggle it is competiton it is life sports encorporate the best things that society has to offer such as success while they also show the dark side of humanity it requires love passion and care and
By karl wagner on 01.17.2011
sports. i hate them. sweat, pain, humiliation. gym class was hell. ill never go back again. i hate them. running whith such grace. i can only fall now, just as i always have.
By Aly,the artist URL on 01.17.2011
Mi deporte favorito es el patinaje. Aunque ahora no lo practico, cuando era pequeña lo adoraba. Incluso estuve federada y corrí competiciones nacionales durante 10 años. Aunque no era sobresaliente, gané alguna medalla y alguna copa en competiciones regionales. Lo recuerdo como algo maravilloso de mi época de la infancia
By Pepita on 01.17.2011
Sports are sometimes interesting-or at least too me they are. Especially when it comes to just about any game involving the New York Yankees (a MLB team). They have won the most championships, and my family has a large amount of die-hard fans, including my grandfather, father, and now me.
By Tsunade Senju URL on 01.17.2011
Watching and listening was his sport. Not just any kind of watching and listening. It was the kind of sport that points were accrued everytime he learnt something new about a person. Bonus points were won if he learnt something about himself. It wasn’t competitive because everyone wins as a result.
By visage URL on 01.17.2011
are over-rated. but i guess they have their merits. Theres football, basketball, soccer, swimming. they teach leadership and dedication. both very commendable merits. but they also breed the worst kind of person. theres nothing worse than a jock without a future.
By laura on 01.17.2011
Sports. can’t say much about it, because it isn’t a favourite past time of mine. But it is a lot to many, holds the hearts of many. So there must be much to it.
By Siya URL on 01.17.2011
Sports. I see that word and I think of men. BORING!
By Katie URL on 01.17.2011
Sports are a way to channel aggression. Seems to be the way men have communicated for the longest time. People bond over cheering for their teams, going to see them play. They are a wonderful way to start a love of physical activity at a young age. Sports are really very necessary to a society.
By Mandie URL on 01.17.2011
Sports build up a child. It teaches them leadership, to work with others, and the importance of never giving up. Every child should be encouraged to participate in one.
By steph on 01.17.2011
I don’t do sports in school, but I ride horses. I consider riding a sport. Most people don’t, but I have more dedication and hard work into riding than most kids do who play sports in school. Plus, I am lucky because it will not end once I get out of school. I am lucky because it is an everlasting sport.
By Nicole on 01.17.2011
She sports a heart shaped tattoo on her calf, below the back of her knee. I wonder if her daddy knows. She winks at the boys who wink back. She plays soccer without a t-shirt, in just the bra and shorts. Some say she’s a whore, but I think she’s just lonely.
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By Cwoods on 01.17.2011
The girl who played sports at my high school was a little odd. She put her whole life on the back burner in favor of sports. I’d see her after school, kicking a soccer ball in circuits around the field. Before school, I’d see her pitching to a tree, allowing the ball to roll back to her so she could throw again.
By Chelsea on 01.17.2011
Sports are among one of the few fascinations of men. Other than sex and food, sports fits in high with their interests. Football, literal football (soccer, to you Americans), and tennis are a few of the examples of sports. Soccer is among the rowdiest of sports, football falling second. Of course, there aren’t very many riots at football games. :)
By KT on 01.17.2011
I play soccer. It is one of the best sports out there; full of exercise and friends. It makes life fun and exciting. It turns out, america doesn’t play soccer like the rest of the world. Maybe we should change that. You know what is awesome? Football. As a girl, not many of us play it, but i did. It was nice.
By Emma on 01.17.2011
sport are good for your body. but siiting in front of tv and watching sports is stupid. i don’t get it. niether does my friend antea.
By marta on 01.17.2011
I never really understood sports. I mean in all reality its basically some guys chasing around a ball…..doesn’t really make much sense to me, but hey if people want to get paid millions of dollars to chase around a stupid little ball, who am I to argue?
By yax51 URL on 01.17.2011
sports are boring and lame. i don’t like sports. they’re definitely no for me. i mean there’s easier sports and harder ones and even ones that you wouldn’t think of as sports. i used to play volleyball and it was kind of fun but the coach totally ruined that for me. i didn’t get to play in an important game because i wasn’t one of her favorite people. sad really.
By Anony on 01.17.2011
ha…sports. The one thing in which he was just never interested, and had now learned to mock openly. His whole family, every holiday, would hunker down in the living room around some grainy screen, watching points rack up for an hour until there was finally an outcome. And he always wondered, who cares?
By Spencer URL on 01.17.2011
i hate sports. well, i dont truly hate sports…i like baseball. but every other sport isnt that great. i hate football. football is the bane of my existance. if there was never anymore football, the world would be great. i was a cheerleader and i hated football. i hated my school too. i hated most of the other cheerleaders. whoever said cheerleading wasnt a sport, was most definitely wrong. cheerleading takes a lot out of someone.
By Amber Meza URL on 01.17.2011
Running around looking for the trophy. It will only be in your hands for a moment, however, forever in your mind. Looking back at the glory days.
By Margaret on 01.17.2011
She couldn’t stand sports. Her overbearing father tried to force her to watch them when she was young. He would yell and complain about plays while drinking his beer. Her fear for loud noises was because of him. She couldn’t take his anger at the television because she was afraid it would be redirected towards her.
By Daisy on 01.17.2011
They are really not my thing, perhaps because my obsessive dad taught sports, or because I’m clumsy and was always the last one picked for teams. They do motivate others to exercise, I suppose, but I’d rather walk or dance. And as for watching sport on tv – only tennis does it for me, other sports are barbaric or boring.
By novelseren URL on 01.17.2011
I hate sports. They hate me. Hardly. And that’s it.
By raffaella URL on 01.17.2011
Sports is what drives the world into a furious frenzy, a behemoth of something that isn’t quite real; it’s there but not there, midnight oils blazing, sunlight dripping wet sweat burning of the foreheads and armpits of the errogoneous masses cuddling together in the unsavory limelight of fandom. This is war, my friends, my loves, this is love in the form of pure emotion.
By Shafayat Nazam Rasul on 01.17.2011
I love to play golf. But is it a sport? What about horse racing or auto racing?
By Scot Morris on 01.17.2011
i really dislike this. i hate it all. football is about men touching each other and its scheme to get money out of people. athletes make soo muich money and spend it on whores and drugs- meanwhle there are intelligent and good ppl that need to survive
By Jennifer on 01.17.2011
never liked it… running,jumping and stuff…. more into coffe and cigarets….. And sex…. sex is a sport?
By Lolo on 01.17.2011
It was the horses I loved, but it was more. It wasn’t the animals alone. It was the sense of freedom. It was the fact that you could ride for what felt like forever and keep on going and going and feel the wind and hear the birds and not worry about going home, at least for a little while, at least until your teacher called you back.
By Finnegan URL on 01.17.2011
I was good at them. Especially throwing. If you gave me a shot or a disc, I’d send it flying out into the field with a cocky grin on my face and the wind trying its damnedest to make me lose my footing but I wouldn’t. I’d just cock an eyebrow and look down and point out how my disc made indentations in the mud at laugh at the wobbling path it carved through the air.
i play cheer leading… i do cheer leading? i do not know how you would say that but i participate in cheer leading and it is the best sport out there, by far. um the most boring sport to watch is golf and the the most interesting sport to watch is soccer… so there you have it. Ginger’s take on Sports:)
By Ginger URL on 01.17.2011