Me at sports: WELP MY BASKETBALL IS GONE
"Sox?" with an "X?"I'm a Red Sox fan through and though. (Go, Boston! ) Sadly, though, a pair of red socks isn't much of a mascot, ain't it?
Don't forget chasing the red dot!i read "furry sports" and the first thing that came to mind was "sports that furries play". Like full-contact tail chasing, leashed triathlons, competitive petting, tennis wherein the point of the game is to fetch the ball), or the international fur-pile endurance yiffing championships. Or, yanno...just like regular sports but played by people in fursuits.
Allmost of which i would toooootally watch. Regular sports; not so much.
Yay, UK Fur ^^I still tell people I'm an Ipswich fan if people ask me what my team is but honestly I no longer have the energy to pretend I care about football rugby on the other hand I love watching, especially the 6 Nations (even better than the World Cup IMO) although I still don't follow it that closely (Newcastle Falcons are my team though, since they've been my local club while I've been at uni). The only sports I've ever been any good at were track and field, mainly jumping and sprinting, which is kind of awesome considering my 'sona I also did archery for a bit while I was in high school, never took it very seriously though.
I can't stand American football. Years of marching band in high school and college meant I had to go to all the games and I find them really long and boring.
I like slightly less popular sport, like most of the equestrian sports (eventing, steeplechase, higher level dressage, and rodeo/cattle based events, working equitation), and surfing or things that are kind of a man vs nature test of skill.
Can't stand any sort of car racing.