Tag Archives: Sports

Skirts Plus Jerseys Equals Heaven

14 Apr

For every major sporting event there is sure to be a strong gathering at your local sports bar housing belligerent chanting fellow fans, fearless arguing meatheads, and incoherent blacked out drunks so hammered they are oblivious to which teams are actually playing in the game.  Some examples of these situations include the World Series, March Madness, and pretty much any Sunday Funday during football season.  It is appropriate to wear your favored team’s Jersey so that everyone at the bar knows who to high five to and who to talk shit to.  Important sports games plus getting drunk is a dream come true for any man.  But what is even better?  Girls at the bar throwing back beers and wearing jerseys.  Oh wait, what is even better than that?  Girls wearing jerseys and skirts who can’t decide between ordering a round of jager bombs or Continue reading

Sweet 16 Cheerleader Matchup of the Day: OSU vs. Kentucky

25 Mar

This is an interesting matchup because Ohio and Kentucky are both some of the worst states in America.  Both have zero professional sports teams (Cleveland’s embarassingly terrible teams actually count as a negative), no major cities (Cleveland does not count), and at first glance provide little to no value to America in any way.  For example, Idaho also is a terrible state by the first two qualities, but does provide delicious potatoes for everyone to enjoy.  I say “at first glance,” because at second glance, both of these teams have somewhat attractive women despite the states to which they belong.  I drove through Kentucky once it looked in all seriousness similar to any scene in The Hills Have Eyes.  Continue reading

Sweet 16 Cheerleader Matchup of the Day: Florida vs. BYU

22 Mar

Since everyone’s brackets are completely ruined (a foul with 0.8 seconds?  85 feet from the rim? Really?), here at NSD we wanted to glean at least some entertainment out of the remaining sixteen teams.  First matchup is Florida vs. BYU, and I gotta be honest, on paper this is the easiest decision in history.  Continue reading