Since a couple of people thought I was referring to the Olympics when I said I'm over the games...I suppose I should clarify that in a separate thread.

Football season is here, olypmics are here. I'm barely watching either one.

Part of this stems from the fact that I have no regular Sunday hangout buddies, I don't really have a group of guy friends anymore, and even when I did it wasn't really football based. It was more go to the bar based. I mean, don't get me wrong I don't hate football, but right now I don't have a specific team. One day I'm in Baltimore, next minute I'm in bengals. Carolina one day, Falcons the next. Cowboys one week, Green Bay the next. And on to the Cardinals. Who has time to watch all those games? I go to a sports barbershop to get my haircut, but I never have anything sports related to talk to my barber about. I just don't know shit about it lol. Almost makes me feel kinda subconscious, but I'm past all that.

The olypmics don't do much for me. I've always been that way. I don't get what people get out of watching a bunch of athletes perform for weeks on end. I'm sure it could be exciting in person, but I don't care to keep up with it on TV.

IDK, sometimes I feel like I'm just into the gym and staying in shape, but I'm not into organized sports. Sports never really interested me like that for a consecutive period of time. There's times when I faithfully watch football, or maybe join a team, but it may be to find some friends or until I move to a new town. I know for one, I was so sick of hearing about the Broncos in Denver. It's like yeah, they were great. But it was all consuming. Life stopped when the Broncos played. That's one of my pet peeves about televised sports. Things seem to be slowed and interrupted because of it.

Am I just being a square?