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Dude Abandons Girlfriend On Top Of Mountain To Watch Football

This dude asked the people of Reddit whether or not he was in the wrong for abandoning his girlfriend on top of a mountain, because he had to catch the game. A game we might add that was a Jets game. And he just watched it in the car. Seems like he could've benefited from keeping his cool, being patient, and also recognizing that the big "emotional outburst" was entirely created by him. 

Guy abandons his girlfriend on top of a mountain to watch the football game | AITA abandoning my girlfriend on top mountain know this sounds bad but hear out on this one wasn't even big mountain. Basically l've been going on hikes alone on weekend mornings while my girlfriend eats pancakes. On Sunday went do peak 's easy if vet like but still takes few hours went early so could be back football game at one could not miss this game. So woke up early go and my girlfriend gets up with and is like
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The fact that NBA player, Steven Adams, had the the presence to prioritize the well being of a basketball player on the opposing team instead of scoring is such an awesome reflection of his kind nature. This should be shown to kids learning how to play basketball. We can all get caught up in our respective competitive drives, but if you're able to step outside of that and help people that are about to get injured during a game, you're just crushing it. 

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Just because you've made a career for yourself as an announcer in the Nascar world doesn't mean that you're not prone to fails like the rest of us. Marty Reid is the announcer in this scenario, and we're honoring his own hilarious little slip up with a video that shows him forgetting Andy Petree's name. 

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The cringe is practically excruciating. Sometimes, you end up crossing paths with an individual who seems as if they have never welcomed the warm embrace of optimism in their lives. This general manager is definitely giving off those vibes. 

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Just make sure to turn those captions on and you should be set to jet. Apparently there was some drama in the comments section about how the journalists keep silent because the coach just defeated their favorite team. But shoutout to Juve for the win over Porto. 

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High level badminton is an adrenaline-charged experience for the players, and the viewers. Seriously, the noises coming off those rackets, as well as the spontaneous eruptions of dudes screaming, makes for quite the spectacle. 

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You've got to hand it to Shaq for following through on the bet. Couldn't have been easy, but he's a man of his word. This isn't the first time we've gotten some gold from Shaq on live TV. Check out the time that Shaq ate it hard on live TV, and wholesome gold ensued

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The year is 2007. Former Olympian skier Yannick Bertrand is competing in the super giant slalom when a post smacks him directly in the wang doodler, prematurely ending his run and also possibly his bloodline. How he remains standing is nothing short of a miracle. It also has commentary!

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Yet another confirmation that kids are just plain old weird. They say the silliest things. You never really know what to expect. 

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Last night's game was certainly a spectacle, as so many Super Bowls have ended up being. This guy though, he brought his A game when it comes to taking the whole storming the field thing seriously. The lively commentary is pretty much the icing on the cake. 

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A Wholesome Post About A Toronto Legend

Well isn't this a wonderfully heartwarming and wholesome little post? Nav Bhatia's a 67-year-old legend who's been to every Toronto basketball game since 1995. And by the sounds of it, he's one of the most entertaining parts about the game. 

wholesome story about Toronto basketball fan | This is Nav Bhatia going see 1/9 lot him waving his towel on TV. He's 67 years old and still cheers louder than teenage nephew. If ever been Raps game can't miss him. But here's most people don't know: | He's been at every single Raptors home game since 1995 right: Every. Single. One. Through Damon, Vince, CB4 zillion coaches, blackouts, blizzards name Big deal, right? Wait, there's more. Bu MEMPHIS EASKE7BALL PTO 95 CAL
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Man's First Hockey Experience Is A Rollercoaster Of Emotions

Many of us can be terribly naive when it comes to painting assumptions about what kinds of sports people have actually seen. You never know if the person you're sitting next to at that next baseball, football, or in this case hockey game is living through their first experience of seeing the sport in action. If anything it's this fresh perspective that can offer hilarious insights about a sport's ridiculous intricacies that we've otherwise been conditioned to overlook. Like really though, the goalie does dip out from his post in hockey quite often. That could get confusing. 

Man's first hockey experience ends up being an absolutely wholesome masterpiece. | Tony X soloucity White people been hiding hockey us years bruh. lit as This Lmaooooo
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There are few things we love more than a good old fashioned live TV fail. This right here would definitely fit that description. Charles Barkley hits Kevin Durant with a lengthy question and proceeds to get a comprehensive answer that really takes some time to digest. 

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Seems like the jets could've been too much for Stephen Fry. You've also got to take into consideration that the lad attended a college football game in the South. The South doesn't mess around with their football. Nope, not one bit. 

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Nicolai Geertsen managed a cool-looking score when his first attempt bounced off the goal and right back at him. Undeterred, he went for it again in a showing that looked more like ping pong than anything else.

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Jon Rahm defied everyone's expectations when he somehow managed to skip a ball off a pond into the literal hole. This looks like it's some kind of cheat code shot right out of a video game.