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Sex And Soccer

Now get this.  It would seem that German soccer fans are a dedicated lot.  A survey there last week has revealed most Germans would prefer watching their team in the World Cup final than having sex with their partners.

The survey indicated only 5 per cent of those questioned would prefer going all the way than watching their national soccer team, um, er, go all the way.

Historically, aren't these the guys that were busy creating the master race.  Seems they're now into rooting for, what they hope is, the master soccer team.

Meanwhile, in Argentina their soccer players will be able to enjoy the best of both worlds.  Their coach has decided to let team members have sex during the World Cup.  As the team doctor puts it: "Sex is part of everybody's social life and it's not a problem in itself.  Problems arise with the excesses: all the extra, a non-regular partner or in hours reserved for rest."

No, no silly. Today's a game day!

So the players will be able to have sex during the World Cup but with regular partners and without alcoholic drinks.

It'll be interesting to see if their performance is affected…both on the field or off.  Some of these guys might actually have their minds on the game.    

These guys clearly have their minds on sex!

Of course Germany and Argentina may not have to worry about this horny, er, ah, thorny issue.  A Swiss mathematician has figured out that Brazil followed by Spain have the best chances of winning the World Cup.

No word if either of those teams will be having sex…but you can bet if either team gets into the finals that nation's soccer fan partners won't be getting any!


This post originally appeared at Sound Off To America

Comments

CatLadyLarew said…
So these guys think they're "high performance" enough that a little sex is going to wear them out before the big game? I suppose Viagra counts as an "extra"...
nonamedufus said…
CL: Hey, no performance enhancing drugs allowed!
Mas-Raden said…
thats so good, very nice. . .

i like it
hi from mas raden
Leeuna said…
So, does this mean that the "sex during the World Cup" is going to be televised, or just the soccer games?
nonamedufus said…
Mas-Raden: Hi, yourself. Thanks for stopping by.
nonamedufus said…
Leeuna: I think fans will see enough balls on the field without televising off-field activities!
Anonymous said…
I've never been a soccer fan. And after seeing that pic? That killed the mood for love for me.

*smile*
nonamedufus said…
Quirks: In some sports they have exhibition matches. Soccer's the only sport I know where they have exhibitionist matches!
Don said…
Most Germans probably have sex about as often as they go to the World Cup anyway. The Brazilians...different story. I'd kick a few balls around to get with some of those bronzed Brazilian babes.
nonamedufus said…
Don: So you're pulling...er, ah, supporting the Brazilians?
Nicky said…
Most Germans would probably prefer watching paint dry than having sex with their partners! I'm allowed to make fun, I'm half German. Which means I'd only prefer to watch half the game than have sex with my partner :-)
nonamedufus said…
Nicky: I guess that's better than having half the sex.
Brittany said…
It is funny to hear that Argentine players are allowed to have sex during the World Cup. I mean, can{t they decide what they want to do about their social lives? Anyways, as long as they win, nobody will criticize them. Argentineans love soccer and are very excited about this Cup. They put all their hopes in it and they would be really disappointed if the team didn´t win.
I remember last year in one of the furnished apartments buenos aires that I had rented, my neighbor was telling me how important is soccer in the country.
The point is, actually, that I would like them to win. The country is beautiful and the landscapes are amazing. I hope they will!
Brit
nonamedufus said…
Brittany: You've convinced me. Can you get me a good deal on one of those apartments?
Brittany said…
It is funny to hear that Argentine players are allowed to have sex during the World Cup. I mean, can{t they decide what they want to do about their social lives? Anyways, as long as they win, nobody will criticize them. Argentineans love soccer and are very excited about this Cup. They put all their hopes in it and they would be really disappointed if the team didn´t win.
I remember last year in one of the furnished apartments buenos aires that I had rented, my neighbor was telling me how important is soccer in the country.
The point is, actually, that I would like them to win. The country is beautiful and the landscapes are amazing. I hope they will!
Brit

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