OK, we won the Ice Hockey World Championship. Actually, that's not true. "We" didn't win it. Some Czech people won it. I don't know any of them and I don't care what they do with their wooden (?) sticks and rubber (?) pucks.
Well, that's not strictly true. I am mildly interested in knowing that several Czech people can put the piece of rubber into fishnet more often than groups of several people from other countries. But I am much more interested in whether I can finish "Resident Evil 4" on "Professional" level without dying (for example).
And I am certainly not interested in dozens and dozens of unknown people IMing me with Czech equivalent of "!!!!!!OMG CHAMPIONS TEH CZECH ROXORZ!!!!!!".
dont forget next year we will be champions... slovakian fan...
Hi, I did not get your post at all. You are just showing, you do not understand what u r writng about. It is not true that common fans do not count nor have impact on the result of IHWC. By attending domestic leagues and paying for the tickets they do support "their" club and players so that the club has enough sponsors and therefore more money, which is at least partially used to build up better conditions for a training, which usually leads to better performance. Your comparison of winning IHWC to ability to survive in a game is somehow pointless, at least for me.
Hi, Clay. Please don't use words like "u r" or "IHWC", they are too compicated. Thanks.
Hi, I'm pretty sure you understand the meaning though. To make it absolutely clear: u r stands for "you are" and IHWC is International Hockey World Championship.
So, that is why in Monday, on 2:00 AM drunken people cried on streets...
Post a Comment