Fútbol!

July 7th, 2010  |  by  |  Published in Uncategorized

I’m the rotated editor of the DadWagon this week, and I made a managerial decision to watch Germany v. Spain (go Spain!) instead of actually rounding up content this afternoon. So I leave you with this video of the best of the worst fútbol flops (expect to see the damely Dutch doing a lot of diving in the final). By the way, the play to sympathies, the dramatics and taking of mock offense, etc., reminds me plenty of how husbands and wives communicate. Unfortunately, there are no referees–a lack that I think leads many couples to become those people, the kind that air out their differences at cocktail parties in front of strangers or acquaintances in the hopes that someone will referee their differences. Anyhow, enjoy the histrionics:


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