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10.28.2009

Another Reason I Didn't Have Kids

Just my luck little Barry Jr. would get laid out and then start crying like a baby.

23 comments:

Anonymous said...

Exactly why mine didn't play Pee-wee football. That poor kid couldn't possibly grow up to love the game of football.

Anonymous said...

those kids are gonna get fined big-time
You'll be hearing from the league office, tough guys!

Triple Fake Roger Goodell

Anonymous said...

That wouldn't hurt him nearly as badly as when he grew up and found out that daddy was a card carrying liberal that might drift into the pasture with the bulls from time to time.

Anonymous said...

That is soooo wrong! They are too young for that.

Anonymous said...

That is one of the first things we talk about at our first practice every year and we have the parents there to listen. The kid's are instructed to not, under any circumstances, lower your head to were the top of the helment is facing the oncoming player. A child of any age can break their neck or worse become paralyzed. They're also instructed that no matter if it's by accident or on purpose, they will sit on the bench for the remainder of practice or the remainder of the game. Once the meeting has ended and we began practice the first thing they are taught and the first thing reviewed is proper tackling skills. I'd rather sit a kid out for doing it and piss a parent off than have to call an ambulance to come get him. It's dangerous as hell and any coach that allows it is a moron.

Anonymous said...

Did he get his swine flu shot beforehand?

Anonymous said...

2:22 beat me to it- that was an imbicilic drill and the parents would do well to get their children away before that coach damages them.

Anonymous said...

Exactly why we didn't allow our kids to play football till middle school. Pee Wee is too early and puts their bone development at risk. We kept our boys out at the recommendation of our family doctor who said their bones were too young to sustain the type of injuries which could happen in football.

kristin said...

Stop being sissys! Let em' play. Don't take the fun out of being a kid. Sports are good for them.

Anonymous said...

Kristin, you're an idiot.

Anonymous said...

I'm sure there's several hundreds of reasons you didn't have kids!

Anonymous said...

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K1p said...

Anon 2:22, Try telling a kid not to do something. Truth is, they don't have enough control for these type of drills and probably shouldn't be wearing helmets and pads until 6th or 7th grade.

That being said, I can remember a particularly sadistic drill our coaches made us do in JR High. Split up kids and have them facing off at each goal line. Blow whistle and have kids charge toward a big collision at the 50 yard line.

Anonymous said...

3:53
That was the funniest thing I have see all day long or my medication is just kicking in.

Thanks for the laugh..........

Anonymous said...

Sorry, I meant to say:
That was the funniest thing I have read all day long. Ok I guess the meds are working....

Mike said...

Are those Baylor uniforms?

Anonymous said...

Why would you place such a violent video on the internet. It could cause emotional damage to views.
You need to consider placing a warning to potential views.

Double Fake Benny Hill.

Candance said...

Okay, the single mom raising a boy child and that just got all crazy on the soccer coach on Saturday is freaking out about the comments highlighting all the stuff that can go wrong in pee wee football. I thought the bad stuff happened when they were older.

OMG, I'm going to make my baby into a sissy.

Anonymous said...

that is why we think they should ban small kids from playing football, way to hard on them. the adults treat them like a bunch of fighting chickens, i say ban football!!



chico mom

Anonymous said...

Our boys started football in middle school and had lots of time for the sport with one suffering a life long injury in his senior year. A good family doctor will advise kids not to play pee-wee football. There are other sports like soccer and baseball.

Anonymous said...

Were drugs or alcohol involved?

Anonymous said...

Compare the actual amount of time running and getting exercise in a peewee soccer game versus a peewee football game. LOTS more constructive exercise in soccer. You show me a kid who has been constantly involved in soccer when he/she hits middle school, and I'll show you a kid who is one lean, mean, running machine--with endurance to boot. Don't know of too many sports that aren't interested in players with speed and endurance. Peewee football is stupid, pointless, and of little value when it comes to physical conditioning for later years.

Anonymous said...

They should play with Barbie's. I'm waving the white flag. Liberals win. Kumbayah, can't we all just get along on Brokeback mountain?