7.29.2010

Wise County Pee Wee Football

If you want the impression of how a recently transplanted city gal thought of her first ever attendance at a Wise County Pee Wee Football practice, go here. Pretty funny.

28 comments:

Anonymous said...

Very funny--too bad they don't get into an activity/sport where there's LOTS of running, so they can get into REAL shape. Very few sports exist where speed AND stamina aren't the foundation qualities for success. You ain't gonna get that with peewee football.

In shape Mofo said...

LOTS of running is actually very bad for the body in the long run, no pun intended... but so if football. Why not educate your kids on the risks of all forms of exercise/sports and let them decide what activities they like.

Anonymous said...

That coach must have been Darrin Patrige (Spelling)???? He thinks he is playing for National Championships in every sport he coaches!!! What a Clown!!!

Anonymous said...

dang 10:11 AM, can't you just be happy they are outside interacting with other kids? Does it really matter the sport they are playing?

Doc Logic said...

It's the typical over coached / over mommed disaster that is football under grade 7.

Coaches who think that the louder they yell, the better coach they are

Moms who get way too caught up in what the uniforms look like

The yearly testosterone / estrogen collision where everyone is an expert.

Anonymous said...

Looks like Barry has a thing for that AnObroad.

MAAM said...

Women have no place in football period unless they are carrying pom-poms!!! The fathers of these kids should know that and keep their meddling wives out of it!

Anonymous said...

All peewee sports should be banned! ALL of them!

Anonymous said...

SEX,Drugs,Rock and Roll all sound good and a whole lot easyer

Anonymous said...

I'd like to see Obi in a cheerleader outfit


The Backdoor Intruder

Anonymous said...

STICK HIM!!! STICK HIM!!!

PUT YOUR HAT ON HIS NUMBER!!!

YOU AREN'T HURT! GET UP!!! GET UP!!!

RUB SOME DIRT ON IT, YOU'LL BE OK!!!

GET'CHA HEAD IN THE GAME!!!

Sorry...Had a Peewee football flashback.

Double Fake Bubear Green, Peewee Football Hall of Famer

Anonymous said...

Just tells you how far out-of-touch these peewee parents and coaches are-they start practicing before high school, college, and NFL teams! Get a life--peewee has gotten way of control these days!!! I am a former coach that has gotten sick of how much importance is put on athletics but nothing else!!!

Anonymous said...

Lol the misogyny from MAAM is sad.

Anonymous said...

I'm not really a fan of early pee wee sports either, but would you losers prefer big, fat arse, Xbox champions? It's pretty much much damned if you do and damned if you don't. Thanks volunteers for pitching in your time on these youngsters!

Anonymous said...

The true purpose of PeeWee "any" sport is to teach the kids fundamentals on HOW to play the game. Winning and losing with dignity should also be taught. Real competition should not come into play until they reach at least 7th grade and maybe not until 9th grade.

Mr. Mike Honcho said...

I am NOT a fan of PeeWee Football.

And neither are Coaches in HS or MS.

I wish the PEE WEE Superbowl ceased to exist.

But I might as well wish for all parents to stop living vicariously through their offspring....

Anonymous said...

I teach second grade. We ask our students to read with their parents only 20 minutes a night. So many of our students tell us they don't have time to read because they have ball practice or a game. Many kids play organized sports year round. I had a little girl who couldn't afford to pay her lunchroom charges, but mom signed her up for peewee cheerleading which is not cheap. Whatever happened to kids playing in their neighborhoods and playing just for fun? They just need to be children.

Anonymous said...

How is the PeeWee nascar league out there in Wise county?

Anonymous said...

Glad someone is serious about football!

Anonymous said...

Why do this to these kids? Would you like to be wearing all that padding and be running in this heat?
Wait until October when the weather is bearable. Let them be kids; childhood is way to short as it is.
Are we doing this for the kids or for ourselves, parents?

Anonymous said...

How Bout them Bulls!

Anonymous said...

It's official. The Cowboys are now again an all white team.

Anonymous said...

"Momma says foosball is da debil!"

Anonymous said...

They are getting ready for that ne Turf field at Decatur.

Anonymous said...

These kids should not be out there practicing this early and definitely not playing full contact this young especially as easrly as they start every year. I played college, high school, and pee wee league. The majority of our grade played 1 year of pee wee and we were extremely successful in middle school and high school. Today I see more and more kids quit by the time they make it to high school. I think they are getting burned out on football since they start in second and third grade, practicing multiple times a week, and starting even before NFL, college, and high school teams start in the summer.

AnObiter said...

Anon @ 11:27, funny you say all that....my Little Boy quietly announced last night that he's "not going to play football next year." Why? "It's too hard." He's going into the 2nd grade.

I think it has something to do with Coach having the boys do leg lifts at the opening of practice. I wiped the salt stain from the Kid's eye the other night and he said, "Coach says I'm s'posed to cry because it's s'posed to hurt."

He's going to look like a little blonde, blue-eyed Hulk before it's all over.

Anonymous said...

Wheres the fritos? Looks like a pile of bean dip. I bet if an immigration officer showed up the field would be cleared...

Anonymous said...

Sad, but true: If our parents place only half as much effort and enthusiasm into preparing their children for the classroom, TAKS scores would not be an issue. Whose is getting cheated here?