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#217 - tkfourtwoone
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(02/07/2012) [-]
All the Americans ranting on soccer, thinking their "football" (handegg) is l33t and manly   
   
<-"American football" for true men. No state-of-the-art armor & helmet to protect your sorry ass
All the Americans ranting on soccer, thinking their "football" (handegg) is l33t and manly

<-"American football" for true men. No state-of-the-art armor & helmet to protect your sorry ass
#232 to #217 - laylow **User deleted account**
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#241 to #232 - englishandproud
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(02/07/2012) [-]
That's not rugby, that's Aussie Rules.
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#256 to #255 - englishandproud
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(02/07/2012) [-]
Aussie Rules is as different to Rugby as American Football is. They play on a round pitch, have to bounce the ball every 5 paces or something, can kick it in any direction, but cannot pass the ball with their hands. They have to kick the ball through 2 poles to score, kind of like rugby posts, but without the crossbar :) There are lots of other rules too, but hoped this helped :)
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#259 to #257 - englishandproud
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(02/07/2012) [-]
Yeah it's kind of like 'Soccer' , but with a rugby ball, and full contact, no problem!