By Katie Estabrook
They are loud.
They are moody–given to seemingly arbitrary highs and lows.
You may get beaten up if you ask "What’s the Mets score?" during game 2 of the Phillies-Rays World Series.
Don’t ask sports fans to watch 2 and a Half Men instead of the Superbowl. Apparently they don’t find it funny.
You learn about sports.
You start to think there is a reason that a man holds a rounded stick and waits for things to be thrown at him.
Increased love of America.
You learn that every night is Game Night, even if sometimes that refers to Luke and Avi playing pool in the gameroom. [Editor's note: Does the gameroom have pool?]
Masculinity sprouts where there was none before.
Spandex become cool.
Mostly it’s just dirty, smelly, and sweaty. And thus exhilerating.
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