Sharing Unicorn Soup with your friends has been scientifically proven to prevent your March Madness Brackets from bursting into flames after the first weekend. Seriously, Florida Gulf Coast–who picks a 15 to go to the Sweet 16?
That my dear reader is how I pass as a normal everyday of work. 30 minutes of ESPN radio a few times a week on the way to work and I’m set for my talking points.
Check it out, *ahem*
“So who do you like, Tiger or the field?”
“Yeah, Flacco signed a huge new deal but he won’t see most of that money.”
“The Yankees won’t even finish second the AL East–that division is loaded! Smart money is on Toronto.”
“D’Antoni’s system just isn’t built for two bigs.”
Pretty good right? I actually like sports well enough, but I haven’t watched any regularly for years…it’s just too dramatic. Not good dramatic, more like “Pretty Little Liars” dramatic. Don’t believe it? Just watch any emotionally manipulative ESPN bio piece… or a 30 for 30.
Anyway, it’s best to just have a few stock responses ready and when in doubt, go Jordan and you’ll be fine.