Canucks and Beyond
by Alanah McGinley on 05/21/08 at 03:22 PM ET
Den Cotton at the National Sports Review is having some fun… although maybe a bit more than that:
Perhaps I’ve been drinking too much of the Colin Cowherd Kool-aid, but I’ve realized female sports fans are messing with the natural order of things — and that is turning me into a chauvinistic, repressive fool.
As I recall, Colin has spoken about the upsides — a requirement even — of having a relationship with a girl who doesn’t love sports. Now I don’t want to get Colin in too much trouble because he has a lot of smart female fans who call into his show. But I don’t want to date them, no matter how hot they are.
And for bonus points:
Female sports fans are just ridiculous creatures. I’m not trying to deter you from going to games or asking questions, but I just don’t want you in a fantasy league — unless it’s well, you know … that other fantasy league.
Ladies who love NHL are completely off limits. That is just way too creepy, especially Wings junkies.
Geezus, Den. I didn’t realize our date went that badly… (though I’m not a Wings junkie, I just work for one).
Anyway, read the full article— Den needs your support. After all, he may never get to touch a girl ever again.
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Alanah McGinley has been blogging hockey since 2003 (with a notable gap in time through 2010, kicking it with new baby Lucy while living knee-deep in chaos while reading "parenting for complete idiots" during every spare minute) sharing opinions, rants and not-so-deep thoughts with anyone who will listen.
In addition to writing Canucks & Beyond and helping manage Kukla's Korner, Alanah was one of the founders and co-hosts of The Crazy Canucks Podcast. She has contributed pieces to FoxSports.com and the New York Times Slapshot blog, as well as other stray destinations in cyberspace.
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