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Tomfoolery like this will finally slow the advent of soccer’s popularity in the U.S. — or, as we’ve come to call it here in the States, “football.”
The sports drink company put together a moving two minute video detailing the journey of Nico Calabria, who was born with only one leg, but managed to become a successful soccer player and inspiration to millions.
On n'a jamais été bons sur les rimes. Notre truc, c'est le burger. pic.twitter.com/gUiuf71A9c
— Burger King France (@BurgerKingFR) April 17, 2014
If you’re not French, you probably have no idea why this is a big deal. And maybe it isn’t. But how would you feel if a company that sells disgusting food proven to make people fat called you out for being fat?
Hey, we’ve got something to say about Ukraine that isn’t “It’s being invaded!” or “Their national soccer team embarrassed the U.S. soccer team!” Though the full details of this story have yet to emerge, this appears to be a video of a player potentially saving another player’s life.
We hope we can make it up to you with a sick Pokémon. Lo siento.
How Does Lionel Messi’s On-Field Vomit Attack Stack Up Against The 7 Grossest Puke Vids In Sports History?
Apparently, things get “messy” all the time for this guy. Eh, I’d trade the luxury of “not constantly vomitting” for international soccer superstardom and hundreds of millions of dollars any day. A full run down of some of sports most, um, human moments, inside…
If You Notice A Lot Of Monochromatic Uniforms At This Year’s World Cup, It’s Because FIFA Wanted It That Way
Guys, we know you think white on white is too matchy-matchy, but please, it’s for the fans. Apparently the colors on your jersey affect the quality of the picture on my television. See every national team’s concession to a better HD TV feed, after the jump…