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I grew up watching Basketball and football, almost religiously. I got married, No God No God Please No Shirt and cut cable with xfinity. I stopped watching sports about 3 years ago and just recently realized I have no desire to watch them again really.My roommate suddenly turned into a mega hockey fan while I was gone at school so I’ve started watching the odd game with him. I must say, it is boring as hell to me. I get that people enjoy it so I’m not gonna shit on their parade but I just do not see any appeal, so yeah, you’re not aloneI always hated watching sports until I went to watch my 5-year old’s baseball team (wife signed him up). Nothing better than a game where the outfielders are more focused on the flowers than the game and sometimes randomly hug each other during play. That’s how sports should beWhen I moved to Europe from USA, I left sports behind. Soon though, I started to get caught up in the local sports – I live in a small country that has won maybe one major championship in a hundred years, yet the fandom here is massive – and it’s not about winning it all, it’s just about competing. If you take Ohio State football, if you lose one game, the season is over. So OSU always has a pretty friendly schedule. Here, if you would just happen to tie Germany in football (soccer) they’ll be dancing in the streets!