Monday, July 2, 2007

KSK Guide to American Football For Pussified Countries Of The International Arena: France!

Now that the NFL has decided to start playing games abroad in an attempt to extend their global fanbase, we at KSK have taken it upon ourselves to begin a multi-part series schooling our international friends in all things NFL. Up next: France!

Liberty's got some nice tit-tays.

Greetings, Frenchmen! Welcome to Kissing Suzy Kolber. We're here today to promote Roger Goodell's global agenda and convince you of the Truth: that the NFL is the greatest sports league on the planet. Now, there are a lot of ugly stereotypes about the French: they're snobby, their women don't shave their armpits, they're genetically inferior weaklings since consecutive World Wars wiped out two generations of physically fit men. But that's a bit overblown. In truth, many French women shave their armpits.


Please note, people of France, that I like your country. I selected you in the country draft, after all. Sure, I regret taking four years of French class in high school and college, as not speaking Spanish has been a huge impediment to my Latina fetish. But I've visited L'Hexagone from Gay Paree (which was gay) to Nice (which was nice), so I think I know what you fine Frogs can appreciate about the NFL... and a few things you may choose to pass on as well.


Things about the NFL that will make you say, "FORMIDABLE!"

- Parisians are obnoxious, have overblown senses of self, and know little about their own country outside of their immediate geography. Which means they should find an immediate kinship with New England fans.

- Rampant, institutional racism gives French a head start on becoming talking heads who claim whites are better suited to play quarterback.

- John Madden's skull rumored to be filled with delicious triple-creme Brie.

- Meteoric rise to stardom of Kurt Warner, followed by his collapse into mediocrity and obscurity, reminiscent of Juliette Binoche.

- Very few Muslims.

- TJ Houshmandzadeh: Persian, not Arab. So it's okay to like him.

- Pétanque, a kind of lawn-bowling, is the most popular "sport" in France. Good news: fantasy football requires even less physical activity!

- No French NFL player has embarrassed himself with sorry attempts at rapping and an engagement to a B-list TV star on the decline. Suck on that, NBA.

- Descendants of Charles de Gaulle and the Free French will appreciate the Cleveland Browns' outward defiance of their enemies while they get their asses handed to them.

- In an attempt to gain French support, the Houston Texans' offensive linemen have been renamed "the Maginot Line."

- Drinking absinthe an excellent way to deal with cheering for Arizona Cardinals.


Things about the NFL that will make you say, "ZUT ALORS!

- Fans of La Cage aux Folles may find Brady Quinn too gay.

- Long snappers Jean-Phillippe "J.P." Darche (Chiefs) and Louis-Phillippe "L.P." Ladouceur (Cowboys) forced to go by initials due to Americans' inability to accept faggy French names.

- Despite Gene Upshaw's obvious likeness to Vichy France, he still hasn't been able to round up all the Jews in the NFL.

- Cheeseheads worn by Packers fans actually made of foam, and thus far inferior to Camembert helmets worn in Normandy.

- Drinking wine at an NFL game is a huge faux pas. Except in the luxury boxes. And San Francisco.

- No chance of Roger Goodell getting the Marie Antoinette treatment.

- Frenchmen visiting America's southern coast for football will be disappointed learn that Jacksonville and New Orleans aren't exactly the Riviera.

- Robots featured in FOX telecasts terrifying to cheese-eatin' surrender monkeys.

- Steelers fans reminiscent of Basque separatists.


Bonne chance, mes amis! And remember, if some clown in a Cowboys jersey tries to tell you how America is far superior to your homeland, politely remind him that the drinking age in France is twelve.

31 comments:

Hustler of Culture said...

Absinthe also works to block out Pats' fans....just barely

Burnsy said...

Yo girl, your titty.

Big Daddy Drew said...

Go and boil your bottom, son of a silly person!

Burnsy said...

Go ask your Dolpheens where zee fuck zeir God eez now.

PeteJayhawk said...

...obnoxious, have overblown senses of self, and know little about their own country outside of their immediate geography.

So America and France aren't so different after all.

Undead Zombie Horde said...

"My knees are shaking like a French soldier."

Awful Chief said...

Tour de France fans will appreciate the physically demanding nature of the NFL, and how the athletes take assloads of steroids to keep up with their competitors.

Rob I said...

Bof!

If it wasn't for the French saving our ass in the American Revolution, we'd be speaking...uh...English right now.

Shan said...

Rob, for real, historically accurate commentary is not allowed here. Besides, those two consecutive wars were much after the revolution, rendering what they did back then completely useless.

Otto Man said...

I was waiting for the Maginot Line joke, and it didn't disappoint.

But no Zidane reference? Pourquoi?!

grungedave said...

"Am I alone in hating the French? (no!!) ... I thought not."

-- Al Bundy

Burnsy said...

Note to American fans traveling to France: If, while you're tailgating, a French woman throws you her baby and her other children take everything that's in your pockets as you catch the baby, don't get upset. Just sell the baby on the black market to be dissected for organ harvesting.

The Kid said...

keep badmouthing patriots fans...

WE GOT KOOLAID IN DIS MOTHAFUCKA

Slash said...

Excellente... especially the reference to the Maginot Line. I don't anything about the Houston Texans (except that they may be located in Houston), but that shit's still funny.

Peter McSheisty said...

Great work, UM.

-Drinking absinthe an excellent way to deal with everything.
Fixed

Otto Man said...
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Otto Man said...

Nice painting, by the way.

That's Delacroix's Abe Lincoln is All Out of Gum, right?

JTExperience said...

That's true...it IS somewhat harder to bash patriots fans now that we know about all that construda they got up in there.

Rest of this post was classic.

BeaverFever said...

if the NFL were to ever play a game in France, it should be mandatory that all cheerleaders wear french maid outfits.

the great bambi said...

the French got some English sugar islands in the Caribbean that were incredibly lucrative so it was well worth their while to get involved...plus it inspired the French Revolution which led to a buncha frenchies killing each other then the rise of napoleon and even more killing of germans, frogs and ruskies...war kicks ass

The Kid said...

if the tampa bay bucs were to ever play a game in France, it should be mandatory that jeff garcia wear a french maid outfit. i doubt he would complain

Raskolnikov said...

L'enfer, c'est l'Arizona.

Otto Man said...

Ceci n'est pas une buzzsaw.

SMP said...

As the Cardinals fan, I resent the gratuitous insult, and for the record, absinthe doesn't help.

After all Fitty has done for you . . .

Jackin'4Beats said...

Looks like Lady Liberte has something in common with the NFL:

Leading the current players as they trample over the dead (and broken) bodies of the fallen soldiers (former players) on to victoire.

Or am I reading too much into the painting...or do I need some crackers to combat this high? Or some corned-beef hash?

My Insignificant Life said...

Fans of La Cage aux Folles may find Brady Quinn too gay.

Now that's some serious gayness.

Tracer Bullet said...

"their women don't shave their armpits"

You say this as though it's a problem.

TurleyGirlie said...

As the Cardinals fan, I resent the gratuitous insult, and for the record, absinthe doesn't help.


smp, I don't know if you meant this? But, if you did?

::giGGle::

J.L. White said...

Ben Roethlisberger = tete de merde

SMP said...

turleygirlie, I'm happy the subtlety wasn't lost on everyone.

::giGGle:: away!

Rick Muscles said...

How many people who post on this site were history majors?...... I thought so.