I knew I needed a little prep work before attempting to write a piece about Sunday Football Socks, so I opened today’s paper and read my first football article. It had to do with a gentleman named Kiser, apparently a pretty big guy at 230 pounds, who won’t be ready for the NFL for a year or two. This is according to a Mr. Kiper, who is ESPN’s draft guru. Wouldn’t they both love Sunday Football Socks? Do either of them already own any Sunday Football Socks—and how do they feel about me getting their names confused?
Down towards the foot of the Sunday Football Socks it says, Nothing Else Matters. I could sense the spirit that must drive these athletes as I finished the news article and wondered at the skill, speed, and strength this game demands. I’m sure, at game time, nothing else matters is true for the players as well as the fans.
The article also stated that the Giants are looking for an heir to Eli Manning who’s “…on the back nine at 36 years old.” Thirty-six seems young to me. I wonder if football players age faster than average and die younger. I never found out, but according to Erma Bombeck, “A man who watches three football games in a row should be declared legally dead.”
How about some Sunday Football Socks for women? They’d be a soft blue (I can’t imagine pink football socks) and the foot would say, Sunday FootballNot For Me. I discovered there actually is an Independent Women’s Football League…but I don’t believe women want to play a game that might put them in a body cast and make them look any older than necessary!
Note: "Sunday socks...football...nothing else matters" appears on only the right-hand side of both socks.
Style: Crew Size: These men's crew socks fit men's shoe sizes 7-12 Sock Maker: Blue Q (Pittsfield, Massachusetts) Materials: 59% Combed Cotton, 38% Nylon, 3% Spandex Country ofOrigin: China