Awesome!! They're actually my favorite NHL team from Canada :lloll: I have a favorite team from both countries, so Toronto is one, and the Colorado Avalanche is the American representative I guess you can say 1 I don't watch it much either, but I'd really like to. Down here we only have one channel that's broadcasting any games right now, and I think they only show maybe 1-2 games a week But if I see a game on you can guarantee I'll be watching :lloll:
Ahhhhh women's volleyball :faint1: Totally agree with you on that one. No man will ever get tired of watching that. Do you have any preferences?? I prefer college myself :lol5:
As far as other sports go, I'm a huge football (American) fan, but I guess you knew that already I'm a big fan of both college and pro, so that's what takes up my Saturdays and Sundays during the fall :lloll: I try and watch the other football as much as I can also. I only have one channel that consistently shows soccer, so that's on my tv every once in a while as well
Oh and thanks to TC, I'm a huge F1 fan now :yes1: I'm still a total noob at it though lol. I've only seen 3 races, so I've got quite a ways to go
Canada is definitely one of the places I want to visit at some point in my life. I've always wanted to go up there. And of course all that snow is a big reason why. I can only recall seeing snow maybe once in my life :sad1: So I'm totally jealous of people like you who have been around snow their entire lives 1 I'm always just "Maaaaaaan I wish I lived around snow" (No hard feelings though , just try and send some snow down here if you can spare some :lloll
So you're a big skier huh?? What kind of racing do you do?? Did I see you in the Vancouver Olympics this past February?? :lol4:
Cool!! Home of the CN Tower right?? :lloll: I know you don't watch pro hockey a lot, but does that make you a Maple Leafs fan?? I know some things about Canada, like how your provinces are like our states, and that it gets very cold over there :lol5:
I'm almost an entire country away lol. I live down here in hot, muggy, not cold, San Antonio, Texas.