The longer we live the more we find ourselves saying sentences that we could never have imagined ourselves uttering even in the not so dimly lit past.
Why only this week I found myself exclaiming "Shit! I've forgotten to put pepper on the asparagus!" which is a combination of words that my fourteen year old self would have found to be as incomprehensible as a book of knitting patterns written in ancient Mandarin.
But we change and we grow as people, until eventually our bodies transcend into a perfect blast of white hot light which is then synthesised into the fuel which will one day be powerful enough to allow the Mothership to return to Thargon, our true home planet (I'm still working on the details of my new religion but feel free to make donations through paypal if you wish).
So; new sentences.
This weeks poll asks which of the following sentences do you think you are least likely to utter when watching the Whitecaps this season.
First though we have the business of last weeks poll to conclude which asked which of Tom Soehn's tactical changes you were most happy with. Just winning out was making Akloul a first choice central defender (which Soehn promptly abandoned against Philadelphia) but a close second was bringing in Joe Cannon to replace Jay Nolly.
Benjamin threatened to physically assault anybody who voted for moving Camilo to the left (which 7% did) so even the Munificent Emperor of Thargon can't know what he will do to those who were happy to see Russell Tiebert removed from the starting eleven.
Now answer the poll below.
Which of the following sentences do you think you are least likely to utter when watching the Whitecaps this season.
"I wish Camilo would stop trying to stay on his feet when he has been clearly fouled." (21 votes)
"Hassli should have been red carded for that tackle; the referee was too lenient." (18 votes)
"Stop all this fancy one touch play and get the ball forward!" (7 votes)
'You know, I actually prefer a game that is played on turf and not grass." (14 votes)
"Wow this food is really rather good, and so reasonably priced too." (21 votes)
81 total votes