Rules for dating a hockey player
You find yourself drinking beer and watching NHL games regularly, even when your man isn’t there. Your weekends consist of going to his games and celebrating wins at the bar after WTB, because you've basically become one of the guys. You can't help uncontrollably yelling at the refs when your boyfriend gets put in the penalty box. You get nervous but also turned on when he drops his gloves, so you just sort of stand there speechless. Play fighting with each other turns into him wrapping your shirt around his hand as if it’s a jersey.
He’s probably the oldest boy you met at college, but don’t let that fool you--hockey players are just giant kids in shoulder pads. The two of you go to tons of hockey games, which is even better when each of your favorite teams are rivals. They love to cuddle because, deep down, they’re softies.
If the NHL doesn't convince you that they're just the hottest breed of guy, here's a few more reasons to get you to switch teams. You'll surely be willing to sit through a few innings then. Hiking If you're an active, outdoorsy couple this is the perfect date. Especially if you go just a teeny bit tipsy (not kidding). Winery/brewery If you've got any local wineries or breweries near you, spring is the perfect time to go. I'm not sure what it is about these places, but they really are somehow more fun when you go for date.
For those of you ladies out there who know your man would love to go to a game, but you aren't so into the whole sports thing yourself, I encourage you to take a look at how those players look in their uniforms.
What’s the best way to pick up a hockey player at the rink?
Not to mention the best part about the weather warming up: outdoor seating at restaurants. Farmers market trip OK, so a lot of guys may not be up for this, but if yours is totally take advantage of it. Browse the individual booths and possibly pick up some fresh ingredients to later cook something up with. Ladies and Gentlemen, Gary Bettman has done it again. And we've seen him screw over Canadian television provider CBC on a multitude of occasions, despite how much of a staple Hockey Night in Canada is.
Whether you're hiking a mountain or just a wooded trail, it's still a great way to enjoy the nice weather. You'll be able to take your time walking around shopping, going to museums, etc. We've seen three lockouts -- including one that canceled an entire season.
If that’s all one of these guys sees in you, they’re shitty, it’s not an equal partnership and their ass should be dumped.4.
It’s human to be disappointed by plans with your guy being cancelled.