Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by ECMember, Apr 6, 2018.
Yeah I wore them at home in my room when nobody was around. Or under my sweats or pants. Lol
Did they feel good wearing them? I used to wear them in my dorm room and pose and look in the mirror.
Yeah the felt good. They were comfortable. Sometimes too comfortable lol
They fit a little tight "down there" if you know what I mean. I mean I just think of them as a little tighter compression short.
I would have to say rugby they never played it at my school when I watch it now I think that would have been fun to play at school
I played on a football team, and a netball team
I regret nothing, even although netball was kind of boring
Sometime I want to try paintball or airsoft
Oh I'd like to try paintball! But more now than in high school. I think I used to be too whiny for that You get hit with those bullets...
I still wish I could've learned to swim by the time I was in high school. I didn't just stuck to cross country running and distance track.
I wish I’d joined the swim team. I’m a good swimmer but I had really bad confidence and body image issues in high school
yeah. I've always loved basketball, so much I was in a basketball team in middle school. but at that time I also got diagnosed with heart problems and had to stop playing, and I wasn't allowed to go back to it. later I got to know my heart problems are a symptom of Marfan syndrome, and it's a condition that definitely doesn't allow to play sports at all.
I'm still quite sad about it sometimes, it was my favourite sport ever.
Played volleyball and badminton in HS. Not gonna say Im very good at it, but we did won a volleyball competition before. In badminton, I can make it rain smashes
Only one way to find out!
I figure people pay more attention to the fun anyway or they have an adrenaline rush
I used to play volleyball on a team, but didn't keep it up long enough to become good. After I graduated high school I paid for coaching to learn how to swim all the competitive strokes and I still keep that up. So honestly, if I had had top surgery and passed as male - I would love to be on a swim team. Butterfly all the way, baby.
I could have tried to go for wrestling, but I think I prefer sticking to my martial arts classes outside of school
I'm not much of a team player, so maybe track?
I wish I could have played hockey. However, if I had joined the team I would have been driving at least 6+ hours to away games, which my parents did not want to do, and I understand why.
I probably would have liked to play tennis but most of the people who were on the tennis team were the ones who bullied me. Meh. /shrug
I played football in high school and although I loved the sport, I started to lose interest during my junior year and just kinda did it during my senior year (although I did earn some high praise from the coach during the end of year banquet that I didn't attend because I forgot about it and had to work). I tried wrestling but I didn't like it.
The two sports I wished I did was soccer and hockey. I couldn't because at that time my school didn't have either sport, but I always played floor hockey during gym class and had a blast. I was almost always in goal and generally showed no fear as I usually left with my body (and neck one time) covered in welts from letting the ball hit me.
Soccer was the big one for me. It was always a letdown when the rumors of getting a soccer team were found out to be untrue every year. Then, as luck owuld have it, about 5 years after I graduated my school coopted with another nearby town and got a soccer team. Go figure =/
Soccer, baseball, tennis, and maybe crew. Still in high school but sports won't happen for me till college, since I'm not out to my parents and have no experience with team sports besides stuff like pick-up games or gym class. But I was almost literally jumping for joy when I found out about club and intramural sports on a college tour. Finally. When I get to college I want to do as many sports as I can. Right now I'm learning stuff for baseball and softball and the good news is I'm doing really well at practices so far (my dad, though I'm not out and he doesn't know I'll possibly do guys baseball in college, coaches me along wih my best friend; dad played baseball and co-ed slow pitch softball, and tho my friend played fast pitch girls softball, a lot of the basic skills are similar enough to teach me). It's so much fun, great exercise, and it feels great. I can't wait to hopefully do sports in college..
Since I like being barefoot, then Olympic gymnastics. I would have enjoyed that I reckon.