Football fans, it’s Euro Cup 2012 time. If you live in the U.S., like me, prepare to justify your existence to people who prefer to watch other sports. If you live in other countries, I celebrate your freedom to share your joy with anyone within spitting distance. Lucky you.
But surely what unites all of us is the onslaught of football-related infographics, complete with awesome Buy Nolvadex And Clomid Pct, images of the coiffed Ciprofloxacin Deutsch Online, exploding piecharts and Pinterest boards too numerous to mention. Thus far, I haven’t found any graphics as funny as the Cialis Online Bestellen, but it’s early, so I’m still hopeful–there’s a lot of Photoshop licenses out there.
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And then Priligy Buy Online Australia, kindly brought to us by the gambling community (reminding us that betting is a huge part of football):
One of my favorite football-related infographics is always the slew of Generic Levitra Canada Pharmacy, each one looking suspiciously like high-tech UFOs (why did I say that? Is there any other kind of UFO?). This year is no different. When the little green men/women/whosamawhatsit come to visit, they’ll feel right at home in one of these:
And then there’s the Spanish team buzz on social media. Well, it is what it is. Go Spain!!!