A few months ago, I found out through Crystal that Betsy from Heavens to Betsy has this super cool series called The Guys Behind the Blog. Unfortunately it was a little too late to join for March but I joined in April and have been ever since! While I do talk about Seth often, I don't really know if you all know him very well. Enter : this series. Every month Betsy has different prompts that the guys behind the blog answer.
Here are November's questions.
1 // What sports did you participate in as a child? What sports did you watch growing up?
As I child, I played soccer and baseball. I liked watching baseball and football.
2 // If you could line up your ideal Super Bowl, who would be facing off, where would they play and who would you pick to win?
Blank stare... thinking... seeming like I just blew his mind with this question.
Well you know one of them. The Steelers obviously. They would play the Green Bay Packers. In Pittsburgh. Where we would kick their a$$ this time. All day, everyday. So obviously, the Steelers would win.
3 // Do you prefer the summer or winter Olympics? If you could participate in one Olympic sport, what would it be?
Seth : I'd pick baseball but they don't have baseball anymore.
Me : You can still pick it. Maybe they'll bring it back.
Seth : Thank you. Then, I'd definitely pick the summer Olympics and the sport I'd want to play is baseball.
4 // What is your favorite food to eat at a sports party (ex: World Series, Super Bowl, Stanley Cup, etc.)?
Seth : Chicken wings. Pizza. Nachos. French fries. Hamburgers. Hot dogs.
Me : Sounds like you won't go hungry.
Seth : Well, pretty much, most importantly, beer.
5 // Who is your all time favorite athlete and why?
Lou Gehrig. He's one of the best first baseman of all time. I did a report on him back in elementary school which made me really interested and want to learn more. I admire him so much for the fact that he basically taught himself how to play baseball while having his glove backwards because he was left handed and his parents bought him a right handed glove.