Wednesday 18 October 2017

Kirsty Blake Knox: Zero interest in sport? Turn off Twitter

To get through a bumper sports weekend when you've no interest first things first; get off social media
To get through a bumper sports weekend when you've no interest first things first; get off social media
Kirsty Blake Knox

Kirsty Blake Knox

Getting through a bumper sports weekend when you have zero interest in sports can be a little trying. Especially if you thought the Liam McCarthy Cup was called the Mick McCarthy Cup, don't know the difference between a try and a conversion, and find the GAA points system as confusing as Schrödinger's cat, or Donald Trump's hair.

First things first; get off social media. Now, immediately, at once.

Your timelines will be filled with tweets about unfair penalties, offside rules, and the like. You'll feel out of the loop and socially inadequate. Best to avoid.

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