With football season on hold for the rest of the summer, we’re all getting a little bored. Monday nights have no meaning. Thursday nights are terrible.
— Pat Donovan (@PatDonovanWDAE) July 11, 2017
If you’re finding yourself in the same boat, here are 10 ways to fill the void until September 7th.
- Start a pickup games of your own. Can be problematic if you are in cities that are hot as hell, or if you have a lack of friends.
- Mock fantasy football leagues. This could take hours when you draft up every possible outcome for every game, player, and possible injuries and errors.
- Start a stamp collection. Tedious and attention needing, time will pass in no time.
Good morning everybody, hereby my first tweet about my stamps collection. I inherited an international stamp collection. Please take a look. pic.twitter.com/huneFsFcbo
— Stamp collector (NL) (@OldStampsTaai) July 12, 2017
- Take up a belly dance class. A great way to get in shape and learn more about a different culture.
my little cousin trying to belly dance bless her ahahah pic.twitter.com/kyjCnM9z0K
— rohina (@rohinaa_) July 20, 2017
- Marathon TV shows. With 8 seasons of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, 4 seasons of Arrested Development, 7 seasons of Parks and Recreation, 7 seasons of The League, and 20 seasons of South Park, you should be able to have just enough to tide you over.
- Get a part time job at a sports bar. At least you will be able to listen to ESPN.
- Watch every movie about football you can find on your usual Monday nights.
The Replacements. Shane Falco is a top 10 movie athlete. pic.twitter.com/HwBjDF4wvm
— Rob Wagner (@The_Rob_Wagner) July 8, 2017
- Start watching baseball. With 162 games in a regular season, 30 teams, there’s a whole new world waiting for you.
- Start learning to crocheting or knitting.
- Train like a pro, so you don’t just wait to watch on tv.
— Olympics (@Olympics) July 17, 2017