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  • We have a mixed marriage/relationship - he/she likes another team!

    7 14.89%
  • Complete harmony - he/she wears the horns!

    10 21.28%
  • Indifference - he/she likes football, but isn't a diehard fan.

    10 21.28%
  • Complete indifference - he/she couldn't care less about football.

    15 31.91%
  • I'm single - but I hope to find a fellow Ram fan!

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    How does your spouse/significant other feel about the Rams?

    This poll is inspired, in part, by a certain couple with a Ram fan and an Eagle fan living together in (apparent) harmony.

    How does your spouse or significant other feel about your beloved St. Louis Rams?


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    Re: How does your spouse/significant other feel about the Rams?

    My ex is completely indifferent and tends to bash on sports fanaticism in general.

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    Re: How does your spouse/significant other feel about the Rams?

    My wife is pretty indifferent. She does like the Rams, and will go out to watch a game with me, and even wears her Holt jersey,but spends most of that time on her phone on facebook or playing games.

    Watching it live is a different story...she gets WAY into it when we're at the stadium.
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    Re: How does your spouse/significant other feel about the Rams?

    My better half is an ex-jock so she appreciates the athleticism of the game & the passion of the fans but she has no affiliation to any team. She has said that my unwavering loyalty to the team , especially while living in the heart of enemy territory, & its strong roots in family; a lot of my father/son bonding was centered around The Rams, helps her overlook the caveman/boy behavior. Chicks dig that fidelity/sensitive guy stuff.

    She often makes me & my friends a plate of blue chip & golden cheese nachos in a Gehrke swirl design. What more can you ask?

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    Re: How does your spouse/significant other feel about the Rams?

    My girlfriend is loyal to the Rams and has attended a few Bashes, but is not what I would call a "diehard". Maybe the fact that when she first became a fan, her favorite player was Tye Hill, who didn't exactly come through for her. She's partial to Jackson now and when I got back from St. Louis on Monday, couldn't stop gushing about his TD run. She was pretty quiet about the rest of the game.
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    Re: How does your spouse/significant other feel about the Rams?

    She likes the Giants, and I can see the Meadowlands aka MetLife Stadium from my daily drive to work.

    It's gonna be crazy for me Monday here in North Jerzy

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    Re: How does your spouse/significant other feel about the Rams?

    my gf could care less about football and the rams. im pretty sure the reasons are as follow- 1. she doesnt watch sports accept the rare soccer game 2. shes ukranian and spent half her life in ukraine, and 3. shes spent the other half of her life in israel and thats where we live now.

    she was able to find the season opener on tv though, which i was amazed at, since i didnt even think they showed US football on tv here. i was so excited, like a kid in a candy store, jumping around, all bright eyed and extremely excited, she just kind of rolled her eyes at me most of the night as i watched the game. i think she watched maybe 2 seconds total of the game. love her to death, even if she doesnt care about the rams, ill care for them for the both of us.

    GO RAMS!!!
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    Re: How does your spouse/significant other feel about the Rams?

    My wife well girl friend at the time where at a game and I could see she was getting board. So at half time we left. As we where driving away from the stadium I knew I was going to marry her LOL. I just left this game because she was not into it...

    Well 14 years later she still will not watch a game, I take that back. She has watched two with me both SB!

    She does want them to win cuz she knows it bums me out when they lose.

    Small print that was a preseason game .... that we left

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    Re: How does your spouse/significant other feel about the Rams?

    Being English and American Football being a minority sport in this country, any girlfriends Ive ever had think Im stone mad. I get the same old tired comments from nearly everyone I meet. Its either the sport is total garbage, I havent got a clue whats going on, or all them players with all that padding on, what a bunch of ______. Rugby is far more violent, which is nonsense.!! AS for the Rams, IF anyone has heard of them, they will always say, oh yeah the LA Rams.
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    Re: How does your spouse/significant other feel about the Rams?

    I'm single, my hand types it like the Rams as well!
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    Re: How does your spouse/significant other feel about the Rams?

    As many of you know my wife joins me most of the time for our BASH/Game weekends. Really she isn't even close to being a diehard fan but she really likes it when the RAMS win and the Patriots lose.

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    Re: How does your spouse/significant other feel about the Rams?

    Quote Originally Posted by r8rh8rmike View Post
    My girlfriend is loyal to the Rams and has attended a few Bashes, but is not what I would call a "diehard". Maybe the fact that when she first became a fan, her favorite player was Tye Hill, who didn't exactly come through for her. She's partial to Jackson now and when I got back from St. Louis on Monday, couldn't stop gushing about his TD run. She was pretty quiet about the rest of the game.
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    Re: How does your spouse/significant other feel about the Rams?

    i split up with my last longterm girlfriend over me watching the Rams dismantle the Vikings in their own back yard on new years eve 2006.

    it was a case of her saying
    "do we have to watch this sh.. on new years eve" to which i replied "do we have to have the friends you bad mouth when they are not around in our living room when i`m trying to watch this?"

    i`d spend the week watching all her tv shows but she couldn`t handle me having just one thing for myself..so i dumped her.


    she was Canadian..i thought there would be a chance she`d like the sport...
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    Re: How does your spouse/significant other feel about the Rams?

    My girlfriend isn't a sports fan but I am sure she would tell you that she loves when the Rams win and hates when they lose. She didn't talk to me for like an hour after the Eagles game because I was so pissed about the loss and the injuries. She knows I get upset about losses so she gives me my space, but like I said she prefers that the Rams win.

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    Re: How does your spouse/significant other feel about the Rams?

    If I tip well the girl will pretend to be a Rams fan. If I pay extra she wears the Rams Cheerleader outfit.
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