By: POV Editorial Staff
One of our editors has a son who is into soccer. Like, really into soccer. He talks to his sister about it, who has now learned that, when he starts up, it’s best to just let it happen. He talks to his step-mom about it, who is legally obligated to humor him. A few months ago, on a trip visiting grandparents in Florida, this kid’s grandfather—who is just as soccer-crazy as his grandson—and the boy talked soccer literally the entire trip. No other subject was even entertained with any seriousness.
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