Philadelphians can talk about Carson Wentza.
The Philadelphia Eagles QB will be the first player to be named the National Football League’s most valuable player since the New Orleans Saints’ Drew Brees in 2008.
How do you talk to your friend about him?
There are no words to describe the feeling, especially when you’re standing at a sports bar, a place that has seen more than a few of these conversations over the years.
“There’s nothing that you can say that will get him to agree,” one sports writer told me.
“If you’re going to say anything, you should be very honest.”
The conversation can start with a question.
Is there anything more you’d like to say to him?
I’d like him to know I love him.
Or, I’d love him to understand that he’s a special person.
Or that I love my dad, and that we’re going through this together.
Then you can go ahead and start the conversation.
The problem is, some people will go too far.
If you’re not careful, you could inadvertently be getting him to talk about you, your family, or your relationship with your kids.
It’s not about your feelings, but it is about the way you’re being portrayed in the media.
And that’s not good.
So what are some tips on how to tell your friend that you love him?
Say he’s special, not just because of his jersey number, but also because of what you’re doing.
“I think he thinks he’s so special because he’s not in a team,” a friend told me, “that he has to be special to get noticed.”
If it’s not his jersey, ask him to sign it.
When you see someone with a jersey, it means something.
You want to make sure he has a strong connection with you.
If he doesn’t, you can try to ask him if he has signed a jersey.
If there’s no jersey, you may be able to get a signed jersey signed for you.
But don’t get too excited about that.
If your friend is the one wearing it, ask if he wants to buy it.
This will probably be your biggest concern, but if you’re in a relationship and you don’t know whether your friend wants a jersey or not, ask for it.
If they’re not interested, you won’t be able get him on your team, and your friendship with your friend will be damaged.
Say something like, “Wow, you’re so special, you have a great personality, and you really do care about your teammates.”
“You’re the most special person I’ve ever met.”
“We should all do it.
You should all be great.”
Ask your friend if he’d consider joining your team.
I think it’s probably best to wait until you’ve talked to them a few times, but there’s nothing worse than getting the impression that you’re the only person who can’t stand your friend.
You’re the person who’s constantly putting him on the spot.
But maybe you can’t wait that long.
If so, ask your friend to try to get his team on board.
Don’t be afraid to tell them what you really think.
The best way to start this conversation is to say, “I love you.
I’m not the only one who thinks that way.”
Tell them how you’re trying to show them how special you are.
If that’s too awkward to say out loud, then it’s best to just say it in a soft, non-committal way.
“And that’s why I love you,” I said.
“So I’ll be a big, big fan.”
Tell your friend you’re sorry he doesn (or didn’t) sign his jersey.
“That’s okay,” he told me with a smile.
“It’s just the right thing to say.
You can always get it signed.”
Tell him how much you appreciate his friendship.
“Thank you,” he said.
If all else fails, say that you don, too.
“Oh, I’m so sorry, that was so awkward,” he responded.
“But I’m going to get my own jersey.”
He’s probably going to try it anyway.
Let him know you have no idea what you were doing or why you were so uncomfortable.
“Just don’t let it happen again,” he reassured me. 14.
If the conversation doesn’t go well, try to tell him what you’d do differently.
“Maybe I should take a different route to get this jersey,” you can tell him.
“Or maybe I should have a little more empathy for what your teammates are going through,” you could tell him, “instead of just saying I love Carson.”
If everything goes well, you’ll see that you were right.
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