WOT: Foosball’s the Devil

Table football, also known as table soccer, and known as babyfoot in France, Kicker in German-speaking countries, calciobalilla/calcetto in Italian and foosball /ˈfuːzbɔːl/ in North America, is a table-top game that is loosely based on association football (soccer).[1] The aim of the game is to move the ball into the opponent's goalby manipulating rods which have figures attached. Although rules often vary by country and region when the game is played casually, at the competitive level table soccer is played according to a unified code.

Pole: watching foosball this weekend?

1. Of course.

2. No, I’m lame.

3. No, sports are lame.

4. I’ll watch a little bit of the UNT game and the rest can suck it.