Audible: the shouting and signaling in code during a football game. They can have various intentions, depending on what the quarterback saw in the opposing defense.
Scrimmage: An imaginary line that cuts across the field through its narrowest part that no team can intersect until the next play has begun.
Snap: This is the action the center performs when passing the ball between the legs from the line of scrimmage to the quarterback.
Halfback: The runner who receives the most balls and carries all the weight of the running game. Of all the men in the backfield, they tend to be the ones at the back and are useful for long runs since receiving the ball several yards behind the line of scrimmage gives them a better view of the field and more power in their run.
Safeties: the last men on defense. Their job is to stop the attacker who has managed to outpace all teammates and avoid the opponent's touchdown.
Touchdown: This is the most valuable form of scoring and is achieved when a player from the offensive team enters the opponent's end zone with the ball, or receives a complete pass there.
Pads: These are placed on the front of the thighs, hip, and knees. They can help avoid at least one of those knocks that put your whole leg to sleep.
Twink: This is a gay slang term that describes young looking gay men who have barely outgrown their majority, some while still children (14-24 years old).
Photochromic lenses: (or transition lens, as a generic trademark from the brand name Transitions) is an optical lens that darkens on exposure to light of sufficiently high frequency, most commonly ultraviolet (UV) radiation. In the absence of activating light, the lenses return to their clear state.
Wingback: a player located just outside the final outermost regions. Wingback is usually used in extreme situations of blocking or offensive imbalance.
Offensive tackle: they play in the outermost zone of the offensive line, outside the offensive guards. Their main role is to block in running or passing plays.
Center: is in charge of putting the ball into play with the snap. Their functions are the main ones of blocking, generals of the players of the offensive line, or linemen.
Tackle: it consists of making a regulated movement to prevent the opponent from carrying out what they intend to do, knocking them down with powerful hand-to-hand pushes.
Wide receiver: specialists in receiving passes and have a great speed. Their main job is to run through pre-set routes and open up for the pass, although sometimes they must also perform the blocking function.
Mon amour: means my love in French.
Super Bowl: (also known as Supertazón in Hispanoamérica) is the name given to the final game of the National Football League (NFL) championship.
Belonephobia: is the extreme, uncontrollable, and irrational fear of needles and other objects that can cause wounds with blood such as pins, knives, razors, saws, syringes, branches, etc.
Belle Isle Zoo: The existing zoo in Detroit is on the outskirts of the city, but it closed. It opened in 1928. Becoming the most important zoo in the area, the Belle Isle location became a children's zoo in 1947. Though the park has not seen an official visitor in a decade, explorers still visit it.
Climbing: The exercise of the climber, or mountain climbers, is a complete exercise that allows you to work the body at a cardiovascular level, in addition to involving legs, abdomen, shoulders, and chest.
Siddhartha Gautama, better known as Gautama Buddha, Sakyamuni, or simply the Buddha, was an ascetic (sannyasin) and wise man on whose teachings Buddhism was founded. He was born in the now-defunct Sakha Republic in the foothills of the Himalayas. He taught mainly in northwest India.
Fighting Tigers: The football team was created in 1893. In its 114-year history, it has won three national titles, in 1958, 2003 and 2007, six Sugar Bowls and twelve Conference championship titles.
Jasper's Team Mascot: Actually, the Michigan Wolverines are the only college football team without a mascot. But for the story, I decided to add one.
Freddy Krueger: Frederick Charles Krueger, or simply Fred or Freddy Krueger, is the main character in the horror film saga A Nightmare on Elm Street.
500 Days of Summer: is a 2009 American film in the comedy-drama genre directed by Marc Webb.
Autonepiophilia or paraphilic childishness: is a philia characterized by the desire to wear diapers and other baby clothes, drink from a bottle, and generally be treated like a small child.
Dobby: is a dwarf, a character from the film Harry Potter.
Porky: The character of the pink pig in the Looney Tunes.
Summa cum laude: 'with highest praise' (extremely outstanding). It represents the recognition of an extremely outstanding performance, with an average of more than 3.9/4.0 to 4.7/5.0.
Polyamory: is a neologism that refers to maintaining love and/or sexual relations, simultaneously with several people, with the consent and knowledge of all involved.
Sean McDermott: coach of the Buffalo Bills, a professional football team based in the Buffalo-Niagara Falls metropolitan area.
Baltimore Ravens: A professional American football team from Baltimore City, Maryland. They are part of the AFC North in the National Football League.
San Francisco 49ers are a professional American football team from the city of San Francisco, California.
"A Lannister always pays his debts": famous phrase from the popular Game of Thrones series.
Satyr: a lewd man who has an exacerbated sexual desire.
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