One of the few time wasting pleasures that I have maintained even during our start-up regimen here at RightSite is my daily scanning of the NFL news from the US. Reading about the drama of football gives me a break from sifting through the latest real estate data and investment news and gives me some insight into what is really going on back home in America.
Today I found out that what is really going on is that there is either a severe shortage of proofreaders, or that NFL star Peyton Manning loves to pick on teams that have grown fat and happy on traditional Slavic pastries.
According to what we see on the popular website SI.com today, the strategically minded NFL star Peyton Manning has refined his game to a new level, by specifically targetting players on the opposite team who have grown fat from eating too many blini.Â A blintz (or blini if you’re having more than one of them) is a pastry of Slavic origin that’s a bit like a crepe and sure to load you down with extra carbohydrates.Â Easy to see why defenders might lose a step by ingesting a few too many of these, but many of us slip a bit as we near the holidays.
No word yet on whether other teams plan to adopt this strategy or whether Peyton plans to later victimise Vikings who love their lefse a bit too much.