Well Amigos it’s been a rough day at Casa de Canterbury for the old woman Slow and Pretty and their favorites at FIFA and Wimbledon – a very rough day.  The Red Man knows when it’s time to lay low, and it’s time to lay low up in here tonight.



And for me, beach!

Slow’s all-time favorite Rafael Nadal was beaten by a 19-year-old Aussie named Nick Kyrios who managed to serve an unbelievable thirty-seven aces and thoroughly frustrate Nadal who said in his press conference that it was hard to win when your opponent was serving 114 mph on their second serve.  That’s some serious smoke on the ball, Sports Fans, so Kyrios goes to the quarterfinals and Rafa plans to head to the beach.  Vaya con Dios, good buddy, and enjoy the sun and surf.


Nick Kyrios from Australia

Beating Nadal – Mission Possible

Now Slow and Pretty can join forces and hope that Roger Federer has one more Grand Slam left on his racket at Wimbledon this year…just one more for the Federer.  Heh, heh.


Bigger Balls – Big Losses


FIFA – Team USA against Belgium


Belgian Sports Fans very happy!


Belgian Coach also very happy


Team USA not happy


The agony and the ecstasy


To the victor

The Red Man sends Paw Snaps and Twirls to the Belgians and Nick Kyrios and all the other Big Winners on this first day of July that starts us on the downside of the year 2014 and he also sends a huge Bark Out to Rafa and Team USA and the other Big Losers for the great moments in sports that all of us in the bleacher seats at Casa de Canterbury have enjoyed in the past few weeks.  Slow and Pretty will just have to get over themselves and learn to be a little bit more positive in their negativity.  Seriously, these are two lesbians who need to get a life outside the sports arenas.

Get me outta here Percy…I need to tip-paw to bed…shhhh…catch you later…