I know what you’re thinking. This is close… real close.
Most people think third string quarterbacks in the NFL live the life. They get paid a league minimum (a few hundred thousand dollars), they make all that money to draw stick figures and scribble on a clipboard, and there’s ZERO pressure because they never play. But the truth is being a third string quarterback in the NFL is depressing.
Imagine being in the spotlight your entire life. In high school you’re constantly on the front page of your school newspaper. You’re entire bedroom is full of trophies. Local cops love you so much that you can get off on speeding tickets and manslaughter. In college you’re literally a celebrity on campus. You’re pushing an escalade full of ladies, on spinners, rockin a rolex, all paid for, chea. You could probably shart on your professor and he’ll smile, give you an A, and wish you luck on Saturday. Then you get to the NFL and you’re the last resort. You’re plan B, no wait, plan C. You’re a nobody.
On the other hand you can be a sumo wrestler. You’re fed enormous lunches, you’re a god in Japanese culture, and you get to wear a diaper. Back to the glory days of wearing a diaper and rolling around all day. The fatter you get the more famous you are. You have so many rolls you can hide sandwiches and juicy juice’s in these rolls. You can even have a dope name like Wakashima or Makatuna Yokozuma. I mean check out these names from some of the most famous Sumo Wrestler’s of all time…
Oikawa – I’ve been here before, it’s in upstate NY.
Masatsukasa – A kind spanish phrase meaning “My home is your home”.
Iwakaze – Don’t drink too many of these in one night.
Kashiwado – Very fast motorcycle.
Wakachichibu – I’ve been heard saying this over and over to myself while sleep walking…
I’d go with being a sumo wrestler…