A new survey has revealed one in 10 men admits England winning Euro 2012 would mean more than their wedding day. We Hear You!
Paddy Power has listened to customer feedback* to today unveil this amazing Euro Pass. Print it out, fold it up and stick it in your wallet IMMEDIATELY, if not sooner. It could very well save your life this month.
According to research, 15 per cent of male soccer addicts are more moved by their team’s cup or league win than their child’s first steps or first day at school. Duh.
- FACT: A study by electrical chain Comet found that one third of men would happily do chores like the washing up in a trade-off to watch England games uninterrupted.
- FACT: One in five said they would have dinner with the in-laws in order to have full access to the remote control during the footie. Cripes.
- MADE-UP: 10/10 said Paddy Power’s Euro Pass would enhance their sex lives.
Some 40 per cent of fellas are set to watch 18 hours of football during Euro 2012. Sports psychologist Martin Perry said the emotional impact of a win was as great as any landmark event in their lives.
He said: “We’ve all seen men sat with their head in their hands after their favourite team has lost an important football match and this survey really highlights the passion that men can feel towards the beautiful game.
“For many, the feelings they experience when watching a pivotal match can even overshadow the emotion they feel on some of the biggest occasions in their lives, including the birth of their first child.”
You don’t want to disobey a doctor, do you?
(*Euro Pass entirely our own idea)
(Voucher valid for the ladies too, obviously)