Top 12 sports that are clearly right-wing, for people who love money

Much like the favorite brands of right-wingers, sports falls into two big categories: people who like lemon meringue pie and people who prefer chocolate éclairs. I won’t say who’s who because I’m not a pastry chef, but the fact remains that certain sports are in fact more practiced by people on the right. It’s not me who says it, it’s the sociological report 87-B of 2008 of the Ministry of Youth and Sports (or the editorial of Topito if you prefer).

1. Formula 1 (and karting)

Why it’s clearly on the right: because it pollutes as much as Jean Castex who goes to vote in a private jet and only people who have good life insurance can want to die in such a risky sport (and then pay such expensive tickets to see a car go by for a second in front of you frankly, that says it all).

The sport you can do in exchange for stopping being right-wing: biking. With a doorbell and headphones (because we still care about you, kitten).

2. Golf

Why it’s clearly on the right: Do I really need to explain why it’s so right to play golf?

The sport you can do in exchange for stopping being right-wing: mini-golf, the golf of poor people, penniless, who love CAF more than their own mother.

3. Fencing

Why it’s clearly on the right: perhaps in relation to the fact that sword sports were a noble thing throughout the history of France, and that, during that time, the peasants learned to make too good biscuits with wheat.

The sport you can do in exchange for stopping being right-wing: a Chinese thumb-inch, as much challenge as risk of injury.

4. Horse riding

Why it’s clearly on the right: You might think that people who go horseback riding are animal lovers, but nay, that’s not their primary motivation. If they’re there, it’s to be able to say “Huh cannabis” and blame the horse’s education if he doesn’t respond to heel strikes (plus, it costs a ball in membership and equipment) .

The sport you can do in exchange for stopping being right-wing: Addicted to the gym, since apparently you like to ride on things.

5. Sailing

Why it’s clearly on the right: Already, if you sail regularly, it means that you live near the sea or a beautiful body of water and that therefore you have accommodation in a well sought-after place (not to say rich) . And strangely, you didn’t choose kayaking or bodysurfing. It smells of the person who wants to have his boat license later. All right!

The sport you can do in exchange for stopping being right-wing: Paddle, the best aquatic sliding sport after the toboggan.

6. Croquet

Why it’s clearly on the right: Croquet is just the puck of the rich, I don’t make the rules.

The sport you can do in exchange for stopping being right-wing: The mölky, which will always give you more prestige than croquet.

7. Polo

Why it’s clearly on the right: You ride a pony to play croquet and you dare ask us why it’s right? Wouldn’t you be laughing at us a little bit, by any chance, huh?

The sport you can do in exchange for stopping being right-wing: Quidditch, in addition, it hurts the buttocks less.

8. Squash

Why it’s clearly on the right: Clearly a game for people who aren’t comfortable with the idea of ​​wetting their satiny hair under the float.

The sport you can do in exchange for stopping being right-wing: Tennis, to be on the right just when you break your racket swinging it because you lost.

9. Motocross

Why it’s clearly on the right: Because I have decided. There are things that cannot be explained, you just feel it, that’s all.

The sport you can do in exchange for stopping being right-wing: Scooter acrobatics, a sport with a very promising future.

10. Hunting

Why it’s clearly on the right: Because you like killing animals for fun after giving them the anguish of their lives. Must say what is there.

The sport you can do in exchange for stopping being right-wing: Cigarette butt hunting, for once you’re going to bring a lot of stuff home, it’s your family who’s going to be proud of you.

11. The catamaran

Why it’s clearly on the right: Because you know how to position port and starboard and as with sailing, you have easy access to the sea which is a little too suspicious.

The sport you can do in exchange for stopping being right-wing: Nothing, you’re too far to the right, we can’t do anything more, we’re leaving without you.

12. Archery

Why it’s clearly on the right: Because you like a little too much to take yourself for Robin Hood or Katniss d’The Hunger Games whereas in truth, you do not declare all your taxes, naughty.

The sport you can do in exchange for stopping being right-wing: parkour, because you also have to aim well, otherwise it might hurt.

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