This is a paraphrase of a line from the Kevin Smith movie "Zack and Miri Make a Porno" and it's spoken by a rambling drunk, talking about his experience the night before, watching a football game on television while drinking. It's a nonsensical sentence; he starts off the sentence talking about what the quarterback (Ben Roethlisberger) did, but halfway through the sentence he forgets what he was talking about and finishes up with the drinking cheer ("hug it, chug it, football! all night!").Hello!
"I went to see an NFL game and the quaterback was all "Hug it, chug it, football!" All night!"
Could anyone explain this sentence to me?
Thank you in advance!
I've just rewatched the scene, and I'm afraid I got it wrong. The drunk in that scene is, in fact, referring to Roethlisberger running the football a lot. He also wasn't watching the game on TV, he was at the game, in the stadium ("You guys see the game? I was AT IT."). Sorry about that.Thank you! So in fact "Hug it, chug it, football" is a drinking cheer? Then I understand "hug it" and "chug it", but why "football"?
Thanks in advance.