A telltale sign that spring has sprung? Gay boys in tank tops. Pitchers full of margaritas. And the deck at Zocalo overflowing with flag football jocks and their athletic supporters.
The National Flag Football League of Atlanta hosted its 8th Annual Margarita Bust on Saturday, a tradition that hints at what's to come during the upcoming season. They've already partied during the Super Bowl and trained their new recruits. On March 24, they hit the field for Opening Day.
And by tradition, we mean the NFFLA has been perfecting this margarita thing since 2010. Sometimes twice a year, year after year after year after year after year after year.
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