Translation:I play football, you play tennis, and he swims.
Wait a second...a moment ago foci was talking about soccer! What kind of devilry is this?
Btw, why is American "football" called "football"? Is it because the "ball" is about a foot long? That would make sense. Real football follows a different reasoning. See, there you do not touch the ball with your hands in regular play. :)
You're asking a question as old as the chicken and the egg, mate. I'm an Australian so we're kind of in the same boat regarding what shaped ball constitutes a "football" vs a "soccer ball", but from an outsiders perspective American football seems to make precious use of the foot. On another note, if you watch Touch Football, the kicking of the ball is not allowed at all. Weird.