Giving interviews can be fun at first, but they can quickly turn into a boring chore for famous people. Just ask NFL athletes, who are contractually obligated to listen to pedantic queries of annoying reporters and produce logical answers. And a simple "yeah" is no good, as Marshawn Lynch would attest.
Houston Texans running back Arian Foster is no different. He has a notorious problem of getting bored in interviews. So, when a group of pesky reporters approached him on Thursday with a raft full of questions, he got creative.
Instead of just answering like usual, he chose to give his new British accent a try. In the entire exchange, Foster spoke as if he was from Hampshire, United Kingdom, instead of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Not only was his enunciation quite impressive, but he also had the right British terms to go with it. When one reporter tried to force the word "mate" on him and another corrected him that it's Australian, Foster sided with the latter.
With the gathered bunch of information hounds laughing at this tomfoolery, Foster ended the chat with a good old "cheerio!"