Tom Brady Will Make You Wear Ugg Slippers If You Visit Him

Last Sunday night, the New England Patriots kicked off their season with a win over the Arizona Cardinals. Sounds pretty standard, right?

Well, in reality, this game was anything but. For the first time in 113 games, quarterback Tom Brady did not start for the Patriots, as he is serving a four-game suspension to start this NFL season.

So, how is Brady keeping busy the first month of the season? Well, the 39-year-old recently sat down with New York magazine to talk about how he's coping with the suspension and what he's doing to stay in a good frame of mind while he's not playing.

During the interview, which took place at the Viceroy hotel in Midtown Manhattan, Brady revealed a whole lot about himself, and only fostered the opinion this dude is, in fact, like no other ordinary human being.

For starters, Brady apparently smelled like wood during the interview, but that's really nothing compared to the information he shared.

Apparently, Brady has never had coffee or a strawberry (what?) in his life, and he has more UGGs than he can keep track of.

In fact, Brady revealed if you were to come to his house, you'd be forced to take part in this unholy UGG-wearing phenomenon.

Speaking on these odd lifestyle choices, Brady said,

I have a lot [of UGGs]. More than you could ever imagine. My wife doesn't let anyone wear shoes in our house, so we have a bench, and under the bench is all UGGs slippers.

He continued,

I have more suits than days of the year that I get to wear them. It's just the way it goes. I'm a pretty casual dresser. At home, it's probably whatever is functional to relax in, whether it's a pair of sweats or a pair of jeans.

Finally, the athlete who appears to have it all revealed which competitor's skill he wishes he had, saying,

I've always been the slowest guy on the team, so I'd love to be like Usain Bolt. I'd love to be the fastest guy on the planet.

It appears even the great Tom Brady has room for improvement.

Citations: Tom Brady Has Never Eaten a Strawberry in His Entire Life (New York magazine)