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    Re: Hide the children

    Cool story bro..... and what a ****** website.



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    Re: Hide the children

    those fans are stupid if they messed with my kids they would get my size 13 up their ***




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    Re: Hide the children

    that thread was incredibly stupid. Until i saw an avatar of limecat!



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    Re: Hide the children

    That's funny, because I was planning on finding a KSU cheerleader after the game. She'll be upset about the outcome naturally, and I will offer to console her. Seeing my ISU attire, she'll be wary at first, but I'll win her over with my self-deprecating wit and offer of Hennessy brand cognac.

    I shall wine her and dine her that night, and she will grow to trust me. When the evening reaches it's natural conclusion, I will pull a Don Draper, and let her know that I'm not ready to consumate our relationship yet.

    The next morning she will receive a dozen yellow & red roses.

    Our courtship will last well over a year. Her friends and parents will hate me of course, but I'll remind her that all great loves are flawed in some way, like Romeo & Juliet.

    I will propose over dinner one evening, hiding the ring in glass of champagne, to remind her of that night on the beach, when we watched the stars and drank under the moonlight. She'll gasp, then laugh and throw her hands around my neck and agree immediately.

    Of course, the ceremony is just gorgeous. Outdoor wedding, with doves and a four-piece string quartet. I've arranged to arrive via limousine and walk to the altar with the ring.

    But the minutes pass, and I still don't arrive. Guests shift in their seats, and the cheerleader at the altar bites her lip nervously. Her mother leans to her father and whispers, "I knew that boy was no good."

    Suddenly a limousine screeches to a halt in the driveway leading up processional. Everyone turns at once, relieved that I've finally arrived. But instead, a young boy gets out of the car, and walks up the path.

    He smiles at the cheerleader, and hands her the piece of paper that he's been holding in his hand. She takes it, unsure of what it will be.

    It's a xeroxed copy of a picture of me, mid-coitus with two of her friends from the cheerleading squad. The caption reads, "I'll **** a Wildcat, but I'm never spending my life with one."

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    Re: Hide the children

    sdillon500 FTW



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    Re: Hide the children

    Quote Originally Posted by cyman1189 View Post
    sdillon500 FTW
    FTMFW



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    Re: Hide the children

    Quote Originally Posted by sdillon500 View Post
    That's funny, because I was planning on finding a KSU cheerleader after the game. She'll be upset about the outcome naturally, and I will offer to console her. Seeing my ISU attire, she'll be wary at first, but I'll win her over with my self-deprecating wit and offer of Hennessy brand cognac.
    Hmmm...sounds earily familiar. For some reason, Natty Lite comes to mind instead of cognac.


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    I agree with Tube1.
    Sweeeeeeet...

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    Re: Hide the children

    Quote Originally Posted by sdillon500 View Post
    That's funny, because I was planning on finding a KSU cheerleader after the game. She'll be upset about the outcome naturally, and I will offer to console her. Seeing my ISU attire, she'll be wary at first, but I'll win her over with my self-deprecating wit and offer of Hennessy brand cognac.

    I shall wine her and dine her that night, and she will grow to trust me. When the evening reaches it's natural conclusion, I will pull a Don Draper, and let her know that I'm not ready to consumate our relationship yet.

    The next morning she will receive a dozen yellow & red roses.

    Our courtship will last well over a year. Her friends and parents will hate me of course, but I'll remind her that all great loves are flawed in some way, like Romeo & Juliet.

    I will propose over dinner one evening, hiding the ring in glass of champagne, to remind her of that night on the beach, when we watched the stars and drank under the moonlight. She'll gasp, then laugh and throw her hands around my neck and agree immediately.

    Of course, the ceremony is just gorgeous. Outdoor wedding, with doves and a four-piece string quartet. I've arranged to arrive via limousine and walk to the altar with the ring.

    But the minutes pass, and I still don't arrive. Guests shift in their seats, and the cheerleader at the altar bites her lip nervously. Her mother leans to her father and whispers, "I knew that boy was no good."

    Suddenly a limousine screeches to a halt in the driveway leading up processional. Everyone turns at once, relieved that I've finally arrived. But instead, a young boy gets out of the car, and walks up the path.

    He smiles at the cheerleader, and hands her the piece of paper that he's been holding in his hand. She takes it, unsure of what it will be.

    It's a xeroxed copy of a picture of me, mid-coitus with two of her friends from the cheerleading squad. The caption reads, "I'll **** a Wildcat, but I'm never spending my life with one."

    YA BURNT, KANSAS STATE!
    Wow, Wow. i didnt know there were yellow roses. thats crazy!




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    Re: Hide the children

    I'll take Bill Snyder's mother, Dorothy Mantooth Snyder, out for a nice steak dinner, and then never call her again. I don't care if she's a saint.



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    Re: Hide the children

    Man, those KSU guys are intense.



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    Re: Hide the children

    Quote Originally Posted by edr247 View Post
    Man, those KSU guys are intense.
    Makes you appreciate Hawk fans all the more. This guy keeps linking the oddest things. Horrible!



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    Re: Hide the children

    Quote Originally Posted by stateofmind View Post
    Makes you appreciate Hawk fans all the more. This guy keeps linking the oddest things. Horrible!
    If you really wanted me to talk trash/ post links that aren't funny/make you sense I could. BTW your emotions here are terrible <--- WTF is this


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    Re: Hide the children

    Quote Originally Posted by Winters View Post
    If you really wanted me to talk trash/ post links that aren't funny/make you sense I could. BTW your emotions here are terrible <--- WTF is this
    Clearly, you couldn't.

    Also, that is a 'Yes' emoticon. As implied by holding the pointer over the emoticon, or by the code : yes :, or simply by the fact that it is nodding yes.



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    Re: Hide the children

    If you guys haven't figure it out, that EMAW site, is literally a huge joke. They aren't talking sports really, it's like this bizarre secret society based on talking total **** to each other all the time, and just generally being completely ridiculous. It looks like Haverhill's figured out what they're up to.


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