Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Waylon Van Smack, Apr 11, 2007.
Whoopty ****ing doo.
Well, the fields can't be planted yet, the tractor is fixed and ready to go, and the sheep needs a rest after a looooong winter--what else do you expect everyone to do in kneebraksa?:wink2:
did you know that the duck billed platypus is one of the five species of monotremes, the only mammals that lay eggs instead of giving birth to live young. It is the sole living representative of its family (Ornithorhynchidae) and genus (Ornithorhynchus), though a number of related species have been found in the fossil record?
Hey, it's not as if there are many other professional games going on these days (aside from the Arena league...) :smile2:
NFL Network must be really struggling to fill the program.
thats what happens when you lose the rights to broadcast the tractor pulls
If Nebraska was worth a **** they would have been televised on ESPN like Oklahoma was last week...:smile2:
"An infant monotreme is known as a puggle." That's fun to say ... Puggle.
:thumbsup: that is fun to say!!!:dance:
Fixed it for yall.
I had the gnarliest booger hanging out of my nose today.
i hate that.
Boogers are mucus (myoo-kuss). Mucus is the thin, slippery material that is found inside your nose. Many people call mucus snot. Your nose makes nearly a cupful of snot every day. Snot is produced by the mucous membranes in the nose, which it moistens and protects.
When you inhale air through your nose, it contains lots of tiny particles, like dust, dirt, germs, and pollen. If these particles made it all the way to the lungs, the lungs could get damaged and it would be difficult to breathe. Snot works by trapping the particles and keeping them in the nose.
After these particles get stuck inside the nose, the mucus surrounds them along with some of the tiny hairs inside the nose called cilia. The mucus dries around the particles. When the particles and dried-out mucus clump together, you're left with a booger!
Boogers can be squishy and slimy or tough and crumbly. In fact, boogers are a sign that your nose is working properly.
You left off the last part.... :smile2:
What channel is your guys spring game going to be on this year???
I am left shaking my head wondering why I just read through all of that.
:lol: :lol: :lol: classic.:thumbsup:
simple. because it was much more interesting than the origional post. :thumbsup:
i am here to help.:smile2:
What was the original post again?
someting about duck billed boogers, i think.
if you rearrange the spelling of boogers you can get goobers, which in some circles is a slang term for peanuts....did you ever put goobers up your nose when you were a kid?
yes but the goobers caused massive green boogers so I quit goobering my nose because of the boogering it then required.....:thumbsup:
This week's episode of "Watching the ****in corn grow" will air in its entirety after we bring you the 2007 NU Spring game.
Ya, that's gotta suck for husker fans. Put a bunch of people in the stands for the game and then get a fat check from the NFL network and one more appearance on the tube for nest years recruits. They must really suck bad.
Nice thread jack there.
If the existence of boogers is an indication that the nasal area is in working order, that's one less thing I have to worry about. Thank God!
The point was to just make sure you know that you are still Oklahoma's bitch. Don't want you to miss an important note like that. :smile2:
Everyone knows that our spring game has to be broadcast on the radio because those who can't make it to the game because they are enjoying all of the great outdoor activities of our state won't have access to a tv...geez
Will you guys stay on freakin topic!!!
Apparently a smaller version is called a "pocket puggle." Who among us hasn't heard: "Is that a puggle in your pocket or are you just glad to see me?":lol:
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