Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by L Buff, Aug 2, 2011.
I am SO glad we're out of this conference
The OU/Texas pair involved in the castration incident from a few years ago would be proud.
Meanwhile the Aggies have filed a grievance with the Big 12-2 conference complaining that they were not invited to the knife fight.
Hahahaahahah. Last two posts repped.
Come on DBT. You can now get your burger, fries or whatever smothered in Mark Shlereth's "stinking good green chile"
It don't get any better then that.
At least they both got stabbed. I believe that's what they call a win-win.
Applebees are like satellite Floridas.
Rep three, already, in one short thread.
FIFY the last sentence of the article.
Eatin' good in the Neighborhood apparently means having the opportunity to dine next to a dickleischcan in the family friendly atmosphere of a knife fight between the 'land thieves and the whorns while your toddler gets ****faced on spiked applejuice. http://abcnews.go.com/m/story?id=13345868
YMSSR I seem to get that a lot now. Maybe I need to stop repping the same 12 35 year olds.
following up on this report... The Longhorn Network aired this sporting event and Texas A & M complained that the show has helped Texas recruit better defensive players since the Texas person was more skillful in knife defending
Dan Beebe has asked for a moratoriam on Applebee knife fighting until the NCAA rules on this issue....
He has asked that it be replaced with a Quidditch League show....
I love my Buffs football but there are limits....I would like to believe I would never have stabbed a Husker....
Someone must have said something mean about Switzer to UBT.
The followup was that the horn-swaggler was apparently defending himself, and the charges were dropped.
You may have a point. Hopefully he will prove himself with piss balloons and marshmellow filled nails at home games this year.
I find it hard to believe that an educated CU fan named "fatbuff" misspelled marshmallow. :wow:
He was referring to something else completely; he spelled it correctly.
Separate names with a comma.