Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Buffnik, Oct 2, 2016.
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4. 41: Colorado improved to 4-1 by blasting Oregon State 47-6. It was the Buffaloes' most lopsided win in a conference game since defeating Kansas State 54-7 in the Big 8 in 1992.
Hawt just reminded me that the KSU game was also the date of my biggest win. Yes, KSU was so bad that my father offered that game up as the only one he would miss in order to attend our wedding.
Enjoying the moment. More tests to come
Today. (espn is slow)
That reminds me of a wonderful Lee Corso anecdote. In his fourth year as HC at Indiana, they played tOSU (still coached by Woody Hayes and the juggernaut they usually are) and when IU was simply horrible. IU hadn't beaten tOSU for 25 years. But for one brief shining moment ...
The point of the story? Enjoy the moment as long as it lasts ... but also realize it's just that, a moment in time that may or not last for long. Here's hoping it does ... I'm optimistic.
Why would you get married in the fall; on a gameday? I hope that some day your wife takes down that jar from the top shelf in the sewing room and gives your balls back to you.
It was Kansas St in the early 90s. That wasn't football... dumb ass.
Besides, I was going to be deployed in the Spring. Must strike when iron is hawt.
You have forfeited your right to act like a man...eunuch.
Are you "man card" guy?
Eunuch smack. Hah!
Everyone knows a guy that always says something to the effect of, "turn in your man card, bro" when a male friend does non-respectable male things.
This! A million times this. A very good friend started telling us last year that he was going to get married in '16. We told him to avoid the fall. He scheduled his wedding on Elk opener. A solid 30% of us that were supposed to be in his wedding have told him we can't be there. It has caused all sorts of tension. It what asshole lives in Co and schedules his wedding then?
Between football and hunting a fall wedding should really be avoided at all costs.
Hawt is hawt. He made the right choice.
I grew up where nobody planned their wedding during deer hunting season. It is much harder to avoid having kids in-season, but best efforts must be made.
I had a fall wedding. It was on a bye week. Didn't give much thought to he fact that future year anniversaries might be an issue. They haven't been.
Everything was "ok" until the fiancé started in on everyone for being selfish and Paul told her we'd be there for our man's second wedding. Wheels came off at that point.
His WTF was more to the effect of you asking that question, it wasn't a lack of knowledge, on his part.
Enjoyed an anniversary and a CU win yesterday. Doesn't get much better.
Hahaha that's a hilarious comment. I do understand her ensuing reaction, though.
See, it is possible to make accommodations that work for everybody.
Funny but ill advised...we has it
I don't like "man card" guy
You are the gift that keeps giving
Yes, you should definitely shame this poster as less than manly for trying to pull together his life prior to an extended deployment with the Marine Corps.
Quit being a cock.
I kinda figured OU would just kill him if he felt like it.
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