Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by 77buff, Sep 20, 2008.
Ouch. Tough loss. The last Auburn punt didn't help. :huh:
It only took you about three years, but you finally got the corn dog joke. I'm so proud!
**** Tony Franklin. **** Chris "I'm going to throw it ****ing 55 yards downfield when a five yard pass will do" Todd. And **** the Auburn coaching staff for not playing Kodi Burns at all in this football. Just **** it all.
BTW, learn to how to manage the clock properly ****heads. Call a ****ing timeout with two minutes to go when it is clear LSU is going to score either way. ****KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
barns over there. you will get an echo. :saythat:
As long as the joke is on Auburn - it's gets better and better!:lol:
sadly....i don't get the corndog reference. :wow::sad1:
now all they need is a little mustard.
LSU fans smell just like corn dogs.
Yes, it is often said, but so, so true.
LSU fans do smell like corn dogs.
I would never tell them that to their face though. This is something
better said at internet distances. Even now, I am afraid.
I am afraid that they'll know I said it. I'll walk past an LSU fan
someday, and he'll see that look in my eye that gives it away.
That look that says, "gee, what is that smell? Is it corn dogs?"
The next thing you know, I'll have flat tires on my car.
If you only learn one thing from me today, remember not to tell LSU
fans how they smell - you know, like corn dogs.
LSU fans seem, somehow, sensitive to that whole corn dog issue.
I think this may be why a lot of fans get beaten up by LSU fans. If you
attend a game in Baton Rouge, try to avoid telling them that they smell
like corn dogs. Say something else instead. Like, "Wow, LSU sure does
have a great team this year. This is going to be a great SEC game."
It's hard. I know. It's like when you're having sex and you try to
think about baseball. That corn dog smell is just so overwhelming.
It makes it hard for you to think about football or baseball or
whatever else. Your brain wanders into corn dog topics like: "Gee, I
wonder if I took a bite of your finger, if you would taste just like
a corn dog?"; or "Is this a real person or is it a giant corn dog trying
to make me think it is a real person?" or "What did that giant corn dog
just say?" or "Excuse me, Mister, why is it that you smell just exactly
like corn dogs smell?" or, of course, after a silencer:
"Madam, did you just let the corn dogs out?"
Heck, after what I've heard about LSU fans, I think it may be better
not to smell them at all. Okay, not all of them. Some of them are
nice. Sure. Smell the nice ones. That's okay.
You know what else is a bad thing to do? Holding your nose around them.
They are real sensitive to that, too. Try holding your breath. But
don't be obvious about it. Somehow they know you're trying not to
breathe in the corn dog smell. And that offends them. They'll likely
punch you for that if they catch on to what you're doing.
If you do breathe it in long enough, though, it'll permeate your whole
body, and then you'll smell like a corn dog just like they do. But
don't say, "Dang, now I smell like a corn dog." They take offense to
that. And they will throw things. But not corn dogs. Hard stuff.
Stuff that leaves bruises and makes you bleed. Then you may have to get
stitches or something. Just don't say it. If you do start smelling like
a corn dog, just shut up about it. Okay?
I think kids are acutely aware of corn dog smells too. Counsel your
kids on how to behave around LSU fans. If LSU fans are driving around
town, do not let your kids stick their heads out of your car window and
sniff the air. No. Keep your windows rolled up. An odd change in
their expression - indicating they smell corn dogs - might get a wrench
or pipe or some other object tossed at your windshield. So, that's
dangerous. Let your kids stick their heads out of the car windows as
you drive - on some other weekend
I know you are just as puzzled as I am about some of this corn dog
stuff. What puzzles me most is that I've never actually seen any of
these LSU fans with a corn dog in their hand. Okay, maybe there's no
mystery there - maybe they already ate the corn dogs. Who knows?
Maybe there's a corn dog factory in Baton Rouge and they all work there.
Maybe, there's a corn dog lotion that they wear, or a French perfume.
Maybe their city council puts corn dog juice in the water supply -
kind of like fluoride. The politics there are probably weird.
The big political issue during the city election is whether they should
add more ketchup or more mustard to the water. Don't comment on it
though. It's not politically correct over there. It's like a
malnutrition issue or something. It's like the corn dogs are probably
added to the water to prevent starvation or something.
I know when you go to Baton Rouge, you're thinking: "Ahhhh. Here I am
in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. I'll bet the people here smell just like
boiled crawfish or shrimp etoufe' or some fancy Cajun food." But just
stop thinking that. That's just a myth. They smell just like corn dogs.
In fact, please listen to my advice. Leave them alone about the corn
dog odor. And don't try masking the odor with something stronger.
They'll curse at you. They'll say something like: "WTF, how dare you
smoke a cigar in my home," or "WTF!! Are you too good for the smell of
corn dogs?" and they'll cuss out your kids too: "WTF!!! Little Mister
fancy pants over here acts like he doesn't want to smell like corn dogs."
Cajuns are not like us. Don't you see that, yet? They are really
sensitive about being sniffed and about their corn dog aroma. They know
they smell like corn dogs and it is no laughing matter to them at all.
I know, I know. We sniff the bammers and the UGA dawgs and the Ole
messes, and we keep a straight face with each of them, but don't press
your luck with the Cajun tiger fans. Don't refer to Death Valley as corn
dog valley either. I mean that's just wrong. Even if you've been
drinking, they'll beat you up and curse out your kids.
Along these lines, be extra careful when you laugh in their direction -
even if you're laughing about something else. Like baseball or football,
or sex or whatever. If you can't control yourself and you must laugh
though, do not snort. The snorting makes them think that you smell their
corn dog body odor from a distance or that you're choking on it or
something. They'll likely burn your van for that. We lost a campus
building over just one snort.
So, just remember. You can love one another without sniffing each
other. You can enjoy the clash of a couple of good football teams.
You can enjoy the thrill of the rivalry. But after the game, please heed
my words. Please just move along. No sniffing the opposing fans this
Saturday. Okay? Get your corn dog jollies at home.
Enough with this corn dog talk. Let's play ball...
I swear to GOD I wish I could insert more than five emoticons! I don't know if that' something that you cut and paste, that's been floating around the SEC and beyond for years, and I've just been unaware, OR if you just tapped that post out (ummm, so to speak).
Funniest freakin' thing I've read in a long time, and good sound advice as well.
An Auburn fan wrote that about five years ago. I wish I could take credit for it. For you Buffs that made the trip to the Indy Bowl you saw there were 50 corn dog vendors.
You should well understand the need for a joke like this since Alabama has lost the last six years in a row to LSU. Bama Charlie we have a seven year old corndog waiting for you on Nov. 8 - enjoy. FEAR THE HAT!
11/3/2007 vs. *Louisiana State (12-2) L 34 41
11/11/2006 @ *Louisiana State (11-2) L 14 28
11/12/2005 vs. *Louisiana State (11-2) L 13 16
11/13/2004 @ *Louisiana State (9-3) L 10 26
11/15/2003 vs. *Louisiana State (13-1) L 3 27
11/16/2002 @ *Louisiana State (8-5) W 31 0
5 or 6? Trouble with math or guessing?
They beat us but they are still a bunch of drunk coonasses that smell like corndogs. Their fans are the worst in the conference. Remember them attacking Auburn's bus a couple of years ago?
Plus they had a real good coach down there that turned that program around.
And a huge number of LSU fans were there to try to give there ex coach a hard time as well as chomp down on the corn dogs.
I still remember my first experience at Tiger stadium. We had Cajuns behind us I had never experienced hearing them talk before. I wondered what the heck was all this.
i sincerely hope that "coonass" means something radically different where you are from than from where i am from.
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rep, but brutal
Bama Charlie - my bad - it's been so long ago since you guy's beat us.
9/2/1978 vs. Nebraska (9-3) W 20 3 @ Birmingham, AL
9/17/1977 @ Nebraska (9-3) L 24 31
1/1/1972 vs. Nebraska (13-0) L 6 38 @ Miami, FL Orange Bowl
1/2/1967 vs. Nebraska (9-2) W 34 7 @ New Orleans, LA Sugar Bowl
1/1/1966 vs. Nebraska (10-1) W 39 28 @ Miami, FL Orange Bowl
It was the last time we played.
Coonass, or ****-ass, is an epithet used in reference to a person of Cajun ethnicity.
Although some Cajuns use the word in regard to themselves, other Cajuns view the term as an ethnic slur against the Cajun people, especially when used by non-Cajuns. Socioeconomic factors appear to influence how Cajuns are likely to view the term: working-class Cajuns tend to regard the word "coonass" as a badge of ethnic pride; whereas middle- and upper-class Cajuns are more likely to regard the term as insulting or degrading, even when used by fellow Cajuns in reference to themselves. In Sociolinguistics, this type of behavior is termed covert prestige.
Despite an effort by Cajun activists to stamp out the term, it can be found on T-shirts, hats, and bumper stickers throughout Acadiana, the 22-parish Cajun homeland in south Louisiana.
That is a copy and paste. The Louisiana Air National Guard is called the Coonass Militia. Coonass is about equal to redneck.
What's with the Nebraska scores? I was talking about LSU vs Alabama. I hate Nebraska and pulled for Alabama or any team that plays against them. When you go to a game with close to 100,000 people some of them are going to be looking for trouble - this is true of any large crowd. When you start pointing your finger and criticizing a culture just because of an ignorant few it gives you a bigoted opinion. My college fraternity lost it's chapter at the University of Alabama because some of the members were selling cocaine. To say that university of Alabama students are cocaine dealers make about as much sense as saying cajuns are drunk coonasses. Maybe you should check out your own backyard or closet or whatever.
My cajun friends always refer to themselves as "coonasses" and encourage others to do the same. It's a real source of pride, I guess.
the cajuns I have known refer to themselves as "coonasses" too.... and me a redneck.... :thumbsup:
There is a Nebraska hat in your icon. I just assumed you were a fan. I would never put anything about LSU or Auburn in mine. Sorry.
Are you an SAE?
Are you from Louisiana? You do know 99% of coonasses love the term.
And about LSU fans-check any SEC board and LSU will win worst fans 75% of the time. Sometimes there is a reason for a stereotype.
What exactly am I looking for in my closet or backyard? A cajun that doesn't drink?
I like this. A lot. :smile2:
Yes I am an SAE - the Alabama chapter was the 1st chapter founded in 1856.
My avatar is Alfred E. Newman wearing a Nebraska hat, not a noble icon. The closet comment was just saying there are jerks everywhere. Don't judge others on a few that annoy the home fans also. I'm sure there are obnoxious drunks that wear crimson.
I was born in Lafayette, and the only time I used the term coonass was to insult somebody that was trying to push my button.
when a strata of any group (particularly one granted protections under the 1964 CRA) takes offense to a slang term that has historically been used in a derogatory manner, it is probably a good idea to not promote its use.
you can look to the media sensation that saban brought on himself when he used the term all of a year or two ago. i KNOW bama fans are not ignorant of the brouhaha that followed.
by your own research (see above), that is clearly not the case. i find you to be a great guy. it would be chill if that term could not be thrown down, as i find it racially inappropriate. if cajuns want to call themselves whatever they want, i will choose to not touch that one with a ten foot pole. enough object to the term to warrant sensitivity to the term, particularly by outsiders.
Finally, somebody making an intelligent post and not just running off at the mouth about a culture that he obviously knows nothing about.
i know only enough about cajun culture to know i like their food, how they party, and how they are laid back and laugh.
that is not enough to form an intelligent post, really. only one based on feelings.
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