gif wrote:you can't stuff a coin down a stripper's g-string
My SiteJudas Maccabeus wrote:Give a man a fire and he's warm for a day. Set a man on fire and he's warm for the rest of his life.
ntw3001 wrote:Sass has to come from the heart, not from the shirt.
traubster wrote:I find it irritating whenever I walk through a cemetery and there's not one gravestone that reads something like, "We're all grateful that he's dead. Sorry if he owed you money."
quetzalcoatlus wrote:You should always make sure that all your important pussy cheese and uncle-rapist is backed up, in case your computer crashes.
Chrono Crow wrote:YOU WERE FUNNIER WHEN YOU POSTED ABOUT MORE THAN SOCCER.
(you were never funny)
Hey, it's you Brits fault that we have so many different games called "football" in the first place. Actually it's the fault of medieval princes who called any sort of game played by common people that involved a ball "football", in order to differentiate it from proper games played on horseback.ntw3001 wrote:MysticalDescent wrote:soccer... soccer... soccer... soccer... soccer
GAH no! You're not American, you don't have to call it that!
Null wrote:I think it's a parallel to "Nero fiddles while Rome burns."
"The Emperor air-guitars while his realm atomizes."
PonderThis wrote:Well it's a good thing that when people developed the old crude game of "stickball" into more formal sports with set rules and stuff that they picked new names, such as "baseball" and "cricket". Imagine how much more fun we'd be having if we "American Stickball" versus "British Stickball".
MysticalDescent wrote:I can call it soccer, it was a term coined in this country as a short way of saying Association Football.
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