My grandma went to Stone Creek HS. Well before Huggins I'm sure.
That's because they're delicious.
Just Daryl Dixon. Who needs anyone else when the most badass zombie killer of them all is on your side?
Because this thread could use a little diversity....
1. Joe Manganiello
2. Ryan Gosling
3. Hugh Jackman
4. Johnny Galecki (I know..)
5. Jonathan Scott
Edit: I totally forgot Norman Reedus
I know, it's weird. I think he's cute. It's probably a reflection of my inner nerd.
He's a little young for my liking but I certainly can't argue the point.
I love March. That is all.
I auto up vote any Friends gifs.
I was in the stands at the Superdome. I hugged friends, high-fived strangers, danced in circles and yelled so much I could barely talk the next day.
and a nice chianti...
There's always one.. those same kids probably own Michigan jerseys too.
On a side note, does it seem weird that an entire class ALL has jerseys?
OSU was also the 'dog to Sparty by 3.5 if memory serves. I'll take the points with OSU as the underdog all day long.
Twisty the Clown, from American Horror Story: Freak Show, is terrifying. Quite possibly the scariest thing I've ever seen on the small screen outside of the VT game earlier this year. <shudders>
It's very clever. I didn't catch it because I read 11/22/63 before It but someone in my book club (we read 11/22/63 for my book club) mentioned it. I think stuff like that is awesome.
Casting Harry Potter into the same bucket as Twilight is blasphemy. One in an epic coming-of-age story with themes of death, corruption and evil expertly woven throughout the series. The other is a story of how important it is to have a boyfriend. I will say you are very right on some of your other choices though.
If you want some football books, I found War As They Knew It and Three and Out to be especially interesting. They're quite different from each other but provide an interesting look at OSU, Michigan and college football. Somewhere in the 11W archives, there is a summary of Three and Out.
I would also add Stephan King's It to the list. The Dark Tower Series and It are often regarded as his best works. I recently finished the 1000+ page It, and It doesn't disappoint. You wonder why people are afraid of clowns, Pennywise is the reason. I also really like The Shining as someone else mentioned above and The Green Mile series as well as 11/22/63.
This x1000. Unbroken might be the best book I've ever read and I read my fair share of books. It changes your life a little, a true testament to the endurance of the human spirit. Seriously, if you read anything, it should be this.
Are you referring to the chatter through the summer that they're going to make his character gay?
As long as Daryl is still alive, they can kill whoever they want. It will be interesting to see how the cannibal thing plays out.
That kind of makes the bus looks backwards though.
Edit: Also, there won't be any shadows when the bus is returning from the game since it will be long after sunset.
I was thinking that you could only read it if you're heading southbound too. Regardless, it's still very clever.
I feel like this is referencing something that I'm not getting.