[met-uh-fawr, -fer] Spell Syllables
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a figure of speech in which a term or phrase is applied to something to which it is not literally applicable in order to suggest a resemblance, as in “A mighty fortress is our God.”.
something used, or regarded as being used, to represent something else; emblem; symbol.
Not a single douchebag booing. It was a great afternoon and they made a game of it.
Uhhh...that was a thing called a metaphor.
Get well, do dat therapy!
I have been told that there is a bottle of something in the gif, but I haven't seen it.
Yesterday ordered Massey's pizza online. Will be delivered Thursday! 155 slices of pepperoni on each!
and by the way, THANKS FOR THE BEING TERRIFIED OF KEENAN REYNOLDS. I WASN'T BEFORE. CRAP.
and by the way, F%$K ESPN Gameday.
They got 15 minutes with me. After that, mute comes on, TBDBITL goes on the sound system, and I control the instant replay through my DVR.
And Formula 1's Felipe Massa was not decapitated at the German Grand Prix...at least the Onion is funny.
...and the Danger Brothers...
An upvote sir for "bang the clap out of it".
Cuts me to the bone. I was amazed that his inspiration was Jonathon Winters. Growing up in the 60s Jonathon Winters was the reason for allot of my smart assed, class clown behavior. They talk about comic genius. No one could hold a candle to him. RIP Buddy.
Would be the same teams that have the most championships and Heisman awards...suck it haters
I think you can see why they say what they do about folks from small midwestern towns. He is awesome.
B1G Network had the 2002 game on yesterday. It was so great to see the players again on that team. It was especially sad to see the drive and determination of #13 knowing what was coming for him. Wanted to reach thru the TV, grab him by the throat, and tell him...DO NOT DO STUPID! Man, what could have been.
2 Illinois tix. Game may suck, but nighttime is the right time in the Shoe. Also, beats midday in early September for comfort.
Friend in the Bus got VT, so will see that one too.
Sounds good to me.
I live in Montgomery, Alabama. The hellish no-zone that exists between Tuscaloosa and Auburn, Alabama.
In the run up to the championship, for the first time ever, every tOSU game was televised. Every GD game. So I could have watched every one at home. But I decided to go out to California because, hey, if you are going to miss a game, it might as well be Purdue, right. I was sitting in a hotel room, listening to the non-televised game (there) on internet radio. This is why I drink.
That weekend, I did get to see a new driver at Fontana get his first NASCAR win. Guy named Johnson or something.....dipstick burned out his engine celebrating.
Took awhile but I found it
Awesome...uhhh, just what is all that white stuff.
I love it when people screw up cliches. You mean "tough row to hoe" don't you. Last time I looked, we don't plow roads. But if you are talking rows in cornfields...yup.
"Heuerman has a tough road to plow"
Totally agree. Neil Ave at about the Library has become one big canyon. It was more open and "green" back in the 70s.
Up vote for you sir!
Keep in mind, there are folks like me...disabled. I have difficulty standing (and do it rarely) and can't stand for long periods. I persevere when folks like to stand a lot but appreciate it when they sit.
Perhaps a nice polo...comb your hair, wear some socks....
I always say, "no, I went to the other one..."