Made one to... what??
The suspense is killing me!
Nor does it equal 33.33.
There was just too much wrong with the OP's question, I didn't even think that the relevant mathematics (which clearly show that how one displays 1/3 does not affect the principles of addition) would be worth explaining.
Do you know the Muffin Man?
I think we can safely assume that the answer to the second question is Not Your Father's Root Beer.
That being said, they are pretty high in ABV, so I would guess his limit would be 2.
I was just scrolling through to make sure someone acknowledged that MGC still uses it!
I was only in it for one year (unfortunately... didn't get my act together until senior year), but I still silently add "rips it bazoo" any time someone uses the word wahoo.
As long as he didn't get any free tattoos along with the watch, he should be right in line with all important NCAA rules, as far as I understand them.
Or if she wants to have up to 2 of something, I'd say Not Your Father's Root Beer could be a good option.
I'm breaking my nearly seven month hiatus from commenting (thanks off season, Lent, and off season, in that order) to say this:
Ramzy, you never disappoint. Thank you for this and all of your amazing contributions to the interwebz's best
college football site.
BRING ON FOOTBALL SEASON!!!
I clicked on this thread purely to see what/if BassDropper responded! Haha
I agree, Hove!
People counting the BasketBucks out after some tough early losses is akin to everyone discounting the whole B1G after a tough weekend in September. There is a lot of basketball to be played this year!
I would guess he jumped down a division to avoid having to sit out for a year due to transferring.
Everything I've seen and heard from Cardale within the last 2 months or so has just made me love him more and more. He's seriously creeping up the list of my all time favorite Buckeyes, and that's saying something.
Especially after three starts!
All I could think of from this comment:
deliberate intent of provoking readers into an emotional response or of otherwise disrupting normal on-topic discussion.
The answer to your query is in the definition you quoted. You cannot tell me that Cardale's "life-changing announcement" tweet was not intended to provoke an emotional response. And did it disrupt the normal conversation on ESPiN and 11w? You betcha. That's trolling 101.
To be clear, though, I am not using this word in a negative sense. Pro trolling like what Trolodale pulled off yesterday, that's an art form. Much like running over DTs like like it's nothing.
I'm glad for Brandon that he found a job that doesn't require him to shoot a basketball... Man, it seemed like he was on the BasketBucks for about 6 years, and could have definitely built a mansion from all those bricks.
Seriously, Cardale trolling literally everyone in the sporting world yesterday makes me love him even more. I did not think that was possible.
And he knew exactly what he was doing! "Why'd you guys make such a big deal out of this?"
All I hear when he says that is trololololololololol.
Long live King Dolodale!
I agree-- I've never believed the hype about XBrax leaving. I think he's an OSU guy through and through.
I truly hope someone he respects can talk with him about the wisdom of switching to H-Back/Slot Receiver... We could be scary good with a backfield of 12 Gauge, Zeke, and XBrax. #embarrassmentofriches
I see what you did there... Bravo, sir!
I don't even need to see the byline anymore. The picture usually gives it away. Haha
No judgments to pass, JeffCo, as the day after the Buckeyes won it all in 2003 was a Saturday. I remember it well, because I was in middle school at the time and thought it was pretty awesome that the Championship Game took place on a non-school night, meaning that I was definitely allowed to stay up for all of its double overtime glory.
Although, to be honest, I don't think there's any way my parents would have kept me from staying up, school or no school.
That is a thing of beauty. Bravo!
Absolutely loved Tressel's least favorite moment! And this whole article! I always look forward to the "Debriefing," and it never disappoints. Thank you, Citro!