I have that problem with my kids too sometimes. I always remind my kids of something they like that looks weird. "You like chocolate bars, and chocolate bars look like turds. This may not look good, but it looks better than eating a turd." I also go logical on them. "There was a first time you ate everything you like now. You have to try new things, or you'll never know what you like!" Also, "You don't like cooked carrots? But you've never tried THESE cooked carrots. Give them a try. Some cooked carrots are better than others." I also never make them eat something I believe they've given a fair chance, and that means at least one full bite, chewed thoroughly, tasted, and swallowed. Doing those things seems to work most of the time.
I saw that. He also wrote this: "Jeter overrated? Name me another you'd have on your all time allstar team as SS?"
Are you kidding? You really think Jeter is the greatest shortstop of all-time?
Jeter was simultaneously a HoF talent and the most overrated athlete of all-time (any sport). Don't quote his accomplishments to me. Like I said, the dude is a HoFer. But since his tears don't cure cancer and his superpowers won't protect us when the next hostile invasion by extraterrestrials occurs, the media and his fans have overrated him.
It's kinda like how you'll never see Guy Fieri inside a four-star-or-below restaurant. Shenanigans like that would torpedo his brand.
Please tell me that this was an intentional Office Space reference.
Ha! Good advice for saving headaches. Nonetheless, watch that play, watch all the dudes who are faked out of their shoes, and tell me that Braxton Miller couldn't shake ONE MORE tackler.
I love watching the two Knicks at the top of the screen watch the ball and then slowly, and in unison, turn and start back down the court. LOL
I agree with your logic, but if Coach Meyer gets the chance to hang 70 on the Hokies, I have a feeling he'll take it.
I understand the young man being disappointed. Who wouldn't be? Hell, I'm disappointed. But that's life. Coach Drayton has a family and his own personal goals. He has to be able to chase his own dream whenever he wants to chase it, and he's certainly earned this opportunity. He's not bound to his employer any more than I am bound to mine. College football isn't indentured servitude. The same thing happens all the time in more mundane businesses.
Best of luck, Coach.
My best girl and I drove up from Virginia to join the party. Awesome time.
I'd love to sport this shirt here in the southern U.S., but I'd probably get murdered.
I upvote this every time because it's the greatest GIF ever.
I think we can despise TSUN and they can despise "Ohio" without being buttheads. This is chuckleworthy.
Can we please stop calling them college football's most-winning team already? So many of their early wins came against high schools, rec league teams, and university club teams.
I need a chumpass yankee shirt.
Best of luck, kid. With your sense of humor and your class, you'll no doubt land on your feet wherever you go.
It makes my day to see the way Ohio State fans handle moments like this with such class. 11W deserves a lot of credit as well for effectively policing both the comments and those who comment.
This did not deserve a downvote. I'll cancel that out. +1
Please tell me if I'm being overly sensitive, but did it seem to anyone else that the Michigan defender took the opportunity to apply additional pressure to Barrett's body when his leg was bent back? Perhaps not dirty or malicious, but certainly unnecessary.
There is a Jack-In-The-Box only 27 miles away from Boone, NC. God bless Jack-In-The-Box.
I said something similar last year. One tipped pass saved my toosh.
Who says there's no truth in recruiting? Boiler up, indeed.
Just checked the dictionary...
commercial (noun) A promotion for swag
Like a boss.