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Whoever came up with the idea for this must be a very prominent / intelligent person. Haha jk.
This has been an awesome thread, I want to thank Wataugavol - you've knocked this out of the park, and ol dad for also suggesting we do something like this.
I personally have enjoyed this very much, I think if we continue to do this, it would be a great way for all of us to better get to know each other.
I really appreciate all the info / interaction here, it is tremendous - thanks everyone!
How much better would this year's defense be if we held a NCAA 2k tournament, and the winner got the defensive coordinator gig?
Braves... Cowboys... I'm seeing a very destructive pattern here...
Lol, all kidding aside, Sunseri is just in over his head as a DC in this league, and I don't think it was lack of effort. As much as we have given credit to Dooley as an evaluator of recruits, he swung and missed big time with Sunseri.
I'd be swinging a chair too if I rooted for those two teams...
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Watauga, thanks for doing this! Awesome! And on one of the busiest work days of the year!
You're one of my favorite posters on here, level headed and make good points. Great to get to know you better.
What's your favorite Vol team in your lifetime and why?
"Count it down with me. Five, four, three, two, one.
The national champion is clad in Big Orange!"
No contest, the national championship team. I was a freshman in college that year. It was awesome because that team was being undersold because Peyton had graduated. Plus that being John Ward's last season Was special. I always turned down the TV and listened to him.
Great job tonight, watauga!
Ok, here's my question. Since customer relations are a high priority with you, what would you do in the following situation:
A customer is complaining to you that a pack of center cut pork chops that she just bought last week smelled spoiled when she opened them today. She was planning a meal with her ex-husband, and was going to make his favorite dish to remind him of what a wonderful cook she was in an elaborate attempt to win his love back. She tells you that she had everything planned out, but that you ruined it all for her with your spoiled pork chops.
The problem is that the entire time she is talking to you, you can only concentrate on the sudden, impossible-to-resist, painful rectal itch that you are experiencing. As she tries to place the pork chop package under your nose to make you smell it, you are presented with an opportunity to end your misery. Do you:
1) Pretend to lean over and smell her meat, while surreptitiously scratching your posterior while everyone watches to see if you are really going to smell it?
2) Tell her, "Hold that thought just a second!" and run into your office for a quick scratch?
3) Reach back and give it a deep scratch and say, "I'll smell that if you'll smell this" and move your fingers towards her face?
4) Walk with your butt cheeks clenched towards customer service department, hoping the friction will alleviate the pain, while getting her a refund?
Some cause happiness wherever they go; others whenever they go.
Question of the night.
I squeeze my butt cheeks so dang tight and then after she leaves, I go to the bathroom and give it heck.
Best laugh I've had all day! +1 pepe!
"Old School"! A strong defense wins championships!
Was this a question based on personal experiences?
Had to be, IMO...too much detailed anguish to be anything else.
This is fantastic.
What is the history of ingles?
Not really. Well, maybe parts of it. "Painful rectal itch" is a phrase that I use as often in life as I can. I first heard it in a SNL skit with the Not Ready For Prime Time Players in the 70's. It was a play on Smucker's Jam's "With a name like Smucker's, it HAS to be good!"
They had other examples, but the one that made me laugh the most was, "With a name like Painful Rectal Itch, it HAS to be good!" And with that simple line, my life was changed for the better. I can now toss out Painful Rectal Itch in almost any social situation. Hilarity ensues....usually. Weird looks fairly often.
Still funny to me even today. Painful Rectal Itch. Even when you have it, you still smile....after you scratch, that is.
Check out the Ingles Markets website
Do you have to work tomorrow?
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