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Super Bowl XL

Unread postby Guest » Sun Feb 05, 2006 11:44 am

Today is the day we wait all season for.
For me, this could be as great of a day as you could possibly imagine.
On the other hand, it could be one of the worst days of my life.
Most of you that know me a little, know that my father is from PA and a hard-core Pittsburgh fan. Nothing makes me more sick than the thought of those hillbillies winning the championship. I was too young to remember them winning 4 titles and my dad's reaction. Today however, I have a feeling I know all the bullshit I will hear from him for months and months.
That being said, If Seattle wins, it will bring so much joy!!!!!!!!!!!!
Seattle needs to win this game. Seattle has to win this game.
Not just for the city of Seattle and their fans, but most importantly the city of Cleveland and all of us. Please Seahawks, we know you're better than those inbred hillbilly pieces of monkey shit.
Seattle 27 Other team 20
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Unread postby SpaZDawG » Sun Feb 05, 2006 12:09 pm

if there is a god.... he wont let this happen


come on seattle
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Unread postby yargs7 » Sun Feb 05, 2006 12:37 pm

Thousands of Pittsburgh Steelers fans will be hitching up their mules, or if they're among the city's upper crust, their AMC Gremlins, and making their way across the Great State of Ohio later this week on the way to Detroit, site of the Super Bowl.
Since many have evolved enough to manipulate a computer keyboard and mouse, fans of the Black and Gold will no doubt visit MapQuest.com for directions. They don't have to bother: We did it for 'em.

(From the Plain Dealer)

1. Prepare vehicle for trip by applying fresh duct tape to bumpers.

2. Stop at dentist's on Northside to get tooth cleaned (it's that time of the decade).

3. Stop at sister's house in New Castle to sign divorce papers.

4. Stop for gas at famous wing restaurant in Sharon, Pa.

5. Stop for gasoline as gas station next to famous wing shack.

6. Merge into Youngstown escort service's parking lot to pick up "girlfriend".

7. Pick up hitchhiker near Akron. Don't worry about safety; he's wearing a "Bettis" jersey.

8. Drop off hitchhiker in Parma. Discover wallet missing.

9. Stop in Cleveland to get "Cowher" tattooed across forehead, remember too late that wallet was stolen.

10. Show off "Cow" tattoo at bar in Cleveland.

11. Lose bar fight - and girlfriend - to Browns fan.

12. Sell Super Bowl tickets in Lorain to pay for rest of trip. Tell yourself, "Now I's got a cuppla tree dollars."

13. Tell bartender in Toledo that "Stillers rule!" He says, "I see." You say, "Yinz mean yinz got I.C.?"

14. Spend remaining cash on Iron City beer.

15. Stop at church outside Detroit to light candle for Stillers win. Spend an hour looking for statue of immaculate reception.

16. Arrive at Ford Field.

17. Realize you have no tickets, are drunk and might be on the government's watch list.

18. Find nice place to rest and listen to game.

19. Complain about poor AM reception and lack of waitress service under the overpass.

20. Cry Bettis-sized tears when Seahawks slap Stillers silly.
"You win with people"

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Unread postby mswerb » Sun Feb 05, 2006 12:52 pm

You said it FightDr, if the Steelers win we will NEVER hear the end of it. Even my wife wants the Seahawks to win for the same reason. I work with two retarded Steeler fans and would love it more than anything to go to work and say nothing. Just put both of my hands around my neck and CHOKE.
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Unread postby HoodooMan » Sun Feb 05, 2006 1:21 pm

SpaZDawG wrote:if there is a god.... he wont let this happen


What, you missed Baltimore's Super Bowl?

If there is a God, he either doesn't give a flying fuck about football or, Browns' fan or not, he's a real prick.

I think there's a potential silver lining to the Steelers' inevitably winning today, and that's Rock Bottom. In a ten year span, all the worst things that could possibly happen to a Browns fan will have happened, and headed into an offseason with a GM who Does Not Suck and $30mil to spend, the 12th pick in the draft, a hopefully healthy return of Kellen Winslow, and the expected growf of Cha'lie Frye, we'll have no choice but to start to move in the right direction and begin to unleash our 40+ years of wicked karma on the rest of the world. Right?
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Unread postby Guest » Sun Feb 05, 2006 1:36 pm

In no way shape or form do I want a Shittsburgh win.

HoodooMan wrote:
expected growf of Cha'lie Frye???????????

Are you from Pissburgh?
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Unread postby HoodooMan » Sun Feb 05, 2006 1:50 pm

FightDr wrote:Are you from Pissburgh?


Because I expect improvement from Charlie Frye, because of the way I expressed it, or because I married my toofless cousin?
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Unread postby Guest » Sun Feb 05, 2006 1:55 pm

Because you wrote this:


expected growf of Cha'lie Frye
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Re: Super Bowl XL

Unread postby Steve Buffum » Sun Feb 05, 2006 9:47 pm

FightDr wrote:Today is the day we wait all season for.
For me, this could be as great of a day as you could possibly imagine.
On the other hand, it could be one of the worst days of my life.

Can I be sick now?
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