I’m sad to say my favorite Florida Gator is transferring. Here’s wishing him that wherever he goes, the seats are warm and the toilet paper is soft.
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Doo-Doo Georgia want him? I got some Charmin Ultra for his ass right here… hell he is a former 4 Star wide receiver we tried to sign in the past and rumor has it we have a few available scholarships ,We’ll let him brush up on his interview/ no comment skills during the year he has to sit out. To end on a 3rd grade level I am sure he can put this all behind him.
“I doodoo and then listen to Katy Perry.”
That’s some serious humor, right there. I had completely forgotten about that. Thanks for reminding me, Senator. I got to enjoy it all over again. 🙂
Doo he have to have to shit out a year ?
He should transfer to UGA. Rumors are that while Richt has lost control of the hot seat, but is doing just fine with the warm seat.
A good doo doo is always an important and satisfying part of every game day
He’d have no issues with that if he tried Sanford concessions
I imagine that this is as close as you want to come to a Cabinet member’s quote of “Loose shoes and a warm place to shit”. Was that the Dept of Agriculture?
Great memory. If memory serves, his name was Earl Butz, DoA for Gerald Ford and Richard Nixon.
Which for some reason reminds me of a campaign slogan from 1972:
“Elect Nixon in 72, don’t change Dicks in the middle of a screw.”
Hell, I am a little surprised. I sometime have a hard time remembering what I had for breakfast, but can remember 40 year old trivia.
he is not going to transfer to bama, Saban doesn’t share potty time.
Saban ain’t got time for this kids shit
Really? Shouldn’t that have been Saban ain’t got time for this kids doodoo?
Butt look at this way, your clothes or uni will fit better. “GO DAWGS”
“We talk to our players all the time that pressure is really a privilege. … We can’t run from those things. We know that. How you embrace that is what is important to us. That’s really the key ingredient.” — Kirby Smart, SEC Media Days, 7/17/18
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