This is cold, Vanderbilt. Very cold.
Breakups can be tricky. I just hope Vandy used the “it’s not you, it’s me” approach to end things.
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Maybe Vandy should have updated their Facebook status instead … if it’s FBO, it’s real.
No one writes letters anymore.
Vanderbilt once again decommits to the Gee.
It strikes me as falling between some kind of email notification and a straight-up phone call on the spectrum of “friendliness.” But, then too, should we feel aggrieved over the hurt moral sensibilities of tOSU. I didn’t think so.
Sorry way to do it. Ohio State cancelled home and home series with Georgia and Tennessee, but at least they were way out. Guess since the Dores don’t feel they need an Athletic Director, they can get away with this.
Ahh, PSU says – who needs an AD anyway…
Maybe Vandy is just looking for make-up sex.
No such thing as “make-up sex”. If you miss and go twice next time, you haven’t made up for what you missed.
Oh- It could mean using makeup during sex : “See, I drew a thingy here and it makes a funny face. Oh no! You can’t see here?”
Oh- It could mean to have sex after making up. That’s gonna really look odd at Halloween.
Ketchup sex is entirely different.
It is called, “After argument sex.” It is very sweet. 🙂 🙂
After an argument, I just don’t want to be touched right now. I am very sensitive.
After an argument, it is angry sex…,”Is there any other kind?” Who said that?
How do you argue and have sex at the same time? Anger I understand..”take this and this and this too”, but making points in an argument and cyclic-AMP don’t seem to coincide long enough to be focused.
More importantly, Joyriding takes on a different connotation.
I did not say at the same time. Angry sex after an argument can be very satisfying. FOR THE LAST TIME…I HAD A DOG NAMED CHIPPER WHO LIKED TO RIDE IN THE CAR ALL DAY. I CALLED HIM A JOYRIDING DOG. God rest his precious soul.
I did understand about your dog before writing. I purposefully was looking for a “Dirty Old Man” response in return jest. Hopefully, I have not repressed your fun-rollicking and open posts. They add pepper where needed.
You are sweet. I have to be careful with you guys. I do not want to give ya’ll the wrong impression.
“Ain’t got time to board a fast train. Lonely days are gone, Imma going home, my baby just wrote me a letter”
The full song lyrics does not support your title, Senator!
I know. Sarcasm, for the win.
‘spect we will have an ongoing conversation beginning Sun. The WLOCP game could be really great this year. I sincerely wish you luck tomorrow. That would make our game for all the marbles.
Thanks. I was not able to go the the USCe game. I was on a hunting trip out west.
You + Me = 😦
– Jack Donaghy
That’s a terribly written news article. The link reminded me why I don’t read USA Today, even when it’s free.
The Mind of Urban Meyer will never forgive this insult.
Ha! He’s going to put a 100 on them next time they play.
And the Ass of Mark Richt will never forget the humiliating whippings it endured after such insult.
The 2008 and 2009 Florida games are two of my least favorite ever.
Does he not know how to text?
OSU doesn’t deserve anything better than a text.
I’d have sent a courier with it tatooed on his back.
Carrier pigeon. No more, no less.
They could have had an investigative committee deliver it.
Hee, he! I likes. (+1)
Did they do a cc on the letter for the tattoo parlor and the auto dealership?
Can’t link bc I’m on my phone, but Pat Fitzgerald’s comment was something to the effect of “I think this os just evidence of the directions our programs are heading.”
Fitzgerald is awesome.
For legal reasons wouldn’t they have to put it in writing? A call would be nice before the letter but the letter was necessary.
Uh…Debby, would you please refrain from the common sense blogging? No one appreciates it here. 🙂
"What an incredible turnout. It felt like a home game when you looked up in the stands and saw all the red. I expected it to be that way but maybe not as much as it was." -- Kirby Smart, Dawgs247.com, 11/27/21
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