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Discussion in 'BS Forum' started by Brook!, Jan 12, 2019.
Learned something new from my good friend. Hello from Basel.
I'm going closer to you tomorrow...off to Berlin. Bring on the currywurst.
Josh Allen took a viscous hit to the head last week
The OL is out of sink
My absolute favorites are "should of", "could of" and "would of"....
Remember the good old days in high school Spanish class when we used to confiscate verbs?
. .My fav is . "going". "going" . "gone!"
Biggs really owns this thread:
“. . . either side of the political isle.”
That was the consistency of his brain after the hit
Just read in the Jets forum that the key to this game will be to “matriculate the ball down the field.”
Well I’ll be damned.
The one that gets me every time is prolly.
Like nails on a chalkboard.
Do chalkboards even exist anymore?
buncha whinny bitches on the Jets forum after a loss
Probably one of my favorite use of that word by a Jets fan was thus: "Shut up Leberfeld you whinny bitch." - rudi
EDIT: So whose gonna fix this team? Inquiring minds want to know. Well, I guess we could get into the everyday parlance of enquire vs. inquire which peeks my curiosity, but it's late. Pique, peek, peak. Wait, now I'm gonna get a reminiscence of how you peaked on acid back in the day so nevermind.
The Jets are not towing the line. Heh.
I could care less about any of this BS.
Robby Anderson alluded the po-po, but it was all an allusion. Elude, allude, and illude are homophones. Now watch someone tell me I hate the gays. Bigits.
Back to this quagmire: allude is the verb and the noun is allusion. Illude is the verb and the noun is illusion. Illude can be used in place of delude and delusion, but neither can be used in place of allude or allusion. Faggits.
Gase apparently has a ton of plays at his beckon call...