Skip to comments.Super Bowl Question???
Posted on 02/03/2013 7:27:56 PM PST by johnsmom
I swear...I am not a pervert...but whats up with the weenie wobble going on during the super bowl. Good grief
is it just me
or was Frank Gores squirrel doing the twirl during the slow motion replay of the 2nd 3rd quarter touchdown. No kidding
am I the only one who noticed this end zone action? Whats up with no cup LOL????
I watched NCIS reruns.
“garbage they call entertainment these days”
You got that right! Pure junk!
This could be why the lights went out!
Rugby players don’t wear cups either. It would call into question their manhood.
The upside is that unlike NFL players we rugby players don’t wear tights.
Played HS and college FB in the early to late 1950’s. FB players do not wear cups for “safety” reasons. Their bodies, legs, get into so many different positions that a cup will move around, “crunching” area,causing “damage”
My wife said the same thing; and that it disgusted her.
I’m not sure why you wouldn’t be wearing a cup and a jock strap, but I haven’t played sports in a very long time.
Not in the helmet? Eeeehhwwwww. Lol
My neighbor has a SWEET setup... full wall screen, at LEAST 10' wide... with high def Projection, and surround sound.
It's as good a picture as I've ever seen on anything THAT huge....
I think I had nightmares about Gore's junk attacking me... that slow motion replay seemed to go on FOREVER!!!
Yeah, saw one at some store and thoought “Hey, I don’t care what they say, BIGGER is better”.....
You may not feel the same after you watch that Gore TD on a bigger screen....
It left me with severe emotional trauma and feelings of inadequacy.
I was FORCED to seek therapy from my wife for several hours.... Seek... that is, NOT receive. :-(
Sadly, were are just cattle to them....
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