frank beamer #1
Last week, I was talking to a woman who has three kids (all boys). When I asked if they were going to try for a boy, she said that her husband was getting a vasectomy next Wednesday (as in the day before March Madness).
I then told her that there are more vasectomies scheduled in that week than any other. She looked at me with a blank stare and asked why.... So, I said, "It's the opening weekend of March Madness... you get to lay on the couch for 4 days and watch basketball"
She stearnly told me, with no hersitation, "My husband isn't into sports."
My responsse..."Well, he obviously is. And I just ruined this poor guy's master plan."
She laughed, but in a "I'm going to f'ing kill him" sort of way.
So, if you are married to a 35 year old, attractive Emergency Room Doctor, who is ruining your "down time" as you try to watch BBall with a bag of frozen peas on your crotch... I'm Sorry
So, who has their own Vasectomy and March Madness story... let's hear them
http://collegebasketballtalk.nbcsports.com/2014/03/21/dayton-daily-news-takes-shot-at-ohio-state-after-upset-win-in-ncaa-tournament-photo/ Dayton newspaper takes a jab at The Ohio State University.
Just wanted to share this bit of info with everyone, not sure if it has been posted anywhere, not sure what network yet, I looked at the guide and CBS is the only network of the 4 that has a game slated for that time slot, so I'm guessing CBS.
Will be a challenging game, we better come out more focused for any game going forward if we expect to march on!!!
Also, it's my B-Day on Saturday, a win would be a wonderful gift!!!
Michigan Kicks off the 2014 NCAA Mens Basketball Tournament with Wofford. The game is on CBS.
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