Uh oh, you guys, I think we're in trouble.
Uh oh, you guys, I think we're in trouble.
if they sued every team they play will troll so hard with the word "chickens"
Could the USA chicken industry sue Notre Dame? The university's negative reaction to being associated with chickens is an insult to an industry that not only provides healthy food options to hundreds of millions of Americans but also supports millions of jobs.
For our Notre Dame fans, translation has been provided in the only language they understand:
Bwak bak bak bak bwak Notre Dame? Bwak bak bak bak bak bwaak bwak bak bak bwaak.
Boom goes the dynamite.
They're not literally chickens. Figuratively, sure, nobody is going to deny that. All of this could have been avoided had Hoke just called them cowards...
It is meant to be all manufactures of poultry products.
if by "cowards" you mean "pussies", i'm with you.
I'm in, too
All of this could have been avoided had Hoke just called them cowards...
What do you mean by "all of this"? All I see is a single, indignant message-board post by an ND fan (which was ridiculed by other ND fans).
You're close. It does describe felines but I believe the correct word is:
I hope they do.
I would love to sit in that room when both sides explain themselves.
Michigan "they ended the rivalry because we have won 4 of the last 5...So they are chickens"
Mediator "makes sense to me"
Nd "umm we need to play acc teams"
Mediator " so why play Purdue and msu?
Nd " we'll we beat them... Oh shit"
Please don't interpret this as a defense of ND, but in fairness it would be much more difficult to break contracts with Purdue and Michigan State because there was not the 3-game out clause that was written into the Michigan-Notre Dame contract.
Dammit man! Don't confuse the issue with facts!
The facts are the same time Notre Dame was contemplating dropping us for the 2015 game...they added UMass.
The ACC was giving them wide flexibility in the first few years for making the schedule fit and work...
They claimed that SOS was important...Notre Dame could have kept Michigan...they dropped us and added UMass for 2015...
It's never that hard to break a game contract. You may have pay a little money, but you can always do it. ND could have easily afforded to break its deal with MSU or Purdue, but it didn't want to.
This is actually hilarious.
What's wrong McFly? Chicken?
Love the title, OP. Made me chuckle.
Ok I'm done
That joke was hen bad taste.
Bad enough that he may get a-roosted.
This whole thread has been very bawkward
It's not eggxactly up to the usual MGoBlog standards. The fowl language is especially disappointing.
Aw, with all the Irish fan eggnst over their Michigan record, it's reasonable for Notre Dame to feel a little hen-pecked.
In libel/slander suits, the truth is very solid defense.
Last I checked, our law school ranks in #9 in the county. Theirs doesn't even crack the top 20. They don't want to mess with Michigan lawyers. If we went up against each other in court, I'm confident we'd be favored by at least a field goal.
They would never challenge us in court. They are chickens.
That sounds pretty good, until you realize Washtenaw County only has two law schools...
Can we sue ND for being ugly?
It has no alibi.
It's really too bad TWIS went up before this.
I, Bryan Mac, state outright that Notre Dame, its football team and football personnel, and its athletic department are chickens. They are literally fowl. They roost, have feathers, and lay eggs. Their cancellation of the series with Michigan is caused by, and evidence of, their biological state of chicken-ness. I don't mean this as metaphor or hyperbole, but rather as a statement of fact intended to disseminate that information to any who would look upon these words.
Come at me, bro.
You are plainly a clothes-wearing golden retriever, like many decent people.
Nice job egging them on.
We need to restore the old voting system where you could get the 25 or 30 (worthless) MGoPoints that this comment deserves.
Just as I took our ball club over theirs, I'd take our lawyers as well.
Some of our best lawyers ARE their lawyers.
Fair point. Though, respectable competition isn't always formidable. I stand by my statement.
I don't know why people don't use that more often...