It's Friday, and another week is in the books. I've got today off to drink beer and watch the tournament all day. GO BLUE!
UMASS Beat Duke!
Go team that is playing dook today!
Jean Claude Van Damme approves!
This is one of the greatest gifs I have ever seen.
Awesome movie BTW.
posting picture from the other threads link for your enjoyment.
I'm looking forward to a weekend full of enjoying Aaron Craft GIFs.
Aaron Craft is the GIF that keeps on giving.
Great day for a posbang.
ESPN's headline when Dayton beat OSU... Dayton: The Ohio State University.
ESPN trolling OSU! How awesome is that?
I love how Yoda is too awesome to even take his lightsaber from the belt; he is cool enough to use the Force to retrieve it.
Also, that fight between Yoda and Dooku was awesome, yet far too short.
They have been waiting to play Ohio for years and it was nice to send Craft off with a painful loss.
I haven't posted in a long time until this week. Glad it is friday.
Woo....and hopefully a great day of upsets. Go Mercer!
a bit disturbing. But still awesome.
FIFTEEN more days until I will have my first beer since New Year's Eve. I made a resolution to not have beer for three months, and I have stuck to it, but it's been killing me. I do feel a little healthier, but I love beer, Sam Adams in particular.
except that mine was to HAVE beer for three months, and then repeat until the world ends.
So far so good.
So you've drank nothing but wine and whiskey since New Years huh?
Wine and Captain Morgan spiced rum. Captain and Coke is my second favorite drink behind a good long island iced tea, so I definitely enjoy it. Also, I like wine, but not as much as I have been drinking it. Wine is more like a drink to have with a nice dinner, not casually drink. I don't have liquor at my house because I just don't feel the need for it and the only time I really drink it is as house parties or when I go to bars. I have a case of Sam Adams Octoberfest that I'm dying to break out in two weeks.
So I assume you've lost 30 pounds too? Maybe I should try that. Although Busch Light doesn't really carry a lot of carbs.
Definitely not thirty pounds. I'm about 200 right now and would like to get to 190 and stay there, but it's more about what I eat. I exercise every week (usually three or four days), but I just can't get below 200, so it's obvious that I need to amend my diet.
You know the end of the month is in ten days right?
13 of 16 right so far!
Two killer overtime loses (St Joseph and NC State)!
Picking Harvard and NDSU were good ones!
15/16. If NC St doesnt miss 50 free throws I'd be sitting here with a perfect 16/16. But of course today i'll go 7/16 and end up throwing my bracket in the trash..lol
Subs are crazy!
And my kids have the day off from school, and my wife is home ... I may need to start drinking early.
I give up. Is your GIF a pregnant Christina Aguilera with the grandpa from Road Trip?
No /s so not sure if serious.
From Bad Grandpa. That's his "grandson" dressed as a stripper!
Haven't seen the movie and have no plans to but I see it now that you've mentioned it. Well, the grandpa part anyway. Recognize him from trailers for the movie. That's the jackass guy right? Knoxville?
I got it on PPV for $2.95 and only have made it through about 30 min. so far. Has some funny parts, but the involvement of the kid is a little creepy to me. Especially the stripper scene. Eww.
Well, today started on a gloomy note as I had to had out some long overdue discipline in the Lewan thread, but I am over it now and have moved onto happier things like planning my weekend around basketball.
My in-laws are taking the kids and keeping them overnight tonight, so the wife and I will probably have a nice dinner somewhere and then come home to do what normal married couples do - fire up the TV (or the Kindle, in the case of my wife) and do our respective things.
On Saturday, there will be a fair amount of purging going on - there are apprximately 30 bags and boxes that are donation-ready sitting in the dining and living room. It is simply a matter of getting them to the Salvation Army.
The overarching theme for me is this - the first weekend of the Tournament is always a great, great sports weekend, even better when your team is in it
a good purging brings. Get rid of some clutter around the house while helping out a worthy cause.
30 bags and boxes, though. Wow. Sounds like my wife. She started hitting garage sales and thrift shops when we started having kids. Pretty soon we had 6 strollers (seriously) for 3 kids. I think we had 5 high chairs, about 10 car seats. Toys upon toys upon toys. She seriously had a problem. If it was on clearance at Target or she saw it at a garage sale she'd buy it. Didn't really cost a lot of money but the stuff piled up. Kids clothes like you wouldn't believe. We have a 5 bedroom house and 2 of them were full of "stuff". Plus the basement and one of our barns. She'd watch those hoarder shows and almost cry. She was never that bad as the people on those shows though, and we finally got through it. Now we're clutter-free for almost 6 months.
Yeah, most of it was stuff that has been long-staged in the basement that we brought upstairs a few days ago in preparation. This includes probably about four or five shelves worth of the kids' old books, many of which they passed up long ago, but it is mainly clothes, shoes, jackets and things like that. There are also two working VCRs and the final load of VHS tapes in this haul, which means that we'll be free of another thing that took up quite a bit of space.
Of course, the kids saw the bags of toys finally last night - "I need those toys!", pointing to things they haven't played with since they were three or four.