I like when typos become the inside joke
I like when typos become the inside joke
when Nenrska joined the Big 10.
Indeed I was... Hopefully more (typos) to follow
and the well-meaning-fat-fingered individual types in "Dear Brain" instead of "Dear Brian."
And Brian will typically throw in a "(word -Ed.)" after it...
I still LOL at the "(Dave) Bandon" thread. Typo combined with unnecessary parentheses is just great.
aboverage = above average
Apparently your reading abilities are beloverage.
MGoLaughing so hard my sides hurt.
Negalanche. Saw that a couple times.
100% worst thing ever is funny because it is overtaken everytime by the next 100% worst thing ever.
Anytime anyone says pos-bang or neg-bang, they are ok in my book.
Oh shit! Here they come now!
augh -- the apostrophe....foul temptress!
But apparently the Reich is unconcerned with orthography.
I know it's not a term, but em0 cycle is a fascinating natural phenomenon. It's like the nitrogen cycle but hilarious.
1. He shits all over the board with meaningless additions.
2. Posters break him down, negging him until an eventual meltdown, otherwise known as decomposition.
3. The hilarious fruits of his meltdown benefit the masses in the form of comedy.
4. His banning results in the creation of a new em0 account, which eventually shits or dies again.
And if it's not him, the new person annoys the hell out of me. I'm pretty sure there's a secret Mgoblog Cabal out to get him.
its kb9704. Started like 5 conference alignment threads yesterday.
He makes the Em0 watch. Can be bumped up to a Em0 warning if depth charts for 2201 start popping up.
Sparty, No! is always entertaining.
But lifted from EDSBS, referring to any of Ron Zook's many memes, whether it be jet-skiing or calling him NAME REDACTED.
Also, (from EDSBS?) referring to Tim Brewster's OVERALL ENTHUSIASM FOR THE YOUNG MEN WHO ARE TRYING HARD TO WIN OUT THERE.
God knows they like to tweak Gopher fans at every opportunity.
...for some reason I always find it funny when Brian refers to him as "the Zooker"
again not sure if it originated here, but FUCK.SHIT.UP
The new kind of Ben and Jerry's.
Maybe not the best ever but I read it this morning and it gave me a good laugh
IMHE, IMHE is awesome.
no sugarcoat, no sugarcoat is an awesome term
Gueer. The first time seeing it was on this blog.
with all the "mgo-" phrases/words i find myself constantly throwing in "mgo-" before many words. such as:
"I'm going to start making the mgo-spaghetti."
"I don't know what the damn mgo-time it it is!"
"We'll probably go the the mgo-pool."
"What kind of mgo-beer are you getting?"
Edit: i don't do it intentionally, it just comes up...
Well I originally listed about 10 of my favorites, but people were negging me so I condensed it down to these two:
UPDATE: Alright, I just can't help myself ... a couple more:
a very useful concept when contemplating newly arrived wolverine players.
So this came from the mgoboard, but it didn't catch on here. Oddly enough, it's caught on amongst my fellow Aggie grad students though:
Dotting the i - Euphimism for a #2
First time I saw it was on Brian's one-time use of the Steven Colbert Blame Board.
Currently, as a diary tag, it encompasses the Decimated Defense Trilogy, and formerlyanonymous's hardball v. Northwestern preview, which: What?
Also, Brian's use of "which" before a complete thought (see above) has totally entered my writing.
I'll go with the alternate spelling of "Rodriquez."
1. Denard's specific element:
2. One from today, our favorite conference:
The Bog Ten
100 percent pure Columbian awesomeness is my personal favorite. When it comes to MGoBlog though, their are many to choose from.
not named [fill in the blank]."
also: "The Horror."
I am going to miss screaming, "RAGE" at the TV as Minor was flat trucking fools on one of his no-regard-for-personal-safety runs.
A close second is "Brandon Graham: Destroyer of Planets". I yelled that out when he crushed Winston and everyone in the room looked at me like I was a crazy person. It could have been because I was yelling at the TV, but whatever.
Honorable Mention: "Dude, wait. What?"
Nickname given to Carson Butler because of his unnatural athletic ability for a man of his size.
That still cracks me up, never heard of it till I signed in to chat during a game one Saturday.
Miami (Not That Miami)
Some other oldies but goodies:
Zoltan for Space Emperor. Love that name.
Who can forget the "otter" saga that brought us Big Will?
The otter is the "man whose name cannot be spoken", aka "Thor", aka the "guy in the directory who may or may not be going to Michigan" aka "The Big Jokester" aka "Cass Tech Hero" aka "The Soup Can of Destiny"
We will not mention his real name for it will cause Mass Hysteria, Panic, the Biblical Plagues of Egypt, destruction of precious recruiting and ranking status, and the Rapture where we who are the good and Champions of the West will face Lesticles and his evil army of undereducated 4th down bayou mutants. He is our modern day Candyman - if we say his name three times in a mirror, we will be attacked by a ghostly apparition that will haunt our running backs in Big Ten - SEC match ups for time and eternity.
Or - you can just go to the front page and scroll down approximately three Bryan Cook entries and you will find "The Otter" true identity. Good luck and god bless. And please - WHATEVER YOU DO - do not mention his real name to anyone, ever!
The "Illinois Illini (We're from Illinois!)" and the similar phrases used for Utah, Troy, and The St. Lawrence Saints.
The FAKE scale for 40 times
I'd give that 4 fakes out of five.