WHAT IF HE EATS A LEMON?
fair point that
WHAT IF HE EATS A LEMON?
But a lime?
What if a doctor of questionable repute prescribed that he put the lime in the coconut?
I suspect it would relieve this bellyache.
You put the lime in the coconut, you drink 'em both together
Put the lime in the coconut, then you feel better?
Doesn't seem logical, but, doctor's orders...
Pretty soon lime becomes an orange.
Why do limes NOT have seeds, but lemons do?
Key limes have seeds.
What if he just drank a sprite? 12 oz
How about chug a large Sprite Slurpee. The brain freeze would be unbearable.
the lime in the coconut?
he have to see the doctor in the morning for a massive bellyache?
I ate a lime before. I could only get halfway through it. The board would be satisfied in my opinion.
What if he eats a lemon lime?
Nice try, Brian.
#EatALemon on Twitter everyone!
You must mean <16 yr old members. Twitter is for Tweens and creepers who stalk tweens.
Can we develop some sort of compromise, like he just eats the inside of the lemon and not the rind? (But he must eat it by itself, not as part of a drink or food item)
People can suggest compromise ideas and Seth seems to me to be a reasonable and rational person to be the one to decide what is fair after reading everyone's ideas.
I will personally donate $100 to Mott if the lemon is eaten. If we go rind and everything, $200. Maybe $250 because I think that is the number that my husband's firm requires to do a match, so it's potentially $500 to Mott.
Just a thought. Get the Alumni Association to be involved and put it in their next newsletter - if the ALS bucket challenge raised 100M+, maybe we can do some sort of significant number to Mott. Thanks to LongLiveBo to the Mott idea. (I think it was him).
Put the lemon in a bucket, and dump it on his head! Brilliant!
born "the lemon challenge". Have a ball, Facebook.
What about an onion? I had two friends drunkenly challenge each other to eat whole onions. It was awesome.
of a tailgate contest that would be videod, you know with a shot of Tequila as the chaser. Could be at the Mgoblog Party plaza or in South Bend Saturday night? Not exactly sugar, but that might make the medicine go down a little easier. Just saying............
I think where this is going is that, at the end of this discussion / controversy, we will have ensured that Brian will never, ever have scurvy even if he does not drink another glass of lemonade or orange juice in his lifetime. Perhaps that is a good thing in the long run, that we have eliminated one potential issue for him.
is brian joining the navy in 1750?
That's how I get my dog to take his medicine.
I don't understand what is so horrifying about eating a lemon. I do it all of the time. Lemons are great for your health, and they taste good.
You want to get that checked out by a Doctor...
They destroy your tooth enamel.
Has nothing to do with lemons. I think it's a stubborn thing. Brian made a rash bet to show how much he knows about UM football, and now that he lost, he's trying to justify how he's technically right. It's the kind of stubbornness that that Borges showed that Brian kept calling Borges out for. But now that the light is shining on himself...
Brian, please just eat the damn lemon.
That's partly about just being a good sport (and really, why the hell not?) but mostly because this is going to get really old really quickly.
a tech savvy person needs to grab the domain name eatalemon.com just in case we need it in the future.
Or do one of those "hasbrianeatenalemonyet.com" sites.
At least he created a consequence for an incorrect prediction. The knowledge just goes into hiding after an incorrect prophecy, and then we beg him to come back every year. Besides, Brian got off on a technicality.
to eat a lemon or a lime.
no he must eat a lemon
I presume he had a method in mind when he made the bet.
What if he just drinks a gin and tonic?
brian has already eaten it and posted the video to "lemonparty.org"
Hint....don't go to this site unless you really like old guys. All this talk of lemons reminded me of the time when I was duped into clicking a link to this site. Go to at your own risk.