The Blockhams in "AMUSEMENT PARK"

Submitted by Six Zero on June 26th, 2012 at 1:01 PM


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It never fails... you're out and about, spending a great afternoon with your favorite people, when suddenly you run into one of... them.  You take the high road, you let them have their chuckle at your expense, but it still stings.

Well, that was last year.  Enjoy your run-ins with 'them' this summer, although I somehow think they won't be so eager to seek you out.

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June 26th, 2012 at 2:06 PM ^

There's always a fresh round of we had fickell, wait til Meyer is coaching, We were shitty and you still barely beat us, or wow, congagulations tell me when its 7 in a row.


June 27th, 2012 at 10:31 AM ^

Ok, so I want to start off by saying I love these comics. Then I wanna say, I'll be the first to admit there are OSU fans out there like this that will argue you to death even though you guys won this year/hold the overall record/etc. And I know every fan base has a stereotype and there are fans that fall outside of that stereotype. You gotta admit that there are UofM fans out there that are the same way, saying, "Well look at the overall record," even in years we won. But I will respect those fans a hell of a lot more than the ones (talking OSU and/or UofM) that disappear in a year of a loss to the rival. You still gotta represent your fandom and support your team, even when they lose. Suck it up and admit you were bested on the field on that fateful November Saturday.


June 27th, 2012 at 12:33 PM ^

and the funniest thing about it to me is I took the family to Cedar Point yesterday. I didn't tell the kids we were going, just woke them up at 6am and told them to get in the car. My 14 year old son tells me when we get there "Dad, you should have told me were coming here before we left. I would have worn my OHIO SUCKS t-shirt"