cooler pooper (noun)

Submitted by lakeside on September 23rd, 2011 at 8:40 AM

Someone had to do it and now "cooler pooper" is officially part of the American lexicon.  From Urban Dictionary:

A classless sports fan. Originating from a 2005 college football game between the the Texas Longhorns and the Ohio State Buckeyes which was overcrowded to the point that fans resorted to pooping in their coolers. Credit for the first use of the phrase "cooler pooper" goes to Brian Cook of
The setting: After a tough loss, JDUB is mad at the home team's quarterback.

JDUB: does anyone know where our quarterback lives? I want to visit him. I'm dead serious. I just want to punch him in the eye or beak his leg.

Huffy: You are putting way too much emphasis on the outcome of a sporting event.

JDUB: I got 3 lil boys all who can kick his ass and get nothing since they got clean records.

great2belucky: you know how fucking stupid you sound? that fact you have children is SCARY, you fucking cooler pooper.

Relevant links:

First documented use - The Warden's Exit

Meta: save us the hymnals, cooler poopers

Original documention of cooler pooper behavior - Big crowd for OSU game prompts special plans for buses, parking garages, portable toilets



September 23rd, 2011 at 9:09 AM ^

Having Longhorn fans and Buckeye fans in the same conference would be insufferable.  I don't care how much money the Big 10 would make, it's not enough.   ...coolerpoopers...


September 23rd, 2011 at 9:28 AM ^

I think Brian getting the credit is great.  Since Texas doesn't really give a rat's ass about Ohio anymore, and most of us here seem to hate them with the fury of a thousand suns, I think it is very fitting that mgoblog and Brian get the credit.  If nothing else, it is Brain and many of the posters here who took the ball and ran with it.


September 23rd, 2011 at 9:25 AM ^

Speaking of Ohio

I think Hoke has changed the tide on the rivalry. Hell people in Ohio are starting to believe him. Never in a million years I would have thought that. Selling Michigan jerseys is a good start.


September 23rd, 2011 at 4:41 PM ^

Wikipedia, and if we lobby hard enough, the Oxford Unabridged. I say we lobby to help Columbus-style fan behavior make a truly everlasting impact on spoken and written English.