My "cool story bro" story

Submitted by brewandbluesaturdays on August 27th, 2010 at 12:26 PM

Here is my "cool story bro" story that many seem to be sharing. Today while sitting at my desk (procrastinating at work and reading the blog of course), I received a text from a friend in Chicago asking me if I would be interested in going to the UM vs. ND game.

I of course went all "OMG, YES, YES!!!". He says cool I will count you in. So I start getting all giddy like a school girl and begin asking questions, "how much", "who's all going" etc... I finally get to the important question "where are the seats?". He responds, "3rd row, 50 yd line Michigan side. " 

Long story short... I went from 6 to midnight real quick and cant wait for the game...

cool story bro I know

k thnx bye



August 27th, 2010 at 12:51 PM ^

I went to UM's Frozen Four in Albany 6 days after my daughter was born.  The kicker?  My wife made me go because we had bought the tickets prior to finding out she was pregnant.  Called up a bro' and we made the trip.

Divorce was well over a year later, so I don't think the Frozen Four trip had anything to do with it...I kid, that parts not true.  

Space Coyote

August 27th, 2010 at 12:41 PM ^

My girl friend's dad asked me if I wanted to go to the Notre Dame/Michigan game out of the blue.  He got the tickets randomly through his work so I've been giddy about it the last couple days.


August 27th, 2010 at 12:59 PM ^

My good friends moved about 30 minutes outside columbus two years ago so I was visiting them.  On the way home I was pulled over about 15 miles south of Toledo.  The cop got me for going 78 in a 65, we chatted for a moment and he said he'd be right back.  He comes back to the window and says he would give me a warning. 

He then asked if I was wearing Michigan shorts.  I said you better believe it, then reached into the back and grabbed my M shoes.  I showed him those and he said he still had time to give me a ticket.  He told have a nice day and Go bucks.  I said thank you sir and Go Blue.

Pretty cool guy. Pretty happy to not pay the state of Ohio $150 bucks either.