Monday

UNC Football!



Q: How do you keep a UNC player out of your yard?
A: Put up goal posts.

Q: Where do you go in Chapel Hill in case of a tornado?
A: To Kenan Stadium - they never get a touchdown there!

Q: What do you call a UNC player with a bowl ring?
A: A thief.

Q: What's the difference between UNC and a dollar bill?
A: You can still get four quarters out of a dollar bill.

Q: How many UNC players does it take to win a bowl game?
A: Nobody knows and we may never find out!

Q: What does UNC and possums have in common?
A: Both play dead at home and get killed on the road!

4 comments:

Professor Howdy said...

A couple were driving to the airport in stony silence
since they had had an argument and she was not
really interested in flying in her husband’s aircraft
that afternoon. They drove past a meadow in
which several goats, cows, horses and sheep
were grazing. He asked sarcastically, “Relatives
of yours?” “Yes!” she quickly replied “In-laws.”

Professor Howdy said...

A UNC student goes into a restaurant and notices
there's a "peel and win" sticker on her coffee cup.
So she peels it off and starts screaming, "I've won
a motorhome! I've won a motorhome!"

The waitress says, "That's impossible. The biggest
prize is a free lunch."

But the student keeps on screaming, "I've won a
motorhome! I've won a motorhome!"

Finally, the manager comes over and says, "Ma'am,
I'm sorry, but you're mistaken. You couldn't have
possibly won a motorhome because we didn't have
that as a prize!"

The UNC student says, "No, it's not a mistake. I've
won a motorhome!" And she hands the ticket to the
manager and HE reads .

"W I N. A. B A G E L"

Professor Howdy said...

OBSCURE & UNUSUAL WORDS



1) acidulous e sijjeless (adjective)
: slightly sour in taste
: cutting and sharp in speech or tone

Mid-18th century. Formed from Latin acidulus,
from acidus, from acere "to be sour."

Her acidulous tone let us know we were in trouble.

2) balky bawkee (adjective)
: difficult and uncooperative

The balky mule stopped dead in its tracks.

Professor Howdy said...

Jesus Christ, the Son of David,
the Son of Abraham,
Son of God, 2nd Member
of the Holy Trinity, Savior,
Son of Man, Prince of Peace,
The Mighty God, Wonderful
Counselor & Lover of my Soul!

~ Then Jesus said, Come to Me, all of you who are weary and carry heavy burdens, and I will give you rest. - Matthew 11:28

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