Lock the doors! Circle the wagons!

Set the cats to patrol the perimeter!

Tomorrow is the first home football game of the season. This means traffic backed up for miles and testosterone flowing like beer. Driving home today was a spshul treat.

We're playing South Carolina. I think it would be funny if UGA fans yelled "You lie!" at the SC fans but they're generally not that liberal or politically aware.

The SC team name is the Gamecocks. Guess what the short form is?

I have actually seen these for sale in the USC bookstore. I think this explains a lot about SC politics.

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13 Responses to Lock the doors! Circle the wagons!

  1. AmyH says:

    One of these days I'd love to go to a UGA home game, just to be a part of the spectacle. Enjoy!

  2. mariser says:

    Tomorrow is the first home football game of the season. This means
    traffic backed up for miles and testosterone flowing like beerI feel for y'all. I really do. we live a few blocks from the football stadium: we are virtual prisoners from three hours before to three hours after the game. and the testosterone and beer are de rigueur. plus the occasional burning couch.this is our bye week, home opener next Saturday.

  3. jaypo says:

    Soooo unimaginative. The hat. OTOH, I love that picture of Miss Sukey. Stewing Sukey. Sukey says, "Sucky." She looks so much like Yankee, my girlie.

  4. AmyH says:

    At Michigan State, traffic would be snarled for hours before a game. Here, I can drive right past Arizona State within a half mile of the stadium at any time on game day and not hit congestion. At halftime, most of the stadium leaves and goes to the bar, never to return. THAT'S how the Sun Devils roll. Pfft.

  5. Lauri says:

    LOL at the Cocks. It does explain a lot, don' it? I would like to have a hat so I can plop it on some of the guys' heads at work. ;)Sukey looks gorgeous…even when angry! Lol@ jaypo and Sukey saying "sucky"!

  6. Fortunately I live far enough out from campus that I don't have people throwing up on my lawn, but it's still wise to stay off the roads until the game starts. Sanford stadium seats about 20K more people than Commonwealth, but there's no fireworks! Lame!

  7. I would like to have a hat so I can plop it on some of the guys' heads at work. đŸ˜‰
    Why? Do they work with poultry đŸ™‚ ?

  8. Before some rules were imposed people would start staking out their spots on campus the evening before the game–once an old guy with a motor home actually roped in my car with clothesline so he could be sure to have the spot for his picnic table. Last year there was a new rule that tailgaters couldn't run extension cords into campus buildings to run their big screen TVs.

  9. Sometimes she sounds like she's saying "Sheep! SheepSheepSheep!" It's so cute I've started saying it too: "Sheep! Sheep!"

  10. Lauri says:

    No poultry, they're merely foul!

  11. Lurkertype says:

    Is "sheep!" a request for a change in diet or in companionship?

  12. It's incompetent cursing–she's mad but she's liddle and a kitty and doesn't know all the human wooooooords!!! Although that may be proof that cats don't listen to humans, because I certainly use all the Seven Deadly Words, in complete sentences, while I'm listening to the news.

  13. Lurkertype says:

    Ah, her can only say "p" in place of "t", like Mommy does. She's trying to say "sheet! oh sheet!"

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