One would have to assume that in the Woods family they either have a great sense of humour with the ability to laugh at oneself or not the sharpest tools in the shed. Know what I'm sayin'?
...is not just a river in Egypt...
[i]Twas the night before the east division final… Bonne soirée Hamiltonios! Johnny hopes you can get up tomorrow to see the game. It is at 1 PM. A little too early for you guys… Hope you didn't drink too much while square dancing in the church basement Saturday night
Ok Johnny, now go back to bed and dream about Cox
[i]Yup, while Johnny is in bed, he can only dream about Cox.
Whereas you have the real thing keeping you warm…[/i]
My wife says sweet dreams!
Oskee wee wee!!!
[i]Sounds like you ain't getting any...
Hey kitty cats, time to get up and get an arse whooping from THE BEAR!!!!!!
Be careful what you wish for.....Lick this Johnny Ya big CUPCAKE!!! :twisted:
Get the bacon and coffee goin!
Today's the day that the Alouettes and Johnny Cupcakes eat crow. Johnny do you prefer a little tobasco or pepper with your crow ?
You got me thinking of something - Maple-Sriracha-glazed bacon...
So, what do Woods, Carter, and Green have to say now?
Dear Mr. Woods,
To kick Brandon Banks’s ass, you would need to drive a Buick Grand National at 160 mph continuously for a week to move your mouth within the same area code of him today.
The only thing that may need to be said to Woods and Carter, and anyone else who said that Montreal would win is this:
How do you explain this?
Don't be mean. They tried their best. Their best just isn't good enough.
Well, they thought their best would be good enough, as they thought they were good enough to be that sure they'd get the win. All I'm saying is that I wonder what they have to say about certain predictions that they made. What might we hear from them?