Monday, January 19, 2015

Wife’s Tying Me To Bed Again to Super Bowl Stereotypes 

Another laugh filled edition in preparation for the big game 

Silliness meets the reality of silliness 

Free Mariachi Lesson (limerick) 

The mariachi played our song
The one that helped keep our love strong
But their lovers’ trip
Wuld soon make mind flip
They played till large tip came along 

Wife’s Tying Me To Bed Again (limerick) 

Imagine what went through my head
When wife tied me down to the bed
And blindfold adhere
So all I could hear
You can’t leave him here salesman said

Seeing Other Men? (limerick) 

I thought it was end of my glee
When other men my wife did see
Those muscular masses
Those dreams of most lasses
So I keep her glasses near me

If you watched 2014's Super Bowl you'll know why I chose this: Bruno Mars "Locked Out Of Heaven" 


If you keep a Goldfish in the dark, it will eventually turn white. If you keep a Goldfish in a room filled with crazy Super Bowl fanatics, there is a chance it will be eaten. What is a crazy Super Bowl fanatic? Dude Perfect has done a good job of capturing the stereotypical "touched" party goer most envision. Dude Perfect is a sports and comedy entertainment group who got their start on YouTube. Its members are Coby and Cory Cotton, Garrett Hilbert, Cody Jones, and Tyler Toney, who were college roommates at Texas A&M University. The Super Bowl has become an unofficial holiday in America. Literally billions of chicken wings and millions of slices of pizza are eaten every Super Bowl. Most people get together for a Super Bowl party at a friend’s house. And there’s these guy, who Dude Perfect have brought together in a viral video.
The question is: How far off were they really; "Stereotypes: Super Bowl Party" 

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