(1) What does the average Univ. of Florida player get on his SATs?
(2) What do you get when you put 32 West Virginia cheerleaders in one room?
……..A full set of teeth.
(3) How do you get a Nebraska cheerleader into your dorm room?
……..Grease her hips and push.
(4) How do you get an Ohio State graduate off your porch?
………Pay him for the pizza.
(5) How do you know if an Alabama football player has a girlfriend?
……There is tobacco spit on both sides of his pickup.
(6) Why is the Kentucky football team like a possum?
….Because they play dead at home and get killed on the road.
(7) What are the longest three years of a Texas Longhorn football player’s life?
……..His freshman year.
(8) How many Oklahoma freshmen does it take to change a light bulb?
……..None. That’s a sophomore course.
(9) Where was O. J. Headed in the white Bronco?
……. Durham , North Carolina. He knew that the police would never look at Duke for a Heisman Trophy winner.
10. How do you keep an FSU football player out of your front yard?
Erect a goal post!
AND FINALLY (drum roll and cymbal clash)…..
(11) Why did Tennessee choose orange as their team color?
……..You can wear it to the game on Saturday, hunting on Sunday, and picking up trash along the highways the rest of the week.
A wedding toast like no other
American composer and Tony Award-nominated actor Lin-Manuel Miranda surprised his newly wedded wife Vanessa. All of Vanessa’s close friends and family rehearsed for a month in secret, leading up to the reception.
Mill Ends Park located in the median strip of SW Naito Parkway near SW Taylor Street in downtown in Portland Oregon is the world’s smallest park. The park is a circle 2 ft (0.61 m) across, with a total area of 452 sq in (0.292 m2).
In 1948, the site that would become Mill Ends Park was intended to be the site for a light pole. When the pole failed to appear and weeds sprouted in the opening, Fagan, a columnist for the Oregon Journal, planted flowers in the hole and named it after his column in the paper, “Mill Ends” (a reference to leftover irregular pieces of wood at lumber mills). Fagan’s office in the Journal building overlooked the median in the middle of the busy thoroughfare that ran in front of the building (then known as SW Front Avenue).
Fagan told the story of the park’s origin: He looked out the window and spotted a leprechaun digging in the hole. He ran down and grabbed the leprechaun, which meant that he had earned a wish. Fagan said he wished for a park of his own; but since he had not specified the size of the park in his wish, the leprechaun gave him the hole. Over the next two decades, Fagan often featured the park and its head leprechaun, named Patrick O’Toole, in his whimsical column.
Thanks Miss Silver