Entries Tagged “Sports”

Funny Words

31. Snorkel

See also Sports.

Added by a Guest on March 25, 2008| 2 Comments | You Like This |

Funny Advice

32. Keep Your Eye on the Ball

What if you have the ball? See also Sports.

Added by Tim on March 18, 2008| 4 Comments | You Like This |

Funny Things to Do

33. Touching the Rim

Dude, I touched the rim! Watch me touch the rim! See also Basketball, Sports.

Added by Brian on March 18, 2008| 1 Comment | You Like This |

Funny Names

34. Willie Gary

Former player for the St. Louis Rams. See also Football, Sports.

Added by Frank on February 24, 2008| Comment | You Like This |

Funny Things

35. T-Shirt Cannons

Up here! Up here! Up here! See also Clothes, Sports.

Added by Brian on December 29, 2007| Comment | You Like This |

Funny Things

36. The Steagles

A professional football team created by combining the Pittsburgh Steelers and Philadelphia Eagles due to a player shortage during World War II. See also 40's, Sports, Teams.

Added by Brian on September 24, 2007| 1 Comment | You Like This |

Funny Names

37. Chief Nokahoma

Not terribly politically correct name of the Atlanta Brave's team mascot who, incidentally, lived in a teepee erected in the centerfield stands of Fulton County Stadium. See also Baseball, Sports, Stereotypes.

Added by Ryan on February 5, 2007| 3 Comments | You Like This |

Funny Quotes

38. "No guns. No butter. Both can kill."

Presidential campaign slogan of former baseball player Bill "Spaceman" Lee, who ran under the absurdist Rhinoceros Party ticket in 1988. See also Baseball, Politics, Sports.

Added by Dave on January 8, 2007| 3 Comments | You Like This |

Funny People

39. Melvin Turpin

Former professional basketball player nicknamed "Dinner Bell Mel". Turpin was chosen before John Stockton in the 1984 NBA draft that also included Hakeem Olajuwon, Michael Jordan, and Charles Barkley. See also Basketball, Names, Sports.

Added by Dave on December 27, 2006| 1 Comment | You Like This |

Funny Names

40. Worcester Worcesters

Former major league baseball team that played three seasons in the late 1800's. See also Baseball, Sports, Teams.

Added by Dave on December 22, 2006| 1 Comment | You Like This |

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