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the pitt tight end who ate jason pierre paul's lunch

Originally posted by HessianDud:
this thread started off so terribly and then it got worse and worse and worse. congratulations.

It's a pretty great microcosm for this forum, IMO.
Originally posted by RedWaltz24:
At least he didn't eat JaMarcus Russell's lunch, or else Russell actually might have actually put some effort into something for once.

It would take more than one player to handle Russell's lunch!

But I think most people knew what was being said here.
Originally posted by English:
Originally posted by RedWaltz24:
At least he didn't eat JaMarcus Russell's lunch, or else Russell actually might have actually put some effort into something for once.

It would take more than one player to handle Russell's lunch!

But I think most people knew what was being said here.

Originally posted by Thorhawk:
Are there seriously posters here who do not know what the phrase "ate his lunch" means.

http://www.learnersdictionary.com/search/lunch[1]


thanks at least someone can understand that niners may have made a nice pick up in byham
Originally posted by hofer36:
Originally posted by Thorhawk:
Are there seriously posters here who do not know what the phrase "ate his lunch" means.

http://www.learnersdictionary.com/search/lunch[1]


thanks at least someone can understand that niners may have made a nice pick up in byham


Byham might end up being a good pick, but you're original post was still worded in a way that caused confusion, regardless of the saying about lunches. That confusion initially led to hilarity and then it led to people grand-standing about how they know all these sayings because they played football, so they know more about football, growl! look at me! etc.
Originally posted by valrod33:
Originally posted by 49oz2superbowl:
Originally posted by 9erHIGH:
Originally posted by Thorhawk:
Are there seriously posters here who do not know what the phrase "ate his lunch" means.

http://www.learnersdictionary.com/search/lunch[1]


right????? i thought every football coach since popwarner used that expression...

what? some of you never played footballl? oh. that explains a lot.

haha seriously, I sometimes get the feeling that not many on this board actually played football, or if they did they were more sideline spectators in uniform.

Even hearing that expression from coaches before, I always get a really explicit image in my head.

LOL, i think some posters like to pretend that they have played football by calling out people who dont know whata the term ate his lunch means.


Just because you dont know what ate his lunch means doesnt mean you dont know football or that you never played

pretend... aragon hs in san mateo class of 1994.
i was no superstar athlete, but i know what it's like to go head up and actually,
i did lead my team in de-cleaters my last year! (the one thing i can brag about,
i had 7; 5 covering kicks and 2 at SS)

and yah... if someone never played, they have no credibility with me.
it'd be like a virgin tryin to claim they're an expert on sex just cuz they
download a lot of porn.
not tryin to hate on anybody. just how it is. ppl can have their opinions,
just remember you've never actually played football when you're expressing them
Originally posted by 9erHIGH:
Originally posted by valrod33:
Originally posted by 49oz2superbowl:
Originally posted by 9erHIGH:
Originally posted by Thorhawk:
Are there seriously posters here who do not know what the phrase "ate his lunch" means.

http://www.learnersdictionary.com/search/lunch[1]


right????? i thought every football coach since popwarner used that expression...

what? some of you never played footballl? oh. that explains a lot.

haha seriously, I sometimes get the feeling that not many on this board actually played football, or if they did they were more sideline spectators in uniform.

Even hearing that expression from coaches before, I always get a really explicit image in my head.

LOL, i think some posters like to pretend that they have played football by calling out people who dont know whata the term ate his lunch means.


Just because you dont know what ate his lunch means doesnt mean you dont know football or that you never played

pretend... aragon hs in san mateo class of 1994.
i was no superstar athlete, but i know what it's like to go head up and actually,
i did lead my team in de-cleaters my last year! (the one thing i can brag about,
i had 7; 5 covering kicks and 2 at SS)

and yah... if someone never played, they have no credibility with me.
it'd be like a virgin tryin to claim they're an expert on sex just cuz they
download a lot of porn.
not tryin to hate on anybody. just how it is. ppl can have their opinions,
just remember you've never actually played football when you're expressing them




sure thing uncle rico
Originally posted by HessianDud:
Originally posted by hofer36:
Originally posted by Thorhawk:
Are there seriously posters here who do not know what the phrase "ate his lunch" means.

http://www.learnersdictionary.com/search/lunch[1]


thanks at least someone can understand that niners may have made a nice pick up in byham


Byham might end up being a good pick, but you're original post was still worded in a way that caused confusion, regardless of the saying about lunches. That confusion initially led to hilarity and then it led to people grand-standing about how they know all these sayings because they played football, so they know more about football, growl! look at me! etc.

it was myock's words, not mine...you guys need to go on to the the "Iupati assaults Rey Maulauaga" post and call the cops --there was an assault after all
Originally posted by HessianDud:
Originally posted by English:
Originally posted by RedWaltz24:
At least he didn't eat JaMarcus Russell's lunch, or else Russell actually might have actually put some effort into something for once.

It would take more than one player to handle Russell's lunch!

But I think most people knew what was being said here.


Originally posted by hofer36:
Originally posted by HessianDud:
Originally posted by hofer36:
Originally posted by Thorhawk:
Are there seriously posters here who do not know what the phrase "ate his lunch" means.

http://www.learnersdictionary.com/search/lunch[1]


thanks at least someone can understand that niners may have made a nice pick up in byham


Byham might end up being a good pick, but you're original post was still worded in a way that caused confusion, regardless of the saying about lunches. That confusion initially led to hilarity and then it led to people grand-standing about how they know all these sayings because they played football, so they know more about football, growl! look at me! etc.

it was myock's words, not mine...you guys need to go on to the the "Iupati assaults Rey Maulauaga" post and call the cops --there was an assault after all

i'm not talking about "eating his lunch" i'm talking about the rest of your post, its fairly unclear what you're talking about in that first post. But yes, Iupati is a bad mofo and I'm glad to have him on the team!
Originally posted by hofer36:
rewatching the nfl network replay of rd 1 and mayock talked about, when gmen took jason pierre paul, that he watched film where the pitt tight end ate pierre paul's lunch...in the 1st half, before pierre paul came back in 2nd half

im suspecting the tight end was nate byham

Perhaps the Pitt tight end was Dorin Dickerson?
Originally posted by Travisty13:
Jared from Subway and JaMarcus Russell in the board responses. Very funny.
this thread started off really bad. and has just gotten worse. i love it. we go from an unknown te owning jpp, to cracking jokes, to a d!ck measuring contest about whos played football in their life.