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(Elizabeth Banks)   More reasons to love Elizabeth Banks: 1) she's a huge hockey fan and 2) is helpfully pointing out that the Bruins have the hottest PA announcer in all of professional sports   (elizabethbanks.com) divider line 22
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2013-02-27 09:08:01 AM  
That was written by some woman not named Elizabeth Banks. That would be like if I started a website called "Myname" and then paid some wannabe hack a couple of dollars to post drivel on it for me.
 
2013-02-27 09:27:13 AM  

Mangoose: That was written by some woman not named Elizabeth Banks. That would be like if I started a website called "Myname" and then paid some wannabe hack a couple of dollars to post drivel on it for me.


Would you also care to detail your objections to Ms. Banks' knees?
 
2013-02-27 10:07:33 AM  

Mangoose: That was written by some woman not named Elizabeth Banks. That would be like if I started a website called "Myname" and then paid some wannabe hack a couple of dollars to post drivel on it for me.


True.  But I have to say it's pretty professional looking for a celeb web site.
 
2013-02-27 10:28:48 AM  
Elizabeth Banks is partly responsible for that dead infant known as Movie 43.
 
2013-02-27 10:38:22 AM  

Mangoose: That was written by some woman not named Elizabeth Banks. That would be like if I started a website called "Myname" and then paid some wannabe hack a couple of dollars to post drivel on it for me.


So, Huffington Post
 
2013-02-27 10:49:20 AM  
Maybe I've lost my mind, but haven't I been hearing this guy for what seems like my entire life?

Gee her voice is deep. Otherwise she's sure tooting her own horn for nothing.
 
2013-02-27 11:43:38 AM  
And I got a Stanley Cup ring! Truly one of the absolute highlights of my life.

Jesus, those things are huge! Might even be bigger than the NFL rings, and those are not petite .. '95, when the Super Bowl was in AZ, all the teams and staff stayed in downtown Phx, and we had a recruiter sitting at one of our restaurant tables wearing two of those things... I could own one, but never wear it. Hell, I went for titanium for my wedding band, nit because it started with 'tit', but because it weighs next to nothing.
 
2013-02-27 12:47:37 PM  
"Five members of each team skate up and down the ice trying to take the puck and score a goal against the opposing team."

Not always.  Here in Minny, they just skate around in their own D-Zone like chickens with their heads cut off.
 
2013-02-27 12:54:22 PM  

Mikey1969: And I got a Stanley Cup ring! Truly one of the absolute highlights of my life.

Jesus, those things are huge! Might even be bigger than the NFL rings, and those are not petite .. '95, when the Super Bowl was in AZ, all the teams and staff stayed in downtown Phx, and we had a recruiter sitting at one of our restaurant tables wearing two of those things... I could own one, but never wear it. Hell, I went for titanium for my wedding band, nit because it started with 'tit', but because it weighs next to nothing.


There's something kind of sad about the ex-players that actually wear the rings. It's as if they have their self-worth on display. Sure, wear them during the ceremony and at the party afterwards, but the next stop for that ring needs to be a trophy case on the mantle. It should stay there for the rest of it's life unless your team is honoured before some game ten years down the line.
 
2013-02-27 12:57:09 PM  

Mikey1969: And I got a Stanley Cup ring! Truly one of the absolute highlights of my life.

Jesus, those things are huge! Might even be bigger than the NFL rings, and those are not petite .. '95, when the Super Bowl was in AZ, all the teams and staff stayed in downtown Phx, and we had a recruiter sitting at one of our restaurant tables wearing two of those things... I could own one, but never wear it. Hell, I went for titanium for my wedding band, nit because it started with 'tit', but because it weighs next to nothing.


Championship rings have gotten bigger across all sports, even just since then. The Pens rolled out what was the biggest one ever in '09, a record that lasted until the Steelers went with a bigger one immediately afterward. Seems like there's been a return to the still massive 2000's normal since though.
\Kings were real disappointing- enamel rather than onyx for the black in the logo.
\\Cheapskates.
 
2013-02-27 01:02:14 PM  

Decillion: There's something kind of sad about the ex-players that actually wear the rings. It's as if they have their self-worth on display.


Says the person who has likely never won a championship at anything.

/I doubt any of them wear them every day

Mikey1969: all the teams and staff stayed in downtown Phx, and we had a recruiter sitting at one of our restaurant tables wearing two of those things... I could own one, but never wear it.


And he was probably wearing it because of this part. They're good conversation pieces and they're a nice way to say that you know what the f*ck you're talking about before you even open your mouth.

/have a championship ring
//AFL, though
///good conversation starter. Too bad I don't often like having conversations.
 
2013-02-27 01:04:14 PM  
If it was worth any $$ as a PA announcer I would sell it. I rather have a nice expensive toy then a ring I would never wear
 
2013-02-27 01:07:57 PM  

IAmRight: And he was probably wearing it because of this part. They're good conversation pieces and they're a nice way to say that you know what the f*ck you're talking about before you even open your mouth.


We thought the same thing at the time. Nobody went up and talked to him, except his server to ask why he had the rings. He worked for the Cowgirls though, so fark him... ;-)
 
2013-02-27 01:36:14 PM  

Gulper Eel: Mangoose: That was written by some woman not named Elizabeth Banks. That would be like if I started a website called "Myname" and then paid some wannabe hack a couple of dollars to post drivel on it for me.

Would you also care to detail your objections to Ms. Banks' knees?


1. They're not behind her head.

2. They're not behind *my* head.

3. They're not somewhere on the floor in front of me.

Other than that, her knees are perfect. I'd love to put my bike in her car trunk.
 
2013-02-27 02:59:08 PM  
Don't really need a reason... Though, "lust" is probably the more appropriate term.
 
2013-02-27 03:19:08 PM  

IAmRight: Decillion: There's something kind of sad about the ex-players that actually wear the rings. It's as if they have their self-worth on display.

Says the person who has likely never won a championship at anything.

/I doubt any of them wear them every day

Mikey1969: all the teams and staff stayed in downtown Phx, and we had a recruiter sitting at one of our restaurant tables wearing two of those things... I could own one, but never wear it.

And he was probably wearing it because of this part. They're good conversation pieces and they're a nice way to say that you know what the f*ck you're talking about before you even open your mouth.

/have a championship ring
//AFL, though
///good conversation starter. Too bad I don't often like having conversations.


I always listen to everything that longsnappers say. They don't need props. Of course the only thing they ever say is, "Hey buddy, why did you bring your Pulitzer Prize. It really crowds the table."
 
2013-02-27 04:07:44 PM  

Decillion: There's something kind of sad about the ex-players that actually wear the rings. It's as if they have their self-worth on display. Sure, wear them during the ceremony and at the party afterwards, but the next stop for that ring needs to be a trophy case on the mantle. It should stay there for the rest of it's life unless your team is honoured before some game ten years down the line.



They wear them because they earned them through hard work. Why can't they wear them?

That's like saying that I shouldn't take the hot rod I worked real hard over a period of 6 years to restore and customize to car shows, and it should sit in my garage and wiped down with a diaper.
 
2013-02-27 04:08:12 PM  
I do not need any more reasons to love Elizabeth Banks.  She is firmly imbedded in my spank bank.
Always liked her always will.
 
2013-02-27 04:39:35 PM  
I know this is the Sports tab...and I know that Fark is slowly dying...but c'mon guys!

fwallpapers.com
 
2013-02-27 09:22:26 PM  
Not another one of those "this is why the sport I work for is THE best sport".......it's not, get over it. And you biatching and whining about it being THE best sport, isn't going to change peoples mind.
 
2013-02-27 09:22:46 PM  
Pretend I posted the Attention Whore pic here.
 
2013-02-27 10:38:40 PM  

IntertubeUser: I know this is the Sports tab...and I know that Fark is slowly dying...but c'mon guys!


I didn't bother knowing who the broad was, but after seeing your post I know.

She could wipe my ass if I was a paraplegic mountain climber who liked cheese-wiz and garden pruning tools. Most of all, if she hid them next to the relief-valve of my colostomy bag, I'd be more chipper than a German at a train-depot hosting a bonfire.
 
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