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(LA Times)   Philadelphia Eagles to honor Lt. Rachel Washburn, who has served two tours of duty in Afghanistan with the Army and is a Eagles cheerleader   (latimes.com) divider line 41
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2013-12-23 12:58:32 PM
Good Jaysus! She looks hot in fatigues and armed!
 
2013-12-23 01:00:46 PM
Never had one of those in my tent?
 
2013-12-23 01:01:14 PM
G.I.JANE 2
 
2013-12-23 01:05:01 PM
Trying to pull off an ROTC joke, but I just can't get it to work, so instead I'll just say the Eagles should offer to trade her to the Bears, let her play linebacker
 
2013-12-23 01:08:04 PM
Here it is, subby:

n
 
2013-12-23 01:08:34 PM
Finally!  We have something in the arsenal that can compete with the IDF.
 
2013-12-23 01:11:00 PM
TTIUWP
 
2013-12-23 01:11:07 PM
I don't know, the Cardinals are 10-5, I wouldn't say that losing to them sucks.  Could have been the Redskins or the Texans.
 
2013-12-23 01:20:10 PM
How in the hell did that happen, I wasn't even in this thread until just now.
 
2013-12-23 01:20:53 PM
Wouldn't mind being in the fox hole in the foxhole.
 
2013-12-23 01:26:12 PM
www.panewz.com

media2.abc15.com

Yummy!

10 posts in and no pics?  Sad.
 
2013-12-23 01:45:15 PM
Even our cheerleaders can kick your sorry, desperate, basement dwelling, cheeto eating arse.
 
2013-12-23 01:54:09 PM
0.tqn.com

Good to see that she turned her life around after those mean old Kappas kicked her out of the sorority.
 
2013-12-23 01:55:44 PM
I'd throw ice balls at her Santa, if you know what I mean.
 
2013-12-23 01:57:56 PM

Not Batman: I'd throw ice balls at her Santa, if you know what I mean.


cdn.head-fi.org
 
2013-12-23 02:17:14 PM
Army Intelligence no less.
 
2013-12-23 02:17:46 PM

This Looks Fun: Here it is, subby:

n


Exactly!

FFS, the lack of a grasp of basic English astounds me. No wonder people think Americans are dolts (assuming he/she hails from the US and with our public education system, I do).

/you'renothelping.jpg, Submit-'Tard!
//pet peeve
///yes, Slashies come in threes
 
2013-12-23 02:20:04 PM
I'd let her handle my gun.
 
2013-12-23 03:20:07 PM

ukexpat: Army Intelligence no less.


So that means she can walk and chew gum at the same time?
 
2013-12-23 04:11:31 PM

Not Batman: I'd throw ice balls at her Santa, if you know what I mean.


That joke never gets old.

1967 feels like yesterday, doesn't it?
 
2013-12-23 04:29:43 PM
I'd let her explain the ins and outs of cultural awareness to me.
 
2013-12-23 04:29:49 PM

BunkyBrewman: Not Batman: I'd throw ice balls at her Santa, if you know what I mean.

That joke never gets old.

1967 feels like yesterday, doesn't it?


It is kind of weird, isn't it?

I mean, a big city like Philadelphia, first capital of our country, is pretty much famous for crappy sports fans and Steak'ums smothered in Cheez Whiz.

Probably more sad than funny, though.
 
2013-12-23 04:50:50 PM
"We're all beautiful women who are there to be entertaining at games, but also, we are incredibly involved in the community, which is something that I am incredibly proud of," she told the Eagles.
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Full of yourself much, biatch?
 
2013-12-23 04:52:13 PM

BunkyBrewman: Not Batman: I'd throw ice balls at her Santa, if you know what I mean.

That joke never gets old.

1967 feels like yesterday, doesn't it?


What I love about that meme is that 95% of the people who spout it weren't even born then.  I was one whole year old, and I'm one of the geezers here at Fark.
 
2013-12-23 04:57:45 PM
I'd forward deploy with her any time.
 
2013-12-23 04:59:37 PM

Agent Nick Fury: BunkyBrewman: Not Batman: I'd throw ice balls at her Santa, if you know what I mean.

That joke never gets old.

1967 feels like yesterday, doesn't it?

It is kind of weird, isn't it?

I mean, a big city like Philadelphia, first capital of our country, is pretty much famous for crappy sports fans and Steak'ums smothered in Cheez Whiz.

Probably more sad than funny, though.


i'd smother her with my cheez whiz...
 
2013-12-23 05:06:31 PM
I'll be in her bunk
 
2013-12-23 06:16:27 PM

Agent Nick Fury: BunkyBrewman: Not Batman: I'd throw ice balls at her Santa, if you know what I mean.

That joke never gets old.

1967 feels like yesterday, doesn't it?

It is kind of weird, isn't it?

I mean, a big city like Philadelphia, first capital of our country, is pretty much famous for crappy sports fans and Steak'ums smothered in Cheez Whiz.

Probably more sad than funny, though.


They're called cheesesteaks and no self respecting person would dare put chees whiz on one.
Provalone!

/end threadjack
//rant over
///that is all
 
2013-12-23 06:21:36 PM

the_celt: Agent Nick Fury: BunkyBrewman: Not Batman: I'd throw ice balls at her Santa, if you know what I mean.

That joke never gets old.

1967 feels like yesterday, doesn't it?

It is kind of weird, isn't it?

I mean, a big city like Philadelphia, first capital of our country, is pretty much famous for crappy sports fans and Steak'ums smothered in Cheez Whiz.

Probably more sad than funny, though.

They're called cheesesteaks and no self respecting person would dare put chees whiz on one.
Provalone!

/end threadjack
//rant over
///that is all


In a 1985 interview, Pat Olivieri's nephew Frank Olivieri said that he uses "the processed cheese spread familiar to millions of parents who prize speed and ease in fixing the children's lunch for the same reason, because it is fast."[22] Cheez Whiz is "overwhelmingly the favorite" at Pat's, outselling runner-up American by a ratio of eight or ten to one, while Geno's claims to go through eight to ten cases of Cheez Whiz a day.[19]

If you say so.
 
2013-12-23 06:33:57 PM

Agent Nick Fury: the_celt: Agent Nick Fury: BunkyBrewman: Not Batman: I'd throw ice balls at her Santa, if you know what I mean.

That joke never gets old.

1967 feels like yesterday, doesn't it?

It is kind of weird, isn't it?

I mean, a big city like Philadelphia, first capital of our country, is pretty much famous for crappy sports fans and Steak'ums smothered in Cheez Whiz.

Probably more sad than funny, though.

They're called cheesesteaks and no self respecting person would dare put chees whiz on one.
Provalone!

/end threadjack
//rant over
///that is all

In a 1985 interview, Pat Olivieri's nephew Frank Olivieri said that he uses "the processed cheese spread familiar to millions of parents who prize speed and ease in fixing the children's lunch for the same reason, because it is fast."[22] Cheez Whiz is "overwhelmingly the favorite" at Pat's, outselling runner-up American by a ratio of eight or ten to one, while Geno's claims to go through eight to ten cases of Cheez Whiz a day.[19]

If you say so.


No one from Philly goes to Pat's or Geno's. You can keep that tourist-trap crap to yourself.
 
2013-12-23 06:34:25 PM

Agent Nick Fury: the_celt: Agent Nick Fury: BunkyBrewman: Not Batman: I'd throw ice balls at her Santa, if you know what I mean.

That joke never gets old.

1967 feels like yesterday, doesn't it?

It is kind of weird, isn't it?

I mean, a big city like Philadelphia, first capital of our country, is pretty much famous for crappy sports fans and Steak'ums smothered in Cheez Whiz.

Probably more sad than funny, though.

They're called cheesesteaks and no self respecting person would dare put chees whiz on one.
Provalone!

/end threadjack
//rant over
///that is all

In a 1985 interview, Pat Olivieri's nephew Frank Olivieri said that he uses "the processed cheese spread familiar to millions of parents who prize speed and ease in fixing the children's lunch for the same reason, because it is fast."[22] Cheez Whiz is "overwhelmingly the favorite" at Pat's, outselling runner-up American by a ratio of eight or ten to one, while Geno's claims to go through eight to ten cases of Cheez Whiz a day.[19]

If you say so.


I do. I also said self respecting. So there's that.

To each his own.
 
2013-12-23 06:40:38 PM

Banacek: Agent Nick Fury: the_celt: Agent Nick Fury: BunkyBrewman: Not Batman: I'd throw ice balls at her Santa, if you know what I mean.

That joke never gets old.

1967 feels like yesterday, doesn't it?

It is kind of weird, isn't it?

I mean, a big city like Philadelphia, first capital of our country, is pretty much famous for crappy sports fans and Steak'ums smothered in Cheez Whiz.

Probably more sad than funny, though.

They're called cheesesteaks and no self respecting person would dare put chees whiz on one.
Provalone!

/end threadjack
//rant over
///that is all

In a 1985 interview, Pat Olivieri's nephew Frank Olivieri said that he uses "the processed cheese spread familiar to millions of parents who prize speed and ease in fixing the children's lunch for the same reason, because it is fast."[22] Cheez Whiz is "overwhelmingly the favorite" at Pat's, outselling runner-up American by a ratio of eight or ten to one, while Geno's claims to go through eight to ten cases of Cheez Whiz a day.[19]

If you say so.

No one from Philly goes to Pat's or Geno's. You can keep that tourist-trap crap to yourself.


Let's start from the beginning - it's what that shiathole of a city is famous for - tourist trap Cheez Whiz sandwiches and drunk sports fans.
 
2013-12-23 06:52:00 PM

Agent Nick Fury: the_celt: Agent Nick Fury: BunkyBrewman: In a 1985 interview, Pat Olivieri's nephew Frank Olivieri said that he uses "the processed cheese spread familiar to millions of parents who prize speed and ease in fixing the children's lunch for the same reason, because it is fast."[22] Cheez Whiz is "overwhelmingly the favorite" at Pat's, outselling runner-up American by a ratio of eight or ten to one, while Geno's claims to go through eight to ten cases of Cheez Whiz a day.[19]

If you say so.


As alluded to above, anyone who goes to Pat's or Geno's deserves the abomination that is cheeze wiz on unseasoned steakums.
 
2013-12-23 08:31:47 PM

Psychohazard: Agent Nick Fury: the_celt: Agent Nick Fury: BunkyBrewman: In a 1985 interview, Pat Olivieri's nephew Frank Olivieri said that he uses "the processed cheese spread familiar to millions of parents who prize speed and ease in fixing the children's lunch for the same reason, because it is fast."[22] Cheez Whiz is "overwhelmingly the favorite" at Pat's, outselling runner-up American by a ratio of eight or ten to one, while Geno's claims to go through eight to ten cases of Cheez Whiz a day.[19]

If you say so.

As alluded to above, anyone who goes to Pat's or Geno's deserves the abomination that is cheeze wiz on unseasoned steakums.


So when one visits the city, what are the proper and approved locations that I may visit?

/Never been to Philly
 
2013-12-23 08:37:00 PM

mjohnson71: Psychohazard: Agent Nick Fury: the_celt: Agent Nick Fury: BunkyBrewman: In a 1985 interview, Pat Olivieri's nephew Frank Olivieri said that he uses "the processed cheese spread familiar to millions of parents who prize speed and ease in fixing the children's lunch for the same reason, because it is fast."[22] Cheez Whiz is "overwhelmingly the favorite" at Pat's, outselling runner-up American by a ratio of eight or ten to one, while Geno's claims to go through eight to ten cases of Cheez Whiz a day.[19]

If you say so.

As alluded to above, anyone who goes to Pat's or Geno's deserves the abomination that is cheeze wiz on unseasoned steakums.

So when one visits the city, what are the proper and approved locations that I may visit?

/Never been to Philly


Doesn't matter - wherever you go there will be the hipster who tells you that you've wasted your time and that the really cool place to go is.....someplace nobody goes because that's hardcore Philly.

I've been there for quite a few games and they have a Sylvester Stallone statue, a "Chinatown" where no actual Chinese people live, and Steak-um CheezWhiz sandwich places that you shouldn't go to if your self-respecting.
 
2013-12-23 09:31:22 PM

Not Batman: I'd throw ice balls at her Santa, if you know what I mean.


Came here to see the same old sh*t, leaving satisfied.

//fun fact: Santa was f*cking drunk and deserved it, but you'll never hear Collingsworth mention that (and last night, surprise surprise, he didn't).
 
2013-12-23 09:57:30 PM

Banacek: Agent Nick Fury: the_celt: Agent Nick Fury: BunkyBrewman: Not Batman: I'd throw ice balls at her Santa, if you know what I mean.

That joke never gets old.

1967 feels like yesterday, doesn't it?

It is kind of weird, isn't it?

I mean, a big city like Philadelphia, first capital of our country, is pretty much famous for crappy sports fans and Steak'ums smothered in Cheez Whiz.

Probably more sad than funny, though.

They're called cheesesteaks and no self respecting person would dare put chees whiz on one.
Provalone!

/end threadjack
//rant over
///that is all

In a 1985 interview, Pat Olivieri's nephew Frank Olivieri said that he uses "the processed cheese spread familiar to millions of parents who prize speed and ease in fixing the children's lunch for the same reason, because it is fast."[22] Cheez Whiz is "overwhelmingly the favorite" at Pat's, outselling runner-up American by a ratio of eight or ten to one, while Geno's claims to go through eight to ten cases of Cheez Whiz a day.[19]

If you say so.

No one from Philly goes to Pat's or Geno's. You can keep that tourist-trap crap to yourself.


THIS
 
2013-12-23 11:37:25 PM

ukexpat: Banacek: Agent Nick Fury: the_celt: Agent Nick Fury: BunkyBrewman: Not Batman: I'd throw ice balls at her Santa, if you know what I mean.

That joke never gets old.

1967 feels like yesterday, doesn't it?

It is kind of weird, isn't it?

I mean, a big city like Philadelphia, first capital of our country, is pretty much famous for crappy sports fans and Steak'ums smothered in Cheez Whiz.

Probably more sad than funny, though.

They're called cheesesteaks and no self respecting person would dare put chees whiz on one.
Provalone!

/end threadjack
//rant over
///that is all

In a 1985 interview, Pat Olivieri's nephew Frank Olivieri said that he uses "the processed cheese spread familiar to millions of parents who prize speed and ease in fixing the children's lunch for the same reason, because it is fast."[22] Cheez Whiz is "overwhelmingly the favorite" at Pat's, outselling runner-up American by a ratio of eight or ten to one, while Geno's claims to go through eight to ten cases of Cheez Whiz a day.[19]

If you say so.

No one from Philly goes to Pat's or Geno's. You can keep that tourist-trap crap to yourself.

THIS


So where are the good non tourist trap places?
 
2013-12-24 05:03:06 AM

coeyagi: Not Batman: I'd throw ice balls at her Santa, if you know what I mean.

Came here to see the same old sh*t, leaving satisfied.

//fun fact: Santa was f*cking drunk and deserved it, but you'll never hear Collingsworth mention that (and last night, surprise surprise, he didn't).


If I had a genie granting me three wishes, 2 of them would be to punch Chris Collinsworth in the face thru the TV.
 
2013-12-24 06:52:49 AM
Great. Thread starts with a few jokes and some pics of a cute cheerleader-turned-soldier, and ends mired in a shouting match about Cheez Whiz and Philadelphia.

Everyone who derailed this thread deserves a lump of coal for Christmas.
 
2013-12-24 02:23:42 PM

docmattic: Great. Thread starts with a few jokes and some pics of a cute cheerleader-turned-soldier, and ends mired in a shouting match about Cheez Whiz and Philadelphia.

Everyone who derailed this thread deserves a lump of coal for Christmas.


I agree; however, do we cover the coal with Cheez-Whiz or provolone?
 
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