Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by 24, Jul 27, 2011.
CJ makes people scared of water????
Another tweet from Chris
ChrisJohnson28 Chris Johnson
In Orlando downtown at the chophouse with Joel talking business over dinner
Lets get it done baby! Pay the man!
freedom of speech? tbh I wasn't really bothered by the comment, then again I'm not a fake fan I guess
Arian Foster is still the dumbest RB in the AFC South.
I thought that tweet was hilarious.
"The medical term for the white stuff around my hamstring is 'Anti-Awesome'."
the haterade is months old yet you're still sippin on it...gross
Not a fake fan here either. Wasn't offended in the least
In fact, I want a t-shirt.
Not that I'm offended and while I do think it's a bit greedy but also think he deserves a better contract. I'm a titans fan 12 years running and be one long after CJ is retired. Fake fans as he calls it are band wagoners and um...last few years you would have to be an idiot to jump on a losing teams wagon unless you are a true fan.
Old term for rabies- "rabid". (When country folk like myself used to see a dog foaming at the mouth we'd call it a "hydrophoby" dog and make sure to get inside or get out our guns )
hy·dro·pho·bic [hahy-druh-foh-bik] Show IPA
1. of or pertaining to hydrophobia.
2. Chemistry . having little or no affinity for water.
hy·dro·pho·bi·a [hahy-druh-foh-bee-uh] Show IPA
2. an abnormal or unnatural dread of water.
ra·bies [rey-beez] Show IPA
noun Pathology .
an infectious disease of dogs, cats, and other animals, transmitted to humans by the bite of an infected animal and usually fatal if prophylactic treatment is not administered: caused by an RNA virus of the rhabdovirus group; hydrophobia.
1655–65; < Latin rabiēs rage, madness, derivative of rabere to be mad, rave
rab·ic [rab-ik, rey-bik] Show IPA, adjective
rab·id [rab-id] Show IPA
1.irrationally extreme in opinion or practice: a rabid isolationist; a rabid baseball fan.
2.furious or raging; violently intense: a rabid hunger.
3.affected with or pertaining to rabies; mad.
an·ti·ra·bies, adjective, noun
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