Failure

– Cundiff failed to tie the football game with time winding down.  Hell, Lee Evans almost had a touchdown. 

– Kyle Williams must feel like an idiot fumbling that ball and giving the opposition the win. 

– I failed in the $80 challenge this week.   A $40 dinner on tuesday with my brother and a friend got me off to a horrible start.  I still tried hard but then on saturday night we went out for a friend’s birthday and spent another $40.  If I had gotten Bobette to pay for saturday night I might have achieved the challenge but I decided to be a gentleman. 

– Oh crap, I just noticed, I failed to fit the word “sandwich” into the content of my post. 

 

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8 Responses to “Failure”

  1. DarcsFalcon Says:

    Bummer!

    Well, I do think being a gentleman is more important.

    Perhaps next time Bobette can spring for dinner, though. 🙂

  2. wigsf Says:

    “Laces out Dan!”

  3. DarcKnyt Says:

    The laces WERE out. He just missed.

    Still, those losses are the hardest to take; when the game is lost over a mistake rather than being beaten by the opponent.

    Nice job sneaking the word “sandwich” in there at the last minute too!

    • wigsf Says:

      Laces out is a joke. I shout it any time I see a kicker shank a gimme. It’s a reference to Ace Ventura. A Dolphins kicker missed a field goal and blamed Dan Marino for not holding the ball with the laces out. You know what, rent the movie. It’s funny.

  4. yellowcat Says:

    I’m failing in the $80 challenge because Frankenvan needs fixed and I noticed today that my hot water tank is leaking. I think I need to lie down.

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