Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Battle of the Sexes

previous post: Read ’em and Weep…



  1. Mildly amusing. Oh yeah, and First.

  2. Rawr.

    Nichole is prettier than Nicole.

  3. The first one is from a website called DearBlankPleaseBlank. Obviously not something she made up;)

  4. Krista – when making a post asserting a lack of brains in half of the population, make sure all the words are spelled correctly.

  5. Ummmm. Pretty sure helmets were used thousands of years ago, like 3000 years ago. But very amusing post.

  6. From Wiki: “The first player to regularly wear a helmet for protective purposes was George Owen, who played for the Boston Bruins in 1928–29.” This relates to hockey helmets, not to other helmets, which have been around probably since maybe the bronze age?

  7. I knew there was a comeback to that lame ass hockey one…it was on Lamebook before.

    The Greeks held their first public elections in 594 BC. New Zealand first allowed women’s suffrage in 1893. It took women 2,487 years to realize that their vote was also important.

    Sincerely, Make Me a Sandwich

  8. My brain is protected by my skull.

    When was the condom invented?

  9. that’s right you need make us sandwiches, because we do all the damn inventing

  10. I’m pretty sure we were using helmets in the world wars as well. Stupid fucking women – know nothing.

  11. Good burn, Nicole.

  12. Clearly love comes before friends. But girls do come before guys and partying before studying. I endorse this philosophy as a professor.

  13. Dear Krista, a brain has bone around it that naturally protect it.

    One of the first instances of football headgear dates to 1896 when Lafayette College halfback George “Rose” Barclay began to use straps and earpieces to protect his ears.

    Now, where’s that sandwich?

  14. Ally: Boys before girls, education before partying, and felacio before friendship.

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