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Discussion in 'On The Field' started by WorsterMan, Jan 7, 2019.
I'm good with ribeye and brisket
Dion, at the tailgate you need to venture out... try some new forms of meat-candy!
I'll bring a big bowl of dust
As for WVU, we need a couple of people to bring old mattresses suitable for burning, or chocolate cakes shaped like beds and suitable for rotting teeth.
Who is bringing the Komodo Dragon?
Wouldn't the sooner thing to do be to steal all of the other food and then lie about it?
Stealing food is more of a Florida State thing. Mobilehoma has always been more into TVs, stereos, cars, & guns.
For WVU, I think a couple jugs of moonshine should represent well enough
And land. Don't forget land.
And a couch / sofa to burn after the win!
In honor of the Mountaineers of WV, I’ll bring my sister and my wife.
So put me down as myself and one more.
Ooh, guess I'm not invited if I bring some vegan sides.
A corner will be reserved for you.
The corner of 6th & Lamar?
Oh haha! Yet another bad thing about being in the Chicago area. I don't get Austin Whole Food location jokes.
Vegan is a native American word for bad hunter
j/k Walker, hope you can make it!
What day are we planning this fun and frolic?
I ain't one to pass up on sum frolic'in.
It will be a Sat. in April - waiting on TH to announce date for Orange & White game.
Maybe he's waiting for you to announce so he can announce.
I very much want to move to Chicago. If we do, we'd love to start up a Tex-Mex taco joint, focusing mainly on breakfast tacos (not vegan, obviously lol). How do you think that would fare up there?
It would, of course, be decorated with nothing but Longhorn and Texas pictures, flag, memorabilia, and whatnot. And perhaps a Blackhawks flag.
I wish I knew. I'm in the burbs, but all I can say is I want to move back to Texas and you want to come here. I don't get it.
I just want to try something different. I was born and raised in Austin. I'm 34 and I've never lived anywhere else. I really love Chicago's big city vibe, but it's so much cleaner and friendlier than NYC.
Had a good friend mugged by a guy carrying a gun. Apparently a common experience in Chicago.
Ha, fair enough! I'm almost 50. Ready to go back. I can tell you we have had Uncle Julio's here for several years and we even have Chuy's. So, yes, I think your concept would work here.
Wow, my wife grew up here. Her and all her family and friends, I never heard of that happening.
Well, from my time spent in Chicago and my time spent watching WGN news, it seems like gun violence is a common occurrence, but only in certain neighborhoods. And Chicago and the surrounding suburbs have a whole lotta neighborhoods.
Homicide capital of the USA.