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juggaleaux 01-11-2008 10:47 PM

Recipe: How to make Ohio State cookies
 
1. Put them in a bowl
2. Let them rise for 10 minutes
3. Beat them for 3 hours


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puzzl 01-12-2008 05:54 PM

Re: Recipe: How to make Ohio State cookies
 
> 1. Put them in a bowl
> 2. Let them rise for 10 minutes
> 3. Beat them for 3 hours
>
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Reaper man 01-12-2008 11:00 PM

Re: Recipe: How to make Ohio State cookies
 
> 1. Put them in a bowl
> 2. Let them rise for 10 minutes
> 3. Beat them for 3 hours

I... don't get it ;/
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(wraith_) 01-13-2008 04:52 PM

Re: Recipe: How to make Ohio State cookies
 
> 1. Put them in a bowl
> 2. Let them rise for 10 minutes
> 3. Beat them for 3 hours

That is a lot like the recipe for Jacksonville cookies!!
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SwampGas 01-13-2008 07:11 PM

Re: Recipe: How to make Ohio State cookies
 
> That is a lot like the recipe for Jacksonville cookies!!

PATRIOTS. FTW.

The greenbay game was pure comedy. Seattle with blame the snow in 3.....2......1......
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(wraith_) 01-14-2008 12:55 AM

Re: Recipe: How to make Ohio State cookies
 
> PATRIOTS. FTW.
>
> The greenbay game was pure comedy. Seattle with blame the
> snow in 3.....2......1......

Too bad we couldn't have faced the Steelers... Would have been a much closer second half. :)
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SwampGas 01-14-2008 02:37 AM

Re: Recipe: How to make Ohio State cookies
 
> Too bad we couldn't have faced the Steelers... Would have
> been a much closer second half. :)

Dude...they got ROBBED. I was flipping out. We had a dance that night, but we have big screen TVs in the back room and in the dj booth....it was over at 11pm but a crowd stuck around with me to watch the end of the game. Once jacksonville got posession, I got pissed, shut the TVs off, and told everyone to go home.
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juggaleaux 01-14-2008 02:44 AM

Re: Recipe: How to make Ohio State cookies
 
> I... don't get it ;/
>

1. Put them in a bowl.
the bowl refers to the BCS championship, for example, Sugar Bowl, Rose Bowl, etc.

2. Let them rise for 10 minutes.
Ohio State was ahead for the first 10 minutes.

3. Beat them for 3 hours.
LSU beat the shit out of them for the next 3 hours of the game, and won. (suck it, USC)
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Reaper man 01-14-2008 09:40 AM

Re: Recipe: How to make Ohio State cookies
 
> 1. Put them in a bowl.
> the bowl refers to the BCS championship, for example, Sugar
> Bowl, Rose Bowl, etc.

> 2. Let them rise for 10 minutes.
> Ohio State was ahead for the first 10 minutes.

> 3. Beat them for 3 hours.
> LSU beat the shit out of them for the next 3 hours of the
> game, and won. (suck it, USC)

thanks, I get it now, haha

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SounDemon 01-14-2008 04:12 PM

Re: Recipe: How to make Ohio State cookies
 
> 1. Put them in a bowl
> 2. Let them rise for 10 minutes
> 3. Beat them for 3 hours
>

1. Take about 5 dozen eggs
2. Start putting them in a bowl
3. Mix the FUCK out of them
and what do you get?

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