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If you look around hard enough, you can see me on the YouTube video service reviewing the crispy chicken sandwich. It was awful.

The suit looked good on you, though.
Had to class it up. If I ever do another review, I might go for a tux. Or at least The Suit with a bow tie.

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If you look around hard enough, you can see me on the YouTube video service reviewing the crispy chicken sandwich. It was awful.

The suit looked good on you, though.
Had to class it up. If I ever do another review, I might go for a tux. Or at least The Suit with a bow tie.

Big question is did the sandwich lead to a hospital visit afterwards?

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So essentially a Oduya and Sharp for Garbutt and Daley trade.

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If you look around hard enough, you can see me on the YouTube video service reviewing the crispy chicken sandwich. It was awful.

The suit looked good on you, though.
Had to class it up. If I ever do another review, I might go for a tux. Or at least The Suit with a bow tie.

Big question is did the sandwich lead to a hospital visit afterwards?
Hospital, no. Bathroom, yes.

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If you look around hard enough, you can see me on the YouTube video service reviewing the crispy chicken sandwich. It was awful.

The suit looked good on you, though.
Had to class it up. If I ever do another review, I might go for a tux. Or at least The Suit with a bow tie.

It'd better be a spinning bow tie.

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The spin means my serum cholesterol is through the roof.

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Material better suited for the "more proof the world is going to expletive" thread

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small child lacks perspective/emotional intelligence, overreacts = WORLD IS GOING TO CRAP

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Little kids – and especially little girls – are emotionally unstable. Sometimes all it takes is "the wrong (episode of the show) Caillou" to be on to turn my ordinarily sweet little girl into a screaming psychopath.

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TJ Oshie, a Good Blue Too.

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small child lacks perspective/emotional intelligence, overreacts = WORLD IS GOING TO CRAP

Little kids – and especially little girls – are emotionally unstable. Sometimes all it takes is "the wrong (episode of the show) Caillou" to be on to turn my ordinarily sweet little girl into a screaming psychopath.

1. Didn't we all get really invested in sports as kids?

2. I'd guarantee that at least 75% of the boards (myself included), as adults, have let ourselves get so worked up over the results of a game that has zero bearing on our lives that we have been practically chewing on the couch cushions.

3. If anyone thinks that's a temper tantrum for a 5YO, they obviously don't spend much time around kids.

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Did we get that invested in sports when we were 5? Thought we were too busy playing outside and you know, doing things.

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Did we get that invested in sports when we were 5? Thought we were too busy playing outside and you know, doing things.

I sure did. One doesn't preclude the other. I was outside playing, probably pretending to score the Stanley Cup-winning goal for the Calgary Flames. Or doing things while wearing a Flames T-shirt and/or cap.

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Did we get that invested in sports when we were 5? Thought we were too busy playing outside and you know, doing things.

I did. I knew the entire Cincinnati Reds lineup before I could read. I also played outside.

They're not mutually exclusive.

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I remember absolutely crying my eyes out because the blue team (Blue Jays) beat the red team (Phillies) in the World Series when I was 4 or 5. I didn't know anything about either team, but I knew I didn't like the color red so I wanted the blue team. But then they showed how sad the red team was and it made me sad too. Looking back on it, the guy they showed was Curt Schilling, who I now think is a total scumbag. I guess I did have compassion at one point in my life :P

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Did we get that invested in sports when we were 5? Thought we were too busy playing outside and you know, doing things.

I played outside as much as any kid did in the late 80s to mid 90s, but I also cried when the 49ers beat the Bengals in the Super Bowl in 1989. Not because I liked the Bengals but because I loathed the 49ers. I was very invested in sports when I was a kid.

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