Showing posts with label Cry and Wap. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Cry and Wap. Show all posts

Saturday, June 26, 2010

The United States Led for 3 Minutes and 15 Seconds for the Entire World Cup

By: T.R. Slyder,, @AndyDisco on Twitter

That isn't going to get it done. Unless by "it" you mean "the cry and wap", because it will certainly result in doing the cry and wap after the game is over.

That's how I roll.

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Cubs 2010 Season Opener Recap In Pictures That are Not of the Game But Convey its Essence From The Cubs Perspective

By: T.R. Slyder,, AndyDisco on Twitter

How do I feel about their performance today, and how do I feel for the season as a whole? Like doing the Cry and Wap (female version pictured below) thinking about what could have and should have been the past two seasons. It also makes me feel like they are family that continually lets you all down, but you rally behind anyway because you are used to it.

You gotta lotta nerve asking me about the Cubs this year.

(clearly it's a touch-y subject. HELLOOO)

That's how I roll.

Sunday, February 7, 2010

You Might Cry and Wap.....Like Peyton Manning's Team

By: T.R. Slyder,, AndyDisco on Twitter

Since no one needs me to break down the X's and O's and re-re-re-re-re-explain why the Saints won, I'll put in some bullet points of stuff I thought during the game.

- Phil Simms, great to hear you again pronounce Manning as "Maneen" and him as "eem" as in, "Maneen had eem wide open and completed a big pass!"

- The commercials really sucked, just like last year. And how un-Budweiser-like was it for them to not have one good commercial that was superior, but instead they carpet-bombed the commercial market with tons and tons of average-at-best commercials until we just relented and were like, "ok fine, it wasn't that bad I guess I'll accept it". Oh wait, that's been their ethos for a century plus.

- Are Charles Barkley's buns so big that it affects his posture?

- What are the odds that Colts coach Jim Caldwell is actually highly expressive, but he just does so much botox that we can't see his epxressions? I texted 4 friends that question during the game and I got one friend's answer as "100000000:1" and immediately before that I got "3:2" from another friend. So it's somewhere betwixt there. Probably.

- Who thought it was a good idea to bring in the Who? I've never heard of anyone my age listening to them. And why the hell does every super bowl band have to be foreign? U2, Coldplay, The Who, The Rolling Stones, etc. And it goes for award show hosts- Ricky Gervais, Russell Brand, etc. Does anything watch American football and think, "Man, this makes me want to listen to the Who. Just the vibe of this game really reminds me of Pinball Wizard. Dude, put on your The Who album. What do you mean who don't own one????!!!"?

-It seems like there have been a lot of feel-good champions recently. The Patriots broke the Boston curse, then the Red Sox were the biggest deal possible, the White Sox broke their drought, the Phillies eased Philadelphia's pain, Peyton Manning finally got his Super Bowl, The Saints won it for New Orleans. Even Zenyatta's win in the Breeder's Cup Classic was historic because she was the first chick horse to ever win that race.

- Why does no one ever yell at Reggie Bush for voluntarily stepping out of bounds every time he touches the ball? Can some Photoshop Wiz doctor a pic of Walter Payton crying in heaven while watching Reggie Bush do that? Thanks.

- I don't even know what commercial will emerge as the consensus best. The only two that even made me emote were the Emerald Nuts + Pop Secret commercial where that weirdo dude trained humans, and the Hyundai commercial where the toys came to life and went to Vegas.

- That onside kick was so effing radical. Nice to know the guy who muffed it is married to Hugh Heffner's ex-girlfriend. I wonder if that made Bob Guccione and Larry Flynt smile.

- I was impressed at how clean the game was: minimal penalties, only one INT, only the one minor fumble that wasn't turned over, the only missed FG was 50+ yards, not that many drops, few punts, no back-breaking pass interference calls, pretty solid officiating, good third down conversion %ages from what I recall, high completion %age for each QB, neither special teams nor defensive units gave up anything resembling a big play, etc.

- Nice to see Shockey get a ring. I don't love the guy, but you had to feel bad for him when the Giants won without him.

- Great job by Garrett Hartley, the Saints kicker, who everyone seemed to assume was a liability at best.

- This game really seemed to illustrate the importance of field position. Through 3 quarters each team was playing relatively flawless football from each side of the ball, with the only minor difference being the Saints average drive starting at the 30 and the Colts starting at their 15.

- After Indy went up 10-0 I thought it could get ugly

-Speaking of which, Tony Dungy's prediction was, well, dung-y.


That's how I roll.

Friday, October 2, 2009

Chicago Loses Olympic Bid

By: T.R. Slyder,, AndyDisco on Twitter

They got voted out in the first round along with Tokyo. Maybe we should change our name to the "The Fourth City"

update: Jesse Jackson tells local ABC news that he was "Trummatazzed" by the news. (true story).

update update: Joqcues Rogge, President of the IOC to Chicago: "Your attempt to get the games, was ah, how you say, fess ess." (could be true story)

update update update: Much like Puff Daddy- Don't knock the IOC for trying to bury/ 7 zeroes over in Rio/ De Janeiry

4X Update: Mayor Daley doing the Cry and Wap



That's how I roll.

Sunday, July 26, 2009

Cry and Wap

By: T.R. Slyder,

On Tonight's episode and Finale of, "Daisy of Love" there is a GREAT cry and wap scene.

12-Pack was eliminated while they were all standing near the runway of an airport. He wasn't free to leave immediately after, however. They made him watch her and the guy who was chosen over him get all huggy and kissy. Then she tells the winner that she is going to spend all day with him, away from the other remaining contestant. 12-pack had to watch all of this, then the two of them getting in a helicopter and leaving his dumped ass. Then he was allowed in the limo to take him the hell out of there.

Nice to see television direction that does justice to The Cry And Wap.

I'm T.R. Slyder, and that's how you Tangueray.

Thursday, June 25, 2009

Which Michael Jackson Song Will you Cry and Wap to?

By: T.R. Slyder,

For a briefing on the Cry and Wap, click here. Otherwise, the picture above ought to provide some incite.

We're all sad Michael Jackson died. The question is, which song will you cry and wap to while missing him? I have a poll in the margin for you to provide your answer.

If you selected the "I'll Cry and Wap to Another Michael Jackson Song" option please feel free to name your song in the Comments section below

Monday, January 5, 2009

Watch for Flash Flooding From the Olentangy River

By: T.R. Slyder,

An estimated 53,715 students are expected to be doing the Cry and Wap into Columbus, Ohio's Olentangy River after the humiliating defeat Monday night's Fiesta Bowl. The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Warning effective once the Cry and Wap residue finds its way into the Olentangy, causing levels to rise drastically.

January is, once again, Cry and Wap time in Columbus, Ohio, thinking about what could have been for the Buckeyes football team.

Saturday, September 27, 2008

You Houston Nutt on my Ol' Miss?

By: T.R. Slyder,

Since I made some puerile jokes yesterday regarding college football players, I'll do the same today, but for coaches. It's always good to see Houston Nutt's name in the news, as his Ole Miss Running Rebels upset Florida today, 31-30.

Florida Houston Nutt thinking about their national championship prospects. But now they Nutt while doing the cry and wap, a la Naomi Watts in Mulholland Drive.

(the latter link isn't super safe for work. I'd say it's R rated)