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Frostbite teams [message #14753] Fri, 06 March 2009 09:11 Go to next message
frankfurter85
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Registered: September 2008
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Who wants to hook me up with a list of teams (club and college) that
will be there next weekend?
Re: Frostbite teams [message #14755 is a reply to message #14753] Fri, 06 March 2009 09:29 Go to previous messageGo to next message
pautesch
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On Mar 6, 11:11 am, frankfurte...@gmail.com wrote:
> Who wants to hook me up with a list of teams (club and college) that
> will be there next weekend?

I hear the central region powerhouse "narwhale" (spelling?) might be
there.
Re: Frostbite teams [message #14765 is a reply to message #14755] Fri, 06 March 2009 10:19 Go to previous messageGo to next message
frankfurter85
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On Mar 6, 11:29 am, Paul Utesch <paute...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mar 6, 11:11 am, frankfurte...@gmail.com wrote:
>
> > Who wants to hook me up with a list of teams (club and college) that
> > will be there next weekend?
>
> I hear the central region powerhouse "narwhale" (spelling?)  might be
> there.

NO F!@&ING WAY!

I heard those guys really care about the environment AND frisbee! Can
you believe that!?

I'll tell you what though, if they're really at Frostbite, like you
say they will be, I might just go right up to them and shake their
hands and say "Narr-wal (sp?) you are all model citizens and first
rate frisbee players".

Also, another thing that I heard is that Narwhals, when trapped under
ice, can actually summit the power of Val Kilmer in "The Saint" and
just act their way right out of danger. Pretty rad, eh?
Re: Frostbite teams [message #14766 is a reply to message #14765] Fri, 06 March 2009 10:33 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Zoner
Messages: 50
Registered: September 2008
Member
I'm going to try and have teams and pools posted by Monday.
If teams would get their act together and not drop a week before the
tournament, I'd have these things done by now.

I hear though that the Springfield Old Guys got a weekend pass out of
the Retirement Center so they can claim Frostbite's first ever club
division, along with the trophy and cash prize.
Re: Frostbite teams [message #14777 is a reply to message #14755] Fri, 06 March 2009 11:48 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Matt Johnson
Messages: 174
Registered: September 2008
Senior Member
On Mar 6, 11:29 am, Paul Utesch <paute...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mar 6, 11:11 am, frankfurte...@gmail.com wrote:
>
> > Who wants to hook me up with a list of teams (club and college) that
> > will be there next weekend?
>
> I hear the central region powerhouse "narwhale" (spelling?)  might be
> there.

As a heterosexual Gnarwhalogist, I feel like I can shed some light on
the spelling of 'gnarwhal'.

Gnarwhal is derived from the English word 'gnarly' and the French word
'whallop'.

Gnarly
–adnoun
1. A 1980s slang word meaning "gnarled as a tree with many gnarls".
2. An elderly woman playing twister while wearing oversized
sunglasses.
3. To desperately seek true love, while only possessing the
ability to feel sorrow
Origin:
1439–1442; < Na gnarēmismós the use of words of sorrow, equiv. to gn-
ar- + l(ē) speaking, -ismos -ism

Whallop
–verb (used with object)
1. to beat one's self soundly; thrash.
2. Informal. to strike one's self with a vigorous blow; belt; sock:
3. Informal. to experience defeat thoroughly, as in a game.
4. Chiefly Scot. to flutter, wobble, or flop about.
Origin:
1732-1903; < France Whallˆoop to be beaten emotionally and physically

When you put it all together, you see that a gnarwhal desperately
seeks true love, only feels sorrow, and are victims of self abuse.

So you see, you spell gnarwhal like this:

g - n - a - r - w - h - a - l


Your welcome,
matt

Author's note: Kan-Jam is the only sport ever to make a gnarwhal
smile, although many reports suggest it was upside down at the time.
Re: Frostbite teams [message #14786 is a reply to message #14777] Fri, 06 March 2009 13:15 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Tim
Messages: 21
Registered: September 2008
Junior Member
On Mar 6, 1:48 pm, Matt Johnson <BSSH...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mar 6, 11:29 am, Paul Utesch <paute...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > On Mar 6, 11:11 am, frankfurte...@gmail.com wrote:
>
> > > Who wants to hook me up with a list of teams (club and college) that
> > > will be there next weekend?
>
> > I hear the central region powerhouse "narwhale" (spelling?)  might be
> > there.
>
> As a heterosexual Gnarwhalogist, I feel like I can shed some light on
> the spelling of 'gnarwhal'.
>
> Gnarwhal is derived from the English word 'gnarly' and the French word
> 'whallop'.
>
> Gnarly
> –adnoun
> 1.      A 1980s slang word meaning "gnarled as a tree with many gnarls".
> 2.      An elderly woman playing twister while wearing oversized
> sunglasses.
> 3.     To desperately seek true love, while only possessing the
> ability to feel sorrow
> Origin:
> 1439–1442; < Na gnarēmismós the use of words of sorrow, equiv. to gn-
> ar- + l(ē) speaking, -ismos -ism
>
> Whallop
> –verb (used with object)
> 1.      to beat one's self soundly; thrash.
> 2.      Informal. to strike one's self with a vigorous blow; belt; sock:
> 3.      Informal. to experience defeat thoroughly, as in a game.
> 4.      Chiefly Scot. to flutter, wobble, or flop about.
> Origin:
> 1732-1903; < France Whallˆoop to be beaten emotionally and physically
>
> When you put it all together, you see that a gnarwhal desperately
> seeks true love, only feels sorrow, and are victims of self abuse.
>
> So you see, you spell gnarwhal like this:
>
> g - n - a - r - w - h - a - l
>
> Your welcome,
> matt
>
> Author's note: Kan-Jam is the only sport ever to make a gnarwhal
> smile, although many reports suggest it was upside down at the time.

I was stalked by a gnarwhal once...

-Tim
Haymaker #1
Re: Frostbite teams [message #14794 is a reply to message #14786] Fri, 06 March 2009 14:29 Go to previous message
pautesch
Messages: 122
Registered: September 2008
Senior Member
On Mar 6, 3:15 pm, Tim <timwalla...@comcast.net> wrote:
> On Mar 6, 1:48 pm, Matt Johnson <BSSH...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> > On Mar 6, 11:29 am, Paul Utesch <paute...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > On Mar 6, 11:11 am, frankfurte...@gmail.com wrote:
>
> > > > Who wants to hook me up with a list of teams (club and college) that
> > > > will be there next weekend?
>
> > > I hear the central region powerhouse "narwhale" (spelling?)  might be
> > > there.
>
> > As a heterosexual Gnarwhalogist, I feel like I can shed some light on
> > the spelling of 'gnarwhal'.
>
> > Gnarwhal is derived from the English word 'gnarly' and the French word
> > 'whallop'.
>
> > Gnarly
> > –adnoun
> > 1.      A 1980s slang word meaning "gnarled as a tree with many gnarls".
> > 2.      An elderly woman playing twister while wearing oversized
> > sunglasses.
> > 3.     To desperately seek true love, while only possessing the
> > ability to feel sorrow
> > Origin:
> > 1439–1442; < Na gnarēmismós the use of words of sorrow, equiv. to gn-
> > ar- + l(ē) speaking, -ismos -ism
>
> > Whallop
> > –verb (used with object)
> > 1.      to beat one's self soundly; thrash.
> > 2.      Informal. to strike one's self with a vigorous blow; belt; sock:
> > 3.      Informal. to experience defeat thoroughly, as in a game.
> > 4.      Chiefly Scot. to flutter, wobble, or flop about.
> > Origin:
> > 1732-1903; < France Whallˆoop to be beaten emotionally and physically
>
> > When you put it all together, you see that a gnarwhal desperately
> > seeks true love, only feels sorrow, and are victims of self abuse.
>
> > So you see, you spell gnarwhal like this:
>
> > g - n - a - r - w - h - a - l
>
> > Your welcome,
> > matt
>
> > Author's note: Kan-Jam is the only sport ever to make a gnarwhal
> > smile, although many reports suggest it was upside down at the time.
>
> I was stalked by a gnarwhal once...
>
>  -Tim
>  Haymaker #1

Tim, this is horrible. I've heard of these gnalwhar (spelling?)
stalkings, particularly on facebook after large, heavily acclaimed
tournaments (see: <a href="http://groups.google.com/group/
rec.sport.disc/browse_thread/thread/c31e939584ee2be5/
f26a80edf74e6a9b#f26a80edf74e6a9b">http://groups.google.com/group/
rec.sport.disc/browse_thread/thread/c31e939584ee2be5/
f26a80edf74e6a9b#f26a80edf74e6a9b</a> ). You're brave to talk about
this.
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