Emmitt Should Never Use Any Tense Of The Word Blow

Saturday, December 29, 2007

I know tenses are confusing. Hell I almost failed Spanish class in High School when I got to the past tense part of the Language. Tough stuff. Well you know what the difference between Emmitt and I is? Mr. Smith is trying to speak ENGLISH, not a second language.....

Blowed, Blown, Blows, Blowses, Blowdid, Blowning, Blowing, Blowsing.....What else can he come up with? Also, promoting humble pie??? Seriously.

Posted by Awful Announcing- at 1:51 PM


You could see Key and Coach Ditka shuffle their papers and look down so they wouldn't laugh. This is great.

Anonymous said...
Dec 29, 2007, 2:15:00 PM  

Is intelligence inversely correlated to the size of one's diamond earring?

E Buzz said...
Dec 29, 2007, 4:10:00 PM  

also... "They can forget about the things they 'just done"

I'm surprised he didn't try to correct himself by saying "done did", or "dood" or "done dood".

Is there any coorelation between 3 commentators having the inability to be articulate (Keyshawn, Emmitt, and Deion) and them having played for the same team?

Anonymous said...
Dec 29, 2007, 6:14:00 PM  

This is good. However, there is a better one when he used the original "blowed up" out during a Monday Night game. I've got my crack (cocaine) staff out right now looking for that footage.

RDM said...
Dec 29, 2007, 11:29:00 PM  

While you be correcting me, AA, the correct language would be, "Emmitt and me." Not "Emmitt and I." You just blowed it up, son.

Anonymous said...
Dec 30, 2007, 12:51:00 AM  

Was he right the first time in saying "blew out"? I'm no English major but I feel like he unnecessarily tried to correct himself, which would make this that much more awesomer.

Junker23 said...
Dec 30, 2007, 1:53:00 AM  

Follow that up today when they went to the in-studio field. It looked like he had a kids tie on that stopped above his belly button. What a schmuck.

Unknown said...
Dec 30, 2007, 12:46:00 PM  

I don't think it has anything to do with them all being former Cowboys (Aikman, Johnston speak well). There's a more obvious common denominator.

Anonymous said...
Dec 30, 2007, 2:09:00 PM  

I find it both amusing and telling that in trying to criticize Mr. Smith for his occasional grammatical missteps, the author himself makes a rather glaring grammatical error. For the record the correct usage is, “between Emmitt and me.” Some of the follow-up comments are no better, with such gems as, “…would make this that much more awesomer.” I hate to rain on your parade, folks, but by using poor grammar yourselves you come off as little more than unwitting hypocrites.

Grammar aside, the simple truth is that most of those taking pot shots at announcers on this site would come off as babbling idiots in front of a network television camera. Thankfully, none will get the chance. Instead, such critics will remain rightfully relegated to that vacuous cloud of cacophony known as the blogoshpere. The internet has become a place where those of little importance can find a voice. It is unfortunate indeed that so many of those voices are the voices of fools.

Anonymous said...
Jan 12, 2008, 6:03:00 AM  

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