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Kuechly becoming household name?

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Was scrolling through my FB news feed and saw ESPN poll on who would lead the league in tackles between bowman, kuechly, lb from cinci, and lavonte david.

Kuechly seemed to be the most favored scrolling through the comments. EFFF yea, eat POOH niner fans!!!

By the way, cool story right?! Carry on.

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He is a household name. He makes every woman swoon every time they even think of football.
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He's a humble and relatable guy from Ohio who doesn't do anything stupid. He's one of the best players in the NFL in only two seasons (DROY, DPY). He's going to become a household name.
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I'm happy for David too, he was snubbed big time. 

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He brings an old school swag to the MLB position... people find it refreshing.

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He's a name that everyone at my house knows.  Made the family take a two day course on how to properly spell Kuechly.

I think my wife fails her pop quizzes just to be punished.

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It's cool story bro

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He unites the household. Young boys want to be him. Men admire him. And the womenz want to do the dirty with him. 

 

 

Some of those can even be switched around and still work. 

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He is a household name. He makes every woman swoon every time they even think of football.

My wife and I met him on the street in Charlotte after a Knights game recently and she hasn't been the same since that moment.

Edited to quench SigChi's undying thirst for proper grammar.


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My wife and I met him on the street in Charlotte after a Knights game recently and she hasn't been the same since.


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You ended your sentence with a preposition. 

 

Granted, my wife may have flipped the bean right there in the street if she met Kuechly in person but, the preposition.
 

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The guy won Defensive Player of the Year in his second year in the league. He is a household name and will soon become legendary and solidify himself amongst the greats to play the position.

Some still feel that Willis/Bowman are superior... But Willis is getting older while Luke has yet to reach his prime. Luke is going to be downright dominant in every facet of the position by the time he's in his 4-5 year and I'm going to love every minute of it.
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I've said it before there is only one thing Willis is better than Luke at and that's making Visa commercials. I love how Luke is just so humble and shows how good he is on the field as opposed to talking about it. Come to think of it Luke would make a horrible rapper.

Didn't he sign a deal with Old Spice?

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He brings an old school swag to the MLB position... people find it refreshing.


I understand your point but I would argue its exactly the opposite. Can't describe it accurately but Kuechly has "anti swag". Unassuming and quietly goes to work. I think we are saying the same thing but expressing it differently.



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never heard of him.

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Burfict was the LB from Cincy I'm assuming?

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Burfict was the LB from Cincy I'm assuming?

 

What gave it away, the Cincinnati jersey or the fact that Bowman, David, and Kuechly don't play for Cincinnati?

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You ended your sentence with a preposition. 

 

Granted, my wife may have flipped the bean right there in the street if she met Kuechly in person but, the preposition.


This is the most arbitrary and pretentious grammar rule ever. English is a Germanic language, and in German ending a sentence with a preposition is not only acceptable, it's often required. The preposition is attached to the verb.

The only reason we have the preposition rule is because in Latin ending sentences with a preposition really fugs poo up. See what I did there? Up is a part of the verb fug. By German rules we would even know it as upfug, and we would separate it out as needed.

Some stuck up assholes who had trouble teaching Latin to their students came up with the preposition rule to make learning Latin grammar rules easier, but in English it makes no damn sense.
 

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All I have to say is, thank you Hurney! No, really, thank you.


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Kuechly is now the poster boy of the NFL. He will be getting a lot of calls his way.

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All I have to say is, thank you Hurney! No, really, thank you.


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Cant stand him. Gotta smile a little bit with the Cam/Luke parting gifts

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You ended your sentence with a preposition.

Granted, my wife may have flipped the bean right there in the street if she met Kuechly in person but, the preposition.


There I fixed it, are you happy now?

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What gave it away, the Cincinnati jersey or the fact that Bowman, David, and Kuechly don't play for Cincinnati?






You sir just made me giggle on my way to work.

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This is the most arbitrary and pretentious grammar rule ever. English is a Germanic language, and in German ending a sentence with a preposition is not only acceptable, it's often required. The preposition is attached to the verb.

The only reason we have the preposition rule is because in Latin ending sentences with a preposition really fugs poo up. See what I did there? Up is a part of the verb fug. By German rules we would even know it as upfug, and we would separate it out as needed.

Some stuck up assholes who had trouble teaching Latin to their students came up with the preposition rule to make learning Latin grammar rules easier, but in English it makes no damn sense.


There you go. And btw. 'Kuechly' is Swiss German slang and means little cake. So much for the houshold part.

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