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Official NFC Championship Game Thread


Jeremy Igo
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Just now, Mr. Scot said:

You're listening to WTMI, Charlotte North Carolina.

 

Hey, I was tricked. That Qu1million guy started it. And yes, I have jumped off the bridge with my friend. Got a stupid tattoo. And even stared at the sun. The wife says I'm gullible. I prefer to think of it as being a natural born "Hey that sounds cool" kinda guy.

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1 minute ago, RJK said:

Delaire is gonna eat

 

I'm trying to decide between... Who's he gonna eat? .... And, it's a big game, I hope he already had his lunch. Sooooo.....

 

The winner is??? What's he gonna eat? Me myself, I had toasted PB&J for lunch. Gonna have 1 of those Tostinos pizzas for the game.

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