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Author Topic: LSU Golden Tiger Marching Band Playing "Neck"  (Read 1761 times)

Offline Que82

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Re: LSU Golden Tiger Marching Band Playing "Neck"
« Reply #60 on: January 18, 2020, 01:46:49 PM »
Sounds like a lot of jealousy over here. SMH. I enjoyed watching the game. You folk are sad.
« Last Edit: January 19, 2020, 11:01:46 PM by Que82 »
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Re: LSU Golden Tiger Marching Band Playing "Neck"
« Reply #61 on: January 18, 2020, 09:46:52 PM »
Sounds like a lot of jealousy over here. SMH. I enjoyed watching the game. You folk are sad.

It sounds like you want Odell to come slap your booty. The dictohomy of two ignorant cultures co-existing on LSU's campus.

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Re: LSU Golden Tiger Marching Band Playing "Neck"
« Reply #62 on: January 26, 2020, 03:21:25 PM »
FUNNY THING ABOUT THAT SONG.  I HEARD IT FOR THE VERY FIRST TIME AS A FRESHMAN IN 1969 AT A MORGAN STATE FOOTBALL GAME.  WHEN I LATER HEARD IT AT OTHER CIAA VENUES I WAS AT FIRST PISSED BECAUSE I THOUGHT THAT MORGAN'S SONG HAD BEEN STOLEN!! :lol: 

I "GOOGLED" IT.  ONE MIGHT BE A BIT SURPRISED ABOUT WHAT IS ON GOGGLE.

DOES ANYONE KNOW WHICH HBCU WAS THE FIRST TO PLAY "TALKING OT THE SIDE OF YOUR NECK"?
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"Funny thing about getting older. Your eyesight may weaken, but you can see through people so much better." -AND- "Be very careful about what you will tolerate and how you let people address you, it lets them know how they can treat you and what they can get away with." -Authors Unknown-

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"TALKIN' OUT THE SIDE OF YOUR NECK" ORIGINS?
« Reply #63 on: January 26, 2020, 03:29:50 PM »
FUNNY THING ABOUT THAT SONG.  I HEARD IT FOR THE VERY FIRST TIME AS A FRESHMAN IN 1969 AT A MORGAN STATE FOOTBALL GAME, (I THINK.).  WHEN I LATER HEARD IT AT OTHER CIAA VENUES I WAS AT FIRST PISSED BECAUSE I THOUGHT THAT MORGAN'S SONG HAD BEEN STOLEN!! :lol: 

I "GOOGLED" IT.  ONE MIGHT BE A BIT SURPRISED ABOUT WHAT IS ON GOOGLE.

DOES ANYONE KNOW WHICH HBCU WAS THE FIRST TO PLAY "TALKING OT THE SIDE OF YOUR NECK"?
"Funny thing about getting older. Your eyesight may weaken, but you can see through people so much better." -AND- "Be very careful about what you will tolerate and how you let people address you, it lets them know how they can treat you and what they can get away with." -Authors Unknown-

 

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