Discussion in 'The Tiger's Den' started by saltyone, Oct 9, 2006.
Is it just me, or is the term "enjoy" getting a little old? Let's come up with a new word Coach.
Les makes W sound like a poet.
I would recommend:
adore, appreciate, be entertained, be pleased, cotton to*, delight in, dig*, dote on*, drink in*, eat up*, fancy, flip for, flip over*, funk, go, groove on, have fun, like, love, luxuriate in, mind, pleasure in, rejoice in, relish, revel in, savor, savvy, step out, take to
But I see your point. Les never was great at "coachspeak"
:hihi: I don't know about that.
Hey, I love both of 'em, but neither were blessed with the gift of public speaking. Low and behold, one is the President, the other a head football coach at a major university. Just goes to show, anyone can overcome their shortcomings.
In that sentence, he could change "enjoy" to "rejoice" and sound like Billy Graham.
Thanks for joining the forum just to bitch about our coach. Welcome.
Les is more.....
Martin wouldn't stand for that!:lol:
That would make my football year.
Seriously, could anyone imagine Martin's reaction to something like this?
:rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
It's all relative...