Watch in awe at this display of resilience by a Bills fan. His team may have underachieved and missed the playoffs, but he won’t keep the bile and regret in his stomach. Away with it, his body cries.
This week’s episode of Hard Knocks captured linebacker Brian Cushing barfing during practice. He barfed four times in one sitting.
Dogs barf. Sometimes it’s really funny when dogs barf, like when they do it at sporting events, or at the precise moment that their owner is trying to snap a selfie with them.
Dogs barf. It's what they do, because they're gross, wonderful creatures. Sometimes they eat the barf. Sometimes not because they're too busy being a mascot.
Remember the poor Irish bro who tried to haughtily bounce from a disgusting eating and drinking competition only to end up in a giant pool of puke? Well, now we know exactly what kind of disgusting foods and drinks precipitated all that vomit.
We are aggressively apathetic toward the results and performances in NFL preseason games, instead relying on weird stuff, sometimes including players doing unlikely things with bodily fluids, to make the news. Like Bengals QB Matt Scott puking his guts out a couple of times, then immediately throwing a touchdown pass.
This happened at last week's Nebraska state speech championships, and we are so glad that it did. We don't know the identity of the kid fire-hosing the remnants of his turkey sandwich all over his hands and feet, but we do know that he is a hero. Because of him, we may now enjoy the world's first perfect photo.
Last night, Karl Malone went on TNT's studio show and revealed, during Charles Barkley's rather conspicuous absence, a new and disgusting fact about Barkley that somehow hadn't seen the light of day. Are you ready? Eating breakfast? Put it down, maybe: Barkley used to keep vaseline (shudder) in his belly button (full…