Tucker's Tales


What Would You Do?

Posted by Kristen Geil on November 30, 2011 at 1:15 PM

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With the UK-UNC basketball game coming up on Saturday, there's only one question on our minds: Assuming you aren't one of the privileged 25,000, what would you do to attend that game?

Luckily, I have plenty of answers. If you have extra tickets, a way to get me from Chicago to Lexington by Saturday, and want to see me complete one of these ridiculous tasks- Holla.

I would... name my first born child (girl or boy) Doron Terrence.

I would... wear a Nickelback t-shirt to the game (as long as it's royal blue)

I would... eat a McRib sandwich (a tall order for a vegetarian).

I would... get a teardrop tattoo somewhere semi-visible with the date of the Laettner incident underneath.

I would... attend the game with a visible camel toe the entire time.

I would... live with Becky Goncharoff again for a year.

In happier times.

I would... get a cat. Maybe even two.

But still probably mildly abuse it.

I would... adopt the Griffin twins.

I would... ask Matt Walsh out, via MySpace.

I would... try out for the WNBA.

I would... be a groupie for Lord of the Dance.

I would... watch the movies Glitter and Gigli back to back.

WHAT WOULD YOU DO? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter!

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Reply Cole
2:45 PM on November 30, 2011 
Some months ago, I said I would do the following for UK Season Tickets:

First, I would go to the effort of having a child. Second, I would incorporate the name "Adolph" into that child's name in honor of our coach (despite his backward social views and the even more deplorable views of the other Adolph). Third, I would train that child to be proud of his/her nickname and throw 3-goggles in the face of any individual who dared mock or question his/her name.

Now, I realize I would do that for a single ticket to a single game. And that's just the tip of the iceberg.