F*me pumps thrown by Ole Miss fan

Talk about being upset at the outcome of a game. While I was laughing at this photograph of shoes thrown in disgust at the outcome of the Ole Miss-Alabama game, a female friend pointed out these weren’t just any shoes—they were fuck me pumps. Apparently, from a woman’s perspective, throwing those heels was a sin ranking right up there with what those Alabama students did when they threw good alcohol on the field after the Bama loss to Georgia.


So anyway, thanks to that drunk Ole Miss coed, I had to listen to an Amy Winehouse cd. That’s another reason to hate Ole Miss now. Yes, I know the photograph is too big for the page, but I’m lazy today. This is Sunday morning and I’m exhausted. 😉

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There are plenty of game wrap-ups, so here are two wraps about the game. I’m still thinking about this one, and will refrain from being overly critical until I watch some film. Here are a couple of game stories for your enjoyment.

Ole Miss falls to Alabama—just barely

Game Summary: Alabama at Mississippi


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    ProFootball24-7.com » Did Ole Miss Get Robbed?

    […] Talk on the internets this week, at least the little corner of it inhabited by Ole Miss fans, is the game-ending call that Shay Hodge was an ineligible receiver when he touched the football. During the game, most people thought it was a close call, maybe too close to call at the end of a game. After the game, Rebel fans were livid, showering the field in trash (including f-me pumps) and accosting Alabama coaches. But now that the dust has settled, what’s the verdict? […]

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    Jim olosimo

    I can’t say how many times i have wanted to :get it on with a woman in black patent heelz w/ anklestraps i think they should be an american icon
    or something there is so much to be said for fuck-me-pumps or screw me shoes.
    they R great

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