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Taylor University's Silent Night

Discussion in 'Sports and News' started by Inky_Wretch, Dec 10, 2011.

  1. Inky_Wretch

    Inky_Wretch Well-Known Member

    It was tonight, and it looks awesome.

  2. Football_Bat

    Football_Bat Well-Known Member

    That is a great tradition. And lots of hot co-eds attend that school.

    (And whenever the word "co-eds" is used, that signifies somebody being up to no good.)
  3. slappy4428

    slappy4428 Active Member

    Watched it, moved on to watch one from 2009, then found this ...

    Love Silent Night, this is far funnier...
  4. young-gun11

    young-gun11 Member

    Best. Video. Ever.
  5. Bubbler

    Bubbler Well-Known Member

    They do?

    I mean, they might, but I'm pretty sure the majority of them are hide-bound to Jesus.
  6. Football_Bat

    Football_Bat Well-Known Member

    That just makes them hotter in a forbidden-fruit kind of way.
  7. young-gun11

    young-gun11 Member

    Dude..church chicks are easy. I spent 14 years in Christian-based schools...I'm kind of an expert.
  8. Stitch

    Stitch Active Member

    It would mean more if it was really about Christmas instead of giggling in the background and hoping you'll be in a YouTube video.

    Good ol' NAIA ball (for those not good enough to play Division II).
  9. Baron Scicluna

    Baron Scicluna Well-Known Member

    I'd never heard of it before this thread. Terrific stuff.
  10. Stoney

    Stoney Well-Known Member

    Greatest free throw to reach 10 points in a December game in NAIA history. I'd like to think the opposing team wasn't clued in beforehand and wondering what the hell these weirdo bible thumpin white kids were doing.
  11. Stoney

    Stoney Well-Known Member

    Considering the tradition began in the early 90s before the internet age I kinda doubt that it was entirely about "hoping you'll be in a YouTube video."
  12. Stitch

    Stitch Active Member

    Times have changed.l.
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