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HA! How'd you get those tickets?

Damn it feels good to be a gangsta. No IU victory, but the excitement was back in Bloomington, which means SchrockStar was drooling all weekend when reintroduced to the largest Bunny Ranch this side of Chicago.
You would have thought that after a weekend like last, I'd learn to slow down my pace, but nahhh.
Lets see if I can sum it up: pantless cheerleaders, Sink the Biz @ Nicks, 10am Jagerbombs, courtside vs. #1, snowball fights, 20th-bday-girl's funbag floppin out, pulling a Wedding Crashers move, watching Wedding Crashers, Notre Dame grad 'Bus' retires after winning superbowl, fellow classmate throws TD to MVP, make serious bank online (THE TOP 6 TEAMS ARE IN 1 CONFERENCE!), and driving home through Hamilton County on Superbowl night w/ cops hiding at each construction site. Sweet. Now I need to find a new job.
Beer pong and beer bong - there's not much of a difference in the term or game. Wait, beer bonging's not a game? Is The Vodka Bong a game?? Do I have an alcohol problem? Eh

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