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Monday, August 28, 2006
Phinish the Phrase: T.O. will lead Dallas to ...
You've probably heard that the Mouth That Bored got fined by the Cowbuoys (image Holsteins bobbing in the Gulf of Mexico) for being late or absent for meetings and rehab sessions. Here, he goes again. Of course, maybe the child learns to tow the line if scolded early. So you Phinish the Phrase: "T.O. will lead Dallas to ..."
I'm thinking: "... to make commercials in which Coach Bill Parcells sprinkles a cure for Jacques Itch, portrayed by T.O."
Or, more seriously: "... more touchdowns than victories."