65 Reasons I Love A.M.O. #25: Crocs

September 1, 2008 at 4:57 pm | Posted in 65 Reasons I Love A.M.O., This Irks Me, Tim Connolly | 2 Comments

Ovie, you start earning a $124 million contract this year.  Why must you wear rubber shoes?  And is that a jiblit?  I thought you liked Dolce and Gabbana.  I thought your taste was more sophisticated than that.  

Don’t get me wrong, I have no serious beef against Crocs.  When they’re worn by 3 year-olds.  I miss the no-socks look you were rocking a while back (I can’t find the pick, but basically it was Alex humping a wall and wearing loafers sans socks.  I did, however, find that picture I was looking for back when he and I were in a fight.  Alex, look away).

Yeah.  I know.  Stick to real shoes, Alexander.  You know, the Sabres wear sneakers in the dressing room.  (‘cept for in this one picture where Tim Connolly had a pair of sock AND sandals on, but I refuse to talk about that particular fashion faux-pas.)  You should try sneakers.



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  1. Hahahha, that definately looks like it could be a jiblit or jibbit or whatever they’re called. Hahahaha, this story cracks me up and I heart your blog.

    Question…why did Jeff Finger make the nottie list? I never really thought he was that horrible looking. And why aren’t all the Staal brothers on the nottie list? You’d think with the money they’re making, they’d fix those teeth of theirs.

    Anyway, love the blog! If school and other responsibilities become too much and you can’t blog anymore, well…then you’ll just have to quit school. School is overrated anyway. 🙂

  2. You mean Dolke and Cabonna?

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