Conference Tshirt Slogans

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    • #12934

      I was feeling a bit nostalgic today for some reason and wondered what some of the favorite slogans, sayings, or quips from past year’s Conference Tshirts are.

      Provided they are appropriate, I would also be interested in hearing some suggestions from the Alumni populous as to slogans they wished they had used, or ones they would like to suggest to the current athletes reading this forum for this year’s meet.

      Although they said very little by way of words, I thought that the Tommie overalls from a year or two ago were pretty awesome.

    • #42586

      @Rustie Gustie wrote:

      I was feeling a bit nostalgic today for some reason and wondered what some of the favorite slogans, sayings, or quips from past year’s Conference Tshirts are.

      Provided they are appropriate, I would also be interested in hearing some suggestions from the Alumni populous as to slogans they wished they had used, or ones they would like to suggest to the current athletes reading this forum for this year’s meet.

      Although they said very little by way of words, I thought that the Tommie overalls from a year or two ago were pretty awesome.

      We’re just swimming to keep the weight off.

    • #42587
      wonderboy33
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      “In bed by 10, home by 12″…Pat Haws, 1996

    • #42588
      griz
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      This is a good subject…maybe it should be put in the general section…

      Last year, we had a shirt that said “Does the lion care which gazelle it slays?”

    • #42589

      No fat chicks.

    • #42590
      Duck
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      A selection of Wheaton College T shirt slogans over the years:

      I will meet them as a bear that is bereaved of her whelps, and will rend the caul of their heart, and there will I devour them like a lion: the wild beast shall tear them. — Hosea 13:8

      Break their teeth, O God, in their mouth. — Psalms 58:6

      The righteous shall rejoice when he seeth the vengeance: he shall wash his feet in the blood of the wicked. — Psalms 58:10

      Behold, I will corrupt your seed, and spread dung upon your faces. — Mal.2:3

      Whosoever doeth any work in the sabbath day, he shall surely be put to death. — Exodus 31:15

      Their children also shall be dashed to pieces before their eyes; their houses shall be spoiled, and their wives ravished. — Isaiah 13:16

      And I will appoint over them four kinds, saith the LORD: the sword to slay, and the dogs to tear, and the fowls of the heaven, and the beasts of the earth, to devour and destroy. — Jeremiah 15:3

      Behold, I come quickly. — Revelation 22:12

      RUSH – ’99
      Therefore your daughters shall commit whoredom, and your spouses shall commit adultery. — Hosea 4:13

      … and from the womens’ team:

      My breasts are like towers. — Song of Solomon 8:10

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      @Duck wrote:

      A selection of Wheaton College T shirt slogans over the years:

      I will meet them as a bear that is bereaved of her whelps, and will rend the caul of their heart, and there will I devour them like a lion: the wild beast shall tear them. — Hosea 13:8

      Break their teeth, O God, in their mouth. — Psalms 58:6

      The righteous shall rejoice when he seeth the vengeance: he shall wash his feet in the blood of the wicked. — Psalms 58:10

      Behold, I will corrupt your seed, and spread dung upon your faces. — Mal.2:3

      Whosoever doeth any work in the sabbath day, he shall surely be put to death. — Exodus 31:15

      Their children also shall be dashed to pieces before their eyes; their houses shall be spoiled, and their wives ravished. — Isaiah 13:16

      And I will appoint over them four kinds, saith the LORD: the sword to slay, and the dogs to tear, and the fowls of the heaven, and the beasts of the earth, to devour and destroy. — Jeremiah 15:3

      Behold, I come quickly. — Revelation 22:12

      RUSH – ’99
      Therefore your daughters shall commit whoredom, and your spouses shall commit adultery. — Hosea 4:13

      … and from the womens’ team:

      My breasts are like towers. — Song of Solomon 8:10

    • #42592

      Thanks for the Wheaton College swimming version of sparknotes on the bible, Duck. I don’t know about anyone else that has read this, but I honestly feel as though I can now miss church instead of kickoff for the next few football seasons without a shred of guilt.

    • #42593
      CRUNCHYSOCK
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      Well done Duck. Anyone who remotely understands what goes on at Wheaton, and who actually took the time to read those quotes is quitely chuckling in thier cubicle right now. By no means would I encourage you to post more often, but nice work.

    • #42594
      Monti
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      “Don’t splash me, I have tubes in my ears” GAC, 99-00.

    • #42595

      I always liked, “What have you learned if you tried and failed? Never try.” This was a controversial slogan for our team, as we were in the midst of a streak of never beating Olaf at conference, and some of the older swimmers thought it was sending the wrong message to the kids. But it turns out the meet is swam in the pool, and not on your t-shirt, so I guess it worked out alright.

      And then there was Chapel Partner’s war cry for most of 1996-97, “100% Utah!” I thought that had a taint of quiet dignity. That’s what she said.

      And finally, there were the ill-fitting German track suits of lore. It produced as much camel tale as a regulation size paper suit, and the swimming mom’s really dug that. At least that is what Assistant to the Head Coach Hagen’s mom told me.

    • #42596

      @E-man’s Revenge wrote:

      And finally, there were the ill-fitting German track suits of lore. It produced as much camel tale as a regulation size paper suit, and the swimming mom’s really dug that. At least that is what Assistant to the Head Coach Hagen’s mom told me.

      Yo E, when it’s dudes, it is a moose knuckle… but we were not the most endowed team either (for the most part).

      The freshman on that team with the “fail” T-shirts were seniors when GAC ended Olaf’s reign of terror.

    • #42597

      Yo E, when it’s dudes, it is a moose knuckle…

      No, I’m pretty sure it’s camel tale. Moose knuckle is used when it’s a woman of larger proportion.

    • #42598

      Urban dictionary says it could be either. I tend to go with moose knuckle for dudes since it is a 3-pronged bulge, and camel toe for women (regardless of size) due to the 2 part bulge.

      This debate is similar to what part of a “rusty trombone” is rusty. The shaft or the mouth piece. I’ve always said mouth piece, but Crunchy Sock (a former musician) claims it is the shaft.

    • #42599
      CRUNCHYSOCK
      Member

      Don’t be an idiot, the slide is obviously rusty. I played trombones, rusty and otherwise, for 8 years (I was that awesome). A rusty slide sticks, causing an unprecise, unpredictable, grating, rough, herky-jerky slide movement. A properly cared for and lubricated slide moves smoothly up and down in perfectly controled rhythm and it is an absolute pleasure to grasp the firm steel in your eager, talented, uncalloused hand.

      “Camel Tale?” Why does bulging junk tell a story about camels from the times of yore?

    • #42600

      Urban dictionary is like wikipedia, but edited by 13 year old wiggers from rural Michigan. At least wikipedia attempts to maintain some sense of order and accuracy. The people at Urban Dictionary gave up long ago, and now it’s nothing but flame war between Kid Rock and Eminem. So thier definition of moose knuckle is unreliable at best. Here is a link to a diagram of the hoof of a moose. Take a look, and tell me if that doesn’t remind you of the nether regions of an oversized woman in tight denim.

      http://www.dkimages.com/discover/previews/830/20120603.JPG

      I stand by camel tail, 100%. Now on to the rusty trombone. I want to make sure that everyone knows playing the actual trombone, in no way makes you an expert on the subject of rusty trombones. The fact that we were swimmers makes us experts (at least by football team standards). Obviously the mouth piece is the rusty part, as it is tinged with a strong brown, rusty appearance.

    • #42601

      I concede that a moose knuckle could refer to either gender. But urban dictionary aside, I still have always known it to be the male version of a camel toe. The fact that you call it “tail” makes you lose credibility.

      As for the trombone, Crunchy’s argument makes no sense. If you properly lube up prior to a tromboning, the shaft does not rust, but the mouth piece remains rusty brown.

    • #42602

      Agree to disagree, but I think moose knuckle is totally keyboard.

      As for the trombone, Crunchy’s argument makes no sense. If you properly lube up prior to a tromboning, the shaft does not rust, but the mouth piece remains rusty brown.

      Plus, show me a trombone slide that consists of nothing but one giant vein. The comparison is ludicrous.

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