Posts Tagged ‘ World Cup ’

Chicken Stew and Chicken Soccer Powerhouses

December 28, 2014
By
Chicken Stew and Chicken Soccer Powerhouses

Ivory Coast KEDJENOU (chicken stew) INGREDIENTS 2 pounds boneless, skinless chicken breasts 1 eggplant 3 tomatoes 2 jalapeño or other hot peppers 3 garlic cloves 2 onions 3 tablespoons peanut oil ¾ cup chicken stock…

Read more »

The World Cup

The World Cup

When I first met Jill Y. she had as much interest in sport as Ray Donovan has in honesty. These days however, she spends so much of her free time watching the world cup: Bill…

Read more »

I Just Might Cancel The World Cup Final

July 12, 2014
By
I Just Might Cancel The World Cup Final

Germany versus Argentina: Meh. Can’t get excited about this one. Argentina just beat one of my three favorite teams, Netherlands. Germany defeated the United States. Boo! I like German and Argentinian food equally well. And oh…

Read more »

At Least The Cubs Never Lost To Belgium

July 10, 2014
By
At Least The Cubs Never Lost To Belgium

SLIGHTLY OFF THE MARK   I was going to make fun of soccer last week, until I realized I’d never actually watched a soccer game. It wasn’t fair, poking fun of something I had no…

Read more »

My Favorites for the World Cup Semifinals

July 7, 2014
By
My Favorites for the World Cup Semifinals

Brazil over Germany. I’m feeling very hemispheric right. I’m also upset about the vicious tackle that took out a Brazilian star. I didn’t see it, but still. I just got reminded how West Germany and Austria…

Read more »

My Favorites for the next round in Soccer’s World Cup

July 3, 2014
By
My Favorites for the next round in Soccer’s World Cup

France over Germany. I’m a direct descendant of the French emperor Napoleon Bonaparte. I’m ready if they ever come to their senses and restore me to my rightful throne. On the other hand, they did…

Read more »

Defending Luis “Mandibles” Suarez

June 29, 2014
By

  DEFENDING LUIS “MANDIBLES” SUAREZ Uruguay striker Luis Suarez has been banned for nine international matches. We think that’s a little harsh. First off, when his teeth came in contact with Giorgio Chiellini’s shoulder, did…

Read more »

One Doozy of an Excuse

June 23, 2014
By
One Doozy of an Excuse

I’m betting Marco Borriello didn’t play for Italy in the World Cup. He’s apt to come up with an excuse. He’s had some doozies like the one below when he tested positive for steroids. Check…

Read more »

Don’t Confuse Your Renaldos

June 22, 2014
By

Silliman on Sports By Stan Silliman DON’T CONF– USE YOUR RENALDOS In the World Cup, the U.S. is getting ready to play Portugal, a team with the highest paid and perhaps greatest soccer player in…

Read more »

What’s In A Name?

June 13, 2014
By
What’s In A Name?

The World Cup has started. I’m not a big fan of organized sports, butt I am a fan of history. So today I’d like to discuss the little-known history of how the world’s biggest sporting…

Read more »

User Login

New Release
How to Write and Share Humor
By Donna Cavanagh Published by HumorOutcasts Press

Available in Paperback and Kindle


New Release
Maybe Kevin
By Brian Kiley and HumorOutcasts Press

Available in Paperback and Kindle



New Release
Daddy duJour
By Barbara Hammond and Shorehouse Books

Available in Paperback and Kindle



Archives