Growing up, we all knew a kid who snitched. Maybe it was that weiner at school who told the teacher you brought ninja stars for the unofficial playground show’n’tell. Or perhaps it was a sibling that just had to tell your parents about how they saw you smoking a Black & Mild in the ditch behind your house. Whoever they were, it is a 100% fact that they grew up to be a cop or an assistant manager or some other position that makes you feel uncomfortable to jaywalk around them without getting turned in.
But no matter how bad you got snitched on back then, there’s a little girl out there who has a future job as a mall cop.
Tulsa World reports:
I would like to start this post by stating that I know nothing of fashion. In fact, I don’t care much for clothing or shopping for it. And if I’m being perfectly honest, I want to live in a world where I can just wear the same pair of Levi’s every single day with the same hoodie. Unfortunately, jobs bring dress codes, and dress codes often bring on fashion choices we totally wouldn’t make under any other circumstance. Shelby Hayes probably knows this better than anyone.
According to TechInsider:
10) Oklahoma survives
Holding a solid 23-7 lead at halftime, Oklahoma damn near pissed away a shot at the College Football Playoff, narrowly escaping TCU at home 30-29. It is at this point when I generally rattle off Google searched statistics. But does it matter how many yards Baker Mayfield passed/rushed for or how many scores Perine racked up? Or that this win is tempered because TCU didn’t have its two best players in the lineup?
All you really need to know is that Mayfield didn’t play in the second half due to a headache. Not that Mayfield was especially sharp in the first half, but he did throw for 127 yards and two scores. And ran for another 42. He also captained an offense that rushed for over 330 yards, led by Samaje Perine’s 188.
The defense was pretty good the first three-quarters, but when you are battling three and outs like the Sooners did in the fourth quarter, you are bound to give up some plays. And they did, allowing TCU to score 16 unanswered points in the final stanza and giving life to a quarterback position that was pathetic one week earlier against Kansas
But who gives a damn. Because the Sooners won and are still in the national title hunt. That being said…
As the nightmarish possibility of a Fourth Reich under the rule of Donald Trump becomes less and less a joke, many American voters are looking for someone to step up and take charge, stand tall against the mainstream, and make America a great place again… for caged tigers.
Yes, in what could be the greatest thing of all time, Oklahoma’s favorite musician, model and animal rights violator Joe Exotic, a.k.a. The Tiger King, has a 1pm press conference scheduled today in Ohio to announce his candidacy for President of the United States.
Here’s his press release:
Let’s be honest, the Oklahoma City Thunder is very not fun to watch right now. Our best player is injured, our college-to-the-pros coach looks like he still belongs in college, and some creature named Kyle Singler actually gets valuable playing time. The team looks about as cohesive and put together as an old piece of IKEA furniture.
That being said, it is still fun to watch the Thunder Girls, because, uhm, they’re very good dancers. My favorite one is Thunder Girl Kayle. An Ogle Mole recently suggested her for a Hot Girl Friday. That Mole has very good Hot Girl Friday taste.
Wow. As OK GO would say, she has a body like battle-axe. Impressive.
If Kayle looks familiar, it’s because you either go to Thunder games or read this website. I guess Kayle was the model for a recent ad campaign by The Franchise. She thought the ads were very catchy:
— Kayle Marshall (@KayleMarshall) September 15, 2015
Wow. Kayle has been to The Lost Ogle! I’m already blushing. Now we just need to get her to follow us on Twitter. She should, because she (and a few of her friends) is our our Hot Girl Friday. Check out more pics after the jump:
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