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THE DAILY GROANER - November 7, 2016

Good Morning Groanies,

Cubs Win! Cubs Win! Cubs Win! Holy Cow! Congratulations to the Chicago Cubs!

I am so happy! The Chicago Cubs have finally ended the drought of 108 years between championships. That Game 7 was so stressful to watch. I was losing my mind.

By the 4th inning I was so riddled with anxiety that I began pacing through my house while biting my fingernails. Stacy kept telling me to sit down because I was starting to make her nervous.

I did sit for a bit, but after that 8th inning I started pacing again.

Stacy said, "You weren't this nervous when our kids were born."

I replied, "Our kids were born only three years apart. This is 108 years between championships. That's something to be nervous about."

I love the Cubs! I love that they won the World Series! And I love my kids, you know, Jack and the other one.

Go Cubs Go!

Groaningly yours,

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Jokes? Comments? Questions? Email Steve

*-- Q and A Quickies --*

Q: Why was Cinderella so bad at baseball?

A: She had a pumpkin for a coach.

Q: What are the rules in zebra baseball?

A: Three stripes and you're out.

*-- The Rookie --*

A rookie pitcher was struggling at the mound, so the catcher walked out to have a talk with him.

"I've figured out your problem," he told the pitcher. "You always lose control at the same point in every game."

"When is that?" asked the pitcher.

"Right after the national anthem."

*-- More Q and A Quickies --*

Q: Why are some umpires fat?

A: They always clean their plate!

Q: How do baseball players keep in touch?

A: They touch base every once in a while.


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