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    Re: Favorite football names?

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    Quote Originally Posted by evil disco man View Post
    I haven't seen Hard Knocks, but I heard that Ochocinco's "catch phrase" was 'Child, please.'
    I've got to get HBO.
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    Re: Favorite football names?

    Quote Originally Posted by evil disco man View Post
    I haven't seen Hard Knocks, but I heard that Ochocinco's "catch phrase" was 'Child, please.' Or, he says it a lot. Don't think cfh meant it as an insult.

    It is hilarious that Ocho spent all that time to be allowed to change his name, then forgets to put a freakin' space in between the numbers.

    How about Super Duper? Another silly, legal name change (formerly Mark).

    Reggie Corner is another fitting name for a CB.
    Thats exactly right. On Hard Knocks, he says "child please" is his nice, polite personal version of "F.U."

    And he said what he really hates the most is people who say "Ocho cinco doesn't even translate to eighty five. People who say that get a big 'child, please'."

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    Kevin Payne (S) of the Chicago Bears is one of my favorite current names.

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    And he said what he really hates the most is people who say "Ocho cinco doesn't even translate to eighty five. People who say that get a big 'child, please'."
    I can't say I blame him. If I were that big an idiot, I would hate it when people noticed it as well.
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    Re: Favorite football names?

    Ocho Cinco wasnt allowed to put a gap in the name, that was one of the stipulations to him being allowed to change it

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    Re: Favorite football names?

    Quote Originally Posted by tomahawk247 View Post
    Ocho Cinco wasnt allowed to put a gap in the name, that was one of the stipulations to him being allowed to change it
    Was he not allowed to put OchentaYCinco? That would be "85" w/o a gap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HUbison View Post
    Was he not allowed to put OchentaYCinco? That would be "85" w/o a gap.
    Child please, Chad should have thought of that when he was signing the legal change of name form.

    By the way HUb, HBO, there is NO substitute.

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