Super Bowl Jokes
Blonde At The Super Bowl
A guy took his blonde girlfriend to the Super Bowl game. They had great seats right behind their teams bench.
After the game he asked her how she liked it. “Oh I really liked it!” she replied, “especially the tight pants and all the big muscles, but I couldn’t understand why they were killing each other over 25 cents.”
Dumbfounded, her boyfriend asked, “What do you mean?”
“Well, they flipped a coin, one team got it and then for the rest of the game, all they kept screaming was…’Get the quarter back! Get the quarter back! I’m like……….hellooooooooo! It’s only 25 cents!”
A friend of mine has two tickets for the Super bowl. He didn’t realize when he bought them that this is the same day as his wedding – so he can’t go.
If you’re interested,.. the church is in New York City and the bride’s name is Donna.
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Super Bowl Meme
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Lombardi Trophy Replica Build
Sometimes two obsessions converge and you end up with something beautiful. That happened for me when my lifelong love for woodworking and football collided as I took on the challenge to make the iconic form that is the Lombardi Trophy.
Wood Turned Football – NFL 2×4 Wood Turning Project
Steve made this Wooden Football from a standard 8-foot 2×4! It’s NFL regulation size and he even had enough 2×4 leftover to make a display stand!
Beads of Courage Football Box
Tim turns a Football lidded box for the Beads of Courage program. The project includes creating a turning blank from board stock, hollowing, carving and drilling. The final touch is the addition of leather laces to bring the football to life.
Wood Turning A Football
I have wood turned a football. I had thought the project would just be about the shape, but I found that with the seams in the pigskin and stitching on the ball there was quite a bit of inlaid work to be done. This would make a nice opportunity for a wood turned segmented football. I made the body of the ball out of some cherry wood that I cut up years ago. The seams of the ball are padauk and the big stitches of the ball are holly wood that I got from a neighbor last spring. I built the main body of the ball from rings made from the cherry. Once the form of the ball was made, I use the CNC router to cut the inlay work in the ball and the parts themselves. Then I wood turned everything flush. I shaped the points at the ends of the ball on the disk sender and then with the hand sander. I finished the ball with walnut oil.