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Andy Roddick's "Who Cut the Cheese?" Thread!!!!

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tangerine_dream
03-29-2004, 04:57 PM
Welcome to the "Who Cut the Cheese?" Thread!!! :)

This thread is in honor of Roger Federer, the Big Swiss Cheese! He is without doubt one of the most talented players on the ATP circuit today. He is currently ranked No. 1 in the world. He has a cow named Juliette. His alpha-girlfriend is in training for a Yoko Ono-type legacy. He always wears a headband. He has a big nose. His left arm is warped. He is the Big Cheese! Love the Cheese!

This thread is also in honor of the elite few who can actually Cut the Cheese! So far this year, 2004, Mr Big Cheese has a fabulous YTD record anybody would kill for: 23-2. Only two mortals have managed to take a bite out of the Big Cheese so far: Tim "King of Cheese Cutting" Henman and Rafael "New at Cutting the Cheese" Nadal. At this rate, we figure we will hit 100 Cheese Cutters by the year 2016. This is an Elite Force! :bowdown:

You may ask: why is this Cheese Cutting thread in the Andy Roddick (AR) forum and not the Roger Federer or GM forums? Well, for starters, Andy Roddick himself is an admirer of the Big Cheese, so why not put it here? The other reason is that the AR posters here have come to the forgone conclusion that the other forums simply lack any good-natured humor, a sense of irony, and a love of absurdity. You may have noticed that many of the non-AR posters around the forums are quite good for poking fun of players they collectively do not like (i.e., Roddick, Hewitt), but try poking fun at players they do like (i.e., Safin, Federer) and you are at the top of their humorless shit lists. The AR fans here do not believe in such hypocrisy and prefer to poke fun at everybody. Check out our glorious "Bizarre, Obscene, and Funny Pictures of Andy" thread if you do not believe us. We do not put our tennis players on a pedestal and prostrate before them. We put our players on a pedestal and then bitch-slap them silly! :devil:

And lest anybody think this is a thread intended to "bash" Roger, please view my av and signature carefully before making such ridiculous pronouncements.

To quote the great George Carlin:

"Fuck 'em if they can’t take a joke!"

Enjoy the Cheese Thread.

http://www.vivil.de/images/federer-faust.jpg
http://www.victorpest.com/swiss_cheese.jpg

Deboogle!.
03-29-2004, 05:04 PM
oh. my. god. you have outdone yourself this time. :rolls:

tangerine_dream
03-29-2004, 05:05 PM
Before we get to wunderkind Rafael Nadal, we must first pay our respects the greatest Cheese Cutter in the world: Tim Henman, who has a 6-2 career head-to-head stat on The Cheese Man.

Henman's latest cheese cutting feat was performed at this year's Rotterdam tournament, knocking the Holey One out in the QFs 3-6 6-7(11). Mr Henman may not have a slam to his name but his knife-wielding cheese slicing is unsurpassed and widely admired by his peers! :bowdown:

Warning: turn the sound down lower before clicking
Be sure to pay your respects to the Biggest Cheese Cutter of them all, TIM HENMAN (http://www.farts.com/discussions/UpLoads/1048197575.wav)

http://us.news2.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/afp/20040603/capt.sge.azb20.030604121406.photo01.default-278x364.jpg

Deboogle!.
03-29-2004, 05:08 PM
We need a special section for those who have cut the cheese due to the cheese melting on its own..... Andy, Lleyton and so many more. Because obviously, when the cheese is perfectly aged, its pungency blows everyone away!!!

tangerine_dream
03-29-2004, 05:15 PM
Bunk, we can add previous cheese-cutters like Lleyton and Andy to the list after we honor Henman and Nadal. I figure we'll work backwards until the next Cheese Slicer comes along in 2004 (which may be a few months). ;)

Deboogle!.
03-29-2004, 05:16 PM
teeheeehee ok ;) Just as long as it's pointed out that they weren't really cheese-cutters - the cheese melted on its own those days y'know? ;)

tangerine_dream
03-29-2004, 05:18 PM
Aged cheese is the best cheese. We will be sure to honor them here. :devil:

Havok
03-29-2004, 05:50 PM
FUCKIN DEATH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:haha::haha::haha: loving the sound effects :rocker2:

Proph
03-29-2004, 06:32 PM
LMFAO!!!

Fumus
03-29-2004, 07:06 PM
haha, yea I am afraid David Nalbandian is the biggest cheese cutter of all time and not Timmy "the hustler" Henman...;)

andyroxmysox12191
03-29-2004, 08:49 PM
LMFGDAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :haha: :haha: tangy i love you!!!!!

Fumus
03-29-2004, 08:51 PM
I am digging the kitty cat on the racquet....sweet!

MisterQ
03-29-2004, 08:54 PM
Poor Andre, he used to cut the cheese so well. His cheese-cutter has gotten a bit dull.

Fumus
03-29-2004, 08:59 PM
haha, yea so did Nalbs but you all have to agree that David is the biggest cheese cutter of all time...or you could call him the swiss army knife smasher!!

tangerine_dream
03-29-2004, 09:07 PM
Let's give a hearty welcome to our newest Cheese Grater, Rafael Nadal! A 17-year-old wunderkind from Spain, he has done what Davydenko could not do: take out the ill Cheesemeister in straight sets at Key Biscayne, 6-3 6-3. Be sure to pay your respects to our youngest Cheese Cutter, Rafael Nadal (http://www.farts.com/discussions/UpLoads/1079220749.wav) :)

http://a2.cpimg.com/image/1E/43/20191262-051f-0190012C-.jpg

MisterQ
03-29-2004, 09:15 PM
OMG Tangy that was so immature.

But :haha: :haha: :haha:

MisterQ
03-29-2004, 09:16 PM
I hope no one clicks that link in a public space! :lol:

Havok
03-29-2004, 09:19 PM
DIES!!!!OMFG:bigcry::bigcry: those farts are killing me. btw tangy the Nadal fart was way better than Tim's over-the-top fart;)

Fumus
03-29-2004, 09:26 PM
haha...it's alittle more hystrung like Nadal!!

Where's my David Nalb cheese cuter?!?!?!?!

tangerine_dream
03-29-2004, 09:27 PM
OMG Tangy that was so immature.

I'm older than all of you and yet I get the feeling I'm the most puerile of this group. Bathroom humor at its lowest form! :devil:

But seriously, if you're going to be a Cheese Cutter this is what's required of you. ;)

And don't worry about Andre. We all know that the older they get, the more stealth-like in their cheese cutting they become. Roger won't know what hit him. :lol:

Fumus
03-29-2004, 09:28 PM
I'm older than all of you and yet I get the feeling I'm the most puerile of this group. Bathroom humor at its lowest form! :devil:

But seriously, if you're going to be a Cheese Cutter this is what's required of you. ;)

And don't worry about Andre. We all know that the older they get, the more stealth-like in their cheese cutting they become. Roger won't know what hit him. :lol:

yea Andre is sbd...

J. Corwin
03-30-2004, 10:10 AM
LMFAO Tangy.

tangerine_dream
04-12-2004, 04:44 AM
To cut, or not to cut, the cheese that is the question. :scratch: What we have here is a dilemma. Mr Big Cheese lost his doubles match in his DC match against the Frenchmen. But is cutting half a cheese the same as cutting the *whole* cheese? I mean, Cheese Boy didn't lose that match on his own you know. In fact, if he were playing both Frenchies in that one match by himself, without being hindered by a lesser partner, he likely would've won. ;)

But alas, a cheese is a cheese, whether its whole or half, and the Frenchmen had cut it deeply. So we must honor the French Cheese Whizzes, Nicolas Escude and Michael Llodra. (http://www.farts.com/discussions/UpLoads/1079053133.wav) :worship:

http://www.daviscup.com/shared/medialibrary/image/gallery/DC_2886_gallery.JPG

J. Corwin
04-12-2004, 04:47 AM
Nasty!

Deboogle!.
04-12-2004, 04:47 AM
:worship:

Havok
04-12-2004, 04:55 AM
that's such a french fart:haha:

Carito_90
04-12-2004, 05:00 AM
OMFG, OMFG, OMFG!!! :haha: :haha: :haha:

Those farts are killin me!! geeeeez!

tangerine_dream
04-12-2004, 05:08 AM
:devil:

Well, I'm trying to match the farts with the appropriate players. Tim Henman is the King Cheese Slayer and so he gets the biggest fart of them all. You can't beat that one. :worship:

Nadal is young and a bit self-conscious so I gave him a decent fart but not one that would overpower the King Cheese, Tim Henman. ;)

Now we've got two Frenchman. I had to find two relatively short farts that would classify as a French fart, see. Do you have any idea how embarassing it is to visit a fart site, download various farts, play them until you found the right one, and then hear your husband yell at you from the other room "What the hell did you EAT last night!?" only to find yourself explaining in vain that it wasn't me, it's this website and I'm doing it for a thread I created on THIS site and yadda yadda yadda, I'm talking to a wall. He thinks I really cut it and am blaming it on a website. :o

Now he's threatened to throw a bottle of Gas-Ex in my work bag. Humph! I don't fart. I'm a lady. :(

Deboogle!.
04-12-2004, 05:09 AM
*pictures conversation between tangy and mr. tangy*

DIES :bigcry:

Carito_90
04-12-2004, 05:18 AM
OH MY FUCKIN GOD!! I'm gonna wake all my family up if i keep laughing!! :haha: :haha:

star
04-12-2004, 05:45 AM
Carito caro, what are you doing still awake?

I"M gonna wake up your family and tell them. It must be like 1AM in BA

Havok
04-12-2004, 05:52 AM
OMFG DEATH!!!!!!!!!!!!:haha::haha::lol::lol::bigcry: :sobbing:
:secret: *no name*, the invention of headphones were made for a reason!

Carito_90
04-12-2004, 05:58 AM
Carito caro, what are you doing still awake?

I"M gonna wake up your family and tell them. It must be like 1AM in BA

Oh i wouldn't wake em up if i was u... lets say u wouldn't get to tell em that i'm still awake :lol:

And it's not 1AM... it's 2AM lol

Carito_90
04-12-2004, 05:59 AM
*no name*, the invention of headphones were made for a reason!


Yup yup yup lol

Deboogle!.
05-29-2004, 10:26 PM
I don't believe that Al or Guga have gotten their due farts;)

Havok
05-30-2004, 01:22 AM
tangy's been slacking off :(

J. Corwin
05-30-2004, 01:25 AM
Let's go Essy. ;)

tangerine_dream
05-30-2004, 02:27 AM
Oh, all right, if you all insist. ;)

Oh GUGA oh GUGA, what have you done, sweet GUGA? You managed to make Roger look like an American out there on the clay today. :eek: The Great Cheese had melted before our very eyes, and we have only you, sweet GUGA, to thank for the horror show. Watching this Brazilian magician pick apart our Cheeseboy's game was like watching an inquisitive child pick apart a butterfly's wings. It was horrifying. It was against the laws of nature. It was exquisite. And so we will honor sweet GUGA (http://151.164.208.190/sc/farts/fart10.wav), because we do not want to offend the clay gods. :worship:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/media/images/40212000/jpg/_40212609_gkuerten_getty.jpg

Deboogle!.
05-30-2004, 02:31 AM
:haha: :worship:

now don't neglect poor Al Costa too ;)

Havok
05-30-2004, 02:32 AM
Viva les farts

tangerine_dream
05-30-2004, 02:32 AM
Aww, I don't wanna do Costa :(

Deboogle!.
05-30-2004, 02:34 AM
LOL :haha: why not?

Fumus
06-01-2004, 03:26 PM
Yea and like I have said a thousand times already, Nalbandian is the like the king of cutting cheese...he should get a shrine in here..

tangerine_dream
06-01-2004, 06:20 PM
I only started the cheese cutters from the beginning of the year. I'll add Dahveeed:baby: to the list when and if he beats Roger this year (hopefully not). ;)

Fumus
06-01-2004, 07:03 PM
rararary you know he is the cheese cutting master..

LCeh
06-01-2004, 10:37 PM
I thought it was Henman? ;)

Fumus
06-02-2004, 03:50 PM
Henman is just a cheese taster. He has tasted the cheese but, he wants to cut more!

Coria wants some cheese with his whine...lol

tangerine_dream
07-31-2004, 06:48 PM
Naldo's fart joke reminded me of the neglected cheese thread. ;) I had to go back three pages to find it! Seriously, that's how long it's been since Roger last lost a match. :haha: :worship: If Andy actually manages to beat Roger Sunday what number loss will that be? Five? :eek: Forget the Sampras comparisons, Roger is the new Edberg. And I'll have Andy's cannon-ball fart ready and waiting for this thread. :devil: ;)

superpinkone37
07-31-2004, 09:42 PM
lol hopefully andy can win!!!

Gonzo Hates Me!
07-31-2004, 09:58 PM
Omigod, I could make love to your speech. You know, I dont do this very often, but I am going to rep you!

The other reason is that the AR posters here have come to the forgone conclusion that the other forums simply lack any good-natured humor, a sense of irony, and a love of absurdity. You may have noticed that many of the non-AR posters around the forums are quite good for poking fun of players they collectively do not like (i.e., Roddick, Hewitt), but try poking fun at players they do like (i.e., Safin, Federer) and you are at the top of their humorless shit lists. The AR fans here do not believe in such hypocrisy and prefer to poke fun at everybody. Check out our glorious "Bizarre, Obscene, and Funny Pictures of Andy" thread if you do not believe us. We do not put our tennis players on a pedestal and prostrate before them. We put our players on a pedestal and then bitch-slap them silly! :devil:

tangerine_dream
08-01-2004, 07:03 PM
Omigod, I could make love to your speech. You know, I dont do this very often, but I am going to rep you!

Oh Mrs Guga, I'm honored! :eek: You just made my day. :D :worship:

Deboogle!.
08-03-2004, 08:07 PM
*cough cough* ahem.

Fumus
08-03-2004, 08:13 PM
ugh..this thread...haha

J. Corwin
08-03-2004, 08:33 PM
new fart time :lol:

Fumus
08-03-2004, 08:47 PM
haha...sbd..

tangerine_dream
08-04-2004, 09:24 PM
Yes, Dominik Hrbaty, we were all shocked too when you downed the Swiss Mister in the first round of Cincy. We are sure it was just an accident. Not to worry, though! The year is half over and you are only No. 5 in a short, elite list of Swiss Killers. We must honor your expertise with the cheese-cutting abilities (http://www.farts.com/farts/fred.wav), no matter how incidental it was. :worship:

http://images.sportsline.com/u/ap/photos/OHTU102080315_lower.jpg

Jennay
08-04-2004, 09:30 PM
:haha:

andyroxmysox12191
08-04-2004, 09:36 PM
tangy where do you get these from lmfao :rolls:

RonE
08-04-2004, 09:37 PM
Even as a Federer fan I find this thread hilarious :haha: :haha: :haha:
Tangy, you are brilliant! :yeah:

Kind of reminds me of the Potato Peeler's thread about Lleyton on GM.

Deboogle!.
08-04-2004, 09:53 PM
Even as a Federer fan I find this thread hilarious :haha: :haha: :haha:
Tangy, you are brilliant! :yeah:

Kind of reminds me of the Potato Peeler's thread about Lleyton on GM.


Well tangy is a Federer fan too :) It's all in good fun!!!!

Amazing stuff as always Mrs. Tangy!

tangerine_dream
08-04-2004, 10:11 PM
NEW RULE! Anybody who dares to mow down the Big Cheese must be good-looking! Yes, that is incredibly shallow of me but this is my thread and I make the rules. :p Abide by them! To that end, Mr Albert Costa, this will be your first (and hopefully last) appearance on the Cheese Cutters thread. Unless you swallow a Brad Pitt pill that performs a miracle overnight, it may take me another three months before I get around to crediting you with slicing and dicing The Holey One. Much like it took me this time around when you took out our Cheeseboy way back in May at Rome. :eek:

Say hello to my little friend! (http://www.farts.com/discussions/UpLoads/1091343242.wav) :worship:

http://www.rowztennis.com/imgs2/picoweek/picoweek_123_lg.jpg

TinyT
08-04-2004, 10:14 PM
omfg tangy you crack me up!!! :bowdown: :haha: :spit: :yeah:

RonE
08-04-2004, 10:22 PM
:haha: :haha: :haha: I didn't even recognize him at first! He looks like he works for the Russian mafia.

andyroxmysox12191
08-04-2004, 10:55 PM
oh tangy :rolls:

LCeh
08-04-2004, 10:57 PM
:haha: Tangy.

it may take me another three months before I get around to crediting you with slicing and dicing O Holy One like it took me this time around when you took out our Cheeseboy way back in May at Rome.

That was a long sentence... :lol:

superpinkone37
08-04-2004, 11:05 PM
omg tangy u are the best!!!!!:haha:where do u get these anyways???

Jennay
08-04-2004, 11:15 PM
:bigcry:

superpinkone37
08-04-2004, 11:26 PM
i cant wait until andy can officially become a cheese cutter.........

TinyT
08-04-2004, 11:29 PM
yes, someday his time will come ;)

Deboogle!.
08-05-2004, 01:16 AM
DEATH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

PinkFeatherBoa
08-05-2004, 01:44 AM
:haha: Yet another classic Tangy, glad Costa finally got his cheese cutting dues.

tangerine_dream
08-06-2004, 05:27 AM
:lol: Thanks guys! :kiss: RonE, I'm glad you like the thread :yeah:

Yeah I can't wait for Andy to graduate to Cheese Cutter too, if only because his pizza and carbs fart will be one worth downloading over and over again. :rolls:

superpinkone37
08-06-2004, 05:39 AM
lolol i cant wait!!! :haha: :haha:

elusive
08-06-2004, 12:22 PM
im looking forward to that day!! :drool:

and tangy! where do you GET all these?! :bigcry:
thank gdness for you this forum is a blast!

tangerine_dream
08-20-2004, 03:50 AM
Guess what folks? That's right, it's time to inaugurate a brand new virgin cheese-cutter, Mr. Tomas Berdych. http://forum.e46fanatics.com/images/smilies/bluebiggrin.gif

We won't be too hard on him 'cause he's young and new, and in all probability, he probably wasn't even planning on beating the Swiss Mister, it just kinda happened. By accident. Unintentional. You know, like what happens when you eat at Taco Bell, down a Beano pill and then suddenly you get a gas attack in the middle of a board meeting and you can't do a thing to stop it. That's just how life works sometimes. It's out of everybody's control. But everybody forgives you for it (after they laugh at you behind your back). ;)

Like Roger's defeat, short and to the point. (http://www.farts.com/discussions/UpLoads/1092809864.wav) :banana:

http://www.daviscup.com/shared/medialibrary/image/playerprofile/DC_1979_playerprofile.JPG

andyroxmysox12191
08-20-2004, 04:14 AM
:sobbing: :haha:

superpinkone37
08-20-2004, 07:33 AM
lol tangy you are too good once again :worship:

RonE
08-20-2004, 09:17 AM
:haha: :haha: :haha:

Jennay
08-20-2004, 04:45 PM
:haha: :haha:

Dirk
08-20-2004, 04:50 PM
A 35 year old woman doing this shit. Really sad. :rolleyes:

tangerine_dream
08-20-2004, 05:49 PM
A 35 year old woman doing this shit. Really sad. :rolleyes:

A dickless troll with no sense of humor whatsoever, especially regarding his favorite player, is even sadder.

Did you read my first post, Dirk? It says anybody with no sense of humor is not allowed in here. Go back to the Federer forum and write up another Ninja story and stay the hell out of here.

star
08-20-2004, 07:24 PM
A 35 year old woman doing this shit. Really sad. :rolleyes:

I thought it was just fart noises. I didn't know you were going the whole way, Tangy!!! :scared:

Dirk
08-20-2004, 07:43 PM
Funny she makes a thread which makes fun of one of her favorite players losing but has yet to particpate in the Duck Hunt thread? Oh yeah I forget Tangy is just a runner who hopped on the Federer bandwagon. She treats her other favorite Andy very differently when he loses.

andyroxmysox12191
08-20-2004, 07:58 PM
yes tangy is a runner who hopped on roger's bandwagon yet she is always upset when he loses thats not a real roger fan now is it? :rolleyes:
you dont always have to treat all your fav players the same. maybe that's how it is with you but it doesn't go with every other person. tangy, and anyone else, can treat their favorite players differently. if this is how she treats roger as her favorite, then so be it. you don't know that though. you don't even know tangy.
you havent ever spoken to her outside of MTF and even on mtf you basically just fight with her so how do you know her? you dont know her likes and dislikes. you dont even know her real name. you're just basing how you think she is on your disagreements with her yet you dont know the other side of her. this doesnt just apply to you but everyone else on MTF that does it as well. think about it why dont you? :)

Gonzo Hates Me!
08-20-2004, 08:01 PM
Dirk, you're a douchebag. You're here more than I am. If you want to really stalk Tangerine, just mail yourself to her house.

You shouldnt be judging who and who not should be a Rogi fan, b/c you are a shitty Rogi fan. You devote too much fucking time to hating Andy Roddick and his fans than you do to liking Roger. You really have no right to talk. All of Rogi's fans here at MTF are better than you because you are the most petty Rogi fan of them all.

Marc Rosset is Tall
08-20-2004, 08:03 PM
It's just a silly thread that doesn't have any seriousness to it at all, and as a Federer fan there is no need to react negatively to this.

superpinkone37
08-20-2004, 09:16 PM
yes tangy is a runner who hopped on roger's bandwagon yet she is always upset when he loses thats not a real roger fan now is it? :rolleyes:
you dont always have to treat all your fav players the same. maybe that's how it is with you but it doesn't go with every other person. tangy, and anyone else, can treat their favorite players differently. if this is how she treats roger as her favorite, then so be it. you don't know that though. you don't even know tangy.
you havent ever spoken to her outside of MTF and even on mtf you basically just fight with her so how do you know her? you dont know her likes and dislikes. you dont even know her real name. you're just basing how you think she is on your disagreements with her yet you dont know the other side of her. this doesnt just apply to you but everyone else on MTF that does it as well. think about it why dont you? :)

go mani!!! you have said everything that i would have wanted to say :banana:

J. Corwin
08-20-2004, 09:41 PM
Funny she makes a thread which makes fun of one of her favorite players losing but has yet to particpate in the Duck Hunt thread? Oh yeah I forget Tangy is just a runner who hopped on the Federer bandwagon. She treats her other favorite Andy very differently when he loses.

Why do you think the Duck Hunt thread was created? HUMOR
Why was this thread created? HUMOR

What do you lack? HUMOR


Now bye bye :wavey:

Havok
08-20-2004, 10:09 PM
*farts*

Ok, now hopefully my stinker will get this thread back to what it used to be.;)

tangerine_dream
08-20-2004, 10:16 PM
*farts*

Ok, now hopefully my stinker will get this thread back to what it used to be.;)

:lol: Thank you for clearing the air, Naldo. ;)

Gonzo Hates Me!
08-21-2004, 03:12 AM
lol Naldo

superpinkone37
08-21-2004, 07:54 AM
lol :lol::lol::lol:

Gonzo Hates Me!
08-22-2004, 06:46 PM
Tangy, have you seen the new Roger - Williams sisters Wilson commercial? :lol: They dont allow Rogi to open his mouth... does anyone else think Roger looks like a brontosarous (huge sp?)??

superpinkone37
08-23-2004, 12:32 AM
lol i havent seen it, i want to now lol. what channel was it on?

Gonzo Hates Me!
08-23-2004, 12:53 AM
CBS, it came on during the legg mason final

superpinkone37
08-23-2004, 12:54 AM
ah, okay thanks, i will have to keep an eye out for it

Dirk
08-24-2004, 07:11 PM
I'm just pointing out Tangy's hypocrisy. You said she gets sad when Rogi loses but then she comes here and makes fun of him losing? Ok so I am the only one smart enough to see both sides of the coin here. Mrs. Guga and others can't take the truth. You call me a Roddick hater but since when did I ever create a bashing Andy thread in Federer's forum? There isn't one over there and never will be one. You have to admit that a 35 year old married women posting fart noises to make fun of a player losing is pretty sad? I know I know me coming here as a non Roddick fan and pointing that out is far more immature. :rolleyes: Mrs. Guga for someone who aims to be a tennis groupie, maybe you should rethink calling someone names. The screenwriting thing must not be going all that well huh? ;)

tangerine_dream
08-24-2004, 08:18 PM
I'm just pointing out Tangy's hypocrisy. You said she gets sad when Rogi loses but then she comes here and makes fun of him losing? Ok so I am the only one smart enough to see both sides of the coin here. Mrs. Guga and others can't take the truth. You call me a Roddick hater but since when did I ever create a bashing Andy thread in Federer's forum? There isn't one over there and never will be one. You have to admit that a 35 year old married women posting fart noises to make fun of a player losing is pretty sad? I know I know me coming here as a non Roddick fan and pointing that out is far more immature. :rolleyes: Mrs. Guga for someone who aims to be a tennis groupie, maybe you should rethink calling someone names. The screenwriting thing must not be going all that well huh? ;)

http://tinypic.com/38yg5

You and the other ball-less wonder Fedex really are peas in a pod, aren't you? Watching you guys self-destruct is terrific entertainment.

First of all, this thread doesn't make fun of Roger as much as it makes fun of his conquerors. Second of all, you trash Andy all the time in GM and in every forum you visit. Third, we make fun of Andy all the time but you wouldn’t know that because all you do is troll the “Bizarre, Obscene” thread looking for imaginary anti-Roger dirt. Lastly, you can't possibly be any more clueless than you already are because nobody in here takes this thread seriously and it's not meant to be taken seriously. There are no Fed-haters in here.

Like I said, if you don't get the joke, get the hell out and quit stinking up this place with your :bs: You're only embarassing yourself.

And as for your personal attacks on Mrs Guga and her writing, you really haven't a leg to stand on there, Ninja boy. Get a day job. Get two.

andyroxmysox12191
08-24-2004, 08:42 PM
you wouldn't know that she's sad when she loses cause you don't talk to her on MSN like some of us do. sometimes shes not that upset and sometimes she is. big whoop. we're humans. you can feel one way all the time or the other all the time or both. obviously we're not all alike so just respect the way she or anyone else is or don't come in here at all please.
if you don't like the thread or any thread, then don't come into it. if you do come into a thread in which you don't like and post something mean or whatever, then all you start is a bickering fight which frankly everyone is tired of. we've had our fair share of them or even more than we should have and it really does get tiring. imagine being a fan of andy's and going through what we have to go through every single day on here. everyone else goes through it as well, i'm positive of it, but every day there's more and more crap going on about andy than anyone else. put yourself in that position and tell me what it's like. it's not pretty and it's not happy. the best thing we have is each other and this forum where we are all fans of andy (minus the trolls and idiots who start rude threads just for the heck of it).
you don't have to like tangy or anyone else here. you don't have to be best friends with anyone if you don't want to. all you have to do is stop starting these stupid posts about tangy and just please leave us be unless if you or anyone else has something positive to say. it's all i'm asking and it's not much.

snaillyyy
08-24-2004, 10:09 PM
you wouldn't know that she's sad when she loses cause you don't talk to her on MSN like some of us do. sometimes shes not that upset and sometimes she is. big whoop. we're humans. you can feel one way all the time or the other all the time or both. obviously we're not all alike so just respect the way she or anyone else is or don't come in here at all please.
if you don't like the thread or any thread, then don't come into it. if you do come into a thread in which you don't like and post something mean or whatever, then all you start is a bickering fight which frankly everyone is tired of. we've had our fair share of them or even more than we should have and it really does get tiring. imagine being a fan of andy's and going through what we have to go through every single day on here. everyone else goes through it as well, i'm positive of it, but every day there's more and more crap going on about andy than anyone else. put yourself in that position and tell me what it's like. it's not pretty and it's not happy. the best thing we have is each other and this forum where we are all fans of andy (minus the trolls and idiots who start rude threads just for the heck of it).
you don't have to like tangy or anyone else here. you don't have to be best friends with anyone if you don't want to. all you have to do is stop starting these stupid posts about tangy and just please leave us be unless if you or anyone else has something positive to say. it's all i'm asking and it's not much.

Mani, you deserve a huge rep for that and if I could give you one I would :worship: :worship:, I have nothing else to add to it, sums up in a nutshell (in my opinion) what a lot of us feel and have talked about before :hug: :hug:

Dirk
08-24-2004, 11:43 PM
Actually I work a lot which is why it takes me so long to write up stories after he wins an event. Mrs. Guga started with the personal attacks first. I've never call anyone vulgar names here. If she wants to start then fine I could go there too. Since this thread about making fun of Rogi exists, its only natural for Federer fans to see what it is about. Like I've said before there isn't an Andy bash thread in Rogi's forum.

andyroxmysox12191
08-25-2004, 12:07 AM
yes you have the right to come here and look through the forum and threads. we know that. everyone has the right to do that.
i dont know what is going on with you and Mrs.Guga so i dunno about that*shrugs*
though this thread ISN'T making fun of roger. you may take it that way but we don't. none of us are making fun of roger whatsoever in this thread. if someone is then that's them. not the rest of us. tangy didnt start this to make fun of roger. that was not her intention. if you take it that way, then take it. we know the truth about this thread and hopefully one day you and everyone else will as well.
i dont think anyone said anything about there being a thread on bashing andy is the roger forum but then again i do tend to forget things. blame it on my brother for dropping me oln the head when i was little. anyway back onto the topic...
we havent started a bashing thread on roger here. this isnt a bashing thread. if you look at things in a different point of view, maybe you might see it as well.
again, think what you want. i doubt you'll take what i'm saying into consideration but at least try to. just a simple request from a simple girl living in new jersey :)

that last line was corny :lol:

superpinkone37
08-25-2004, 12:30 AM
go mani!!! i would good rep you if i could...

Dirk
08-25-2004, 01:12 AM
I will take what you said into consideration Andyroxysox. :) Just do me a favor as you are browsing through this keep thinking to yourself "My god a 35 year old woman is behind all of these fart jokes in relation to Roger losing". That will help you see my side of it and help you realize how pathetic it truly is. When Andy fans set up threads like this which (you can call it indirect all you want) makes fun of a player when he loses it just makes the posters who don't like the andy fans and treat them badly in the GM all the more justified.

superpinkone37
08-25-2004, 01:22 AM
the thing is, this doesnt really make fun of a player. maybe you should take your comments and post them in some of those threads offensive to certain players over in GM

star
08-25-2004, 01:25 AM
Dirk, I agree with you in so far as you wish that this thread didn't exist.

I also wish it didn't exist because it gives and excuse for a dolt like you to come in here and whine and cry and act like some little victim.

Tangy isn't making fun of Roger anymore than she makes fun of Andy when he loses. She likes to take the piss out of her sports favorites.......... :rolleyes: if you hadn't noticed that by now.

As for this thread giving feeling justified in not liking Andy fans and treating them badly in GM, :bigcry: Long before Tangy started posting on this board, posters in GM were attacking Andy's fans mercilessly. Anytime a new fan showed up, the GM bullies attempted to run them off. Things have really improved since Bunk and Tangy and Mani arived here. They've been wonderful, and because of their wit, good humor, and saunch defense of Andy, the GM bullies have pulled in their horns.

And as for you not calling people names :haha: Since you have called me a stupid skank and have written about your fantasy of my bloody and sexually tortured death, I really don't think you can get on your high horse about being called a doucebag.

Dirk
08-25-2004, 01:30 AM
That was over politics Star and I do regret saying that as for the so called fantasy, Again I was just giving you an example of what Iraqian women went through on during Saddamn's years since you opposed the war. If you couldn't pick that out then its your problem because I don't recall me ever attaching some smiling or laughing emoticon on that post.

Dirk
08-25-2004, 01:31 AM
I don't mind being called a doucebag just as long as its not Mrs. Guga's doucebag. I wouldn't want a STD or anything. ;)

star
08-25-2004, 01:34 AM
You haven't a leg to stand on so you insult someone who is so far above you that in real life you would be lucky to lick the sole of her shoe.

You have such a twisted view of women it is disgusting.

Dirk
08-25-2004, 01:37 AM
Oh yes I do have a leg to stand on. Brutal and terrible things happen to women in not only Iraq but all over the middle east and you oppose any kind of real change. I cited for you a factual example and one of many. Would you like to hear more? Not just of women but of many people in that country during his years.

star
08-25-2004, 01:41 AM
I know that you would love to type each word with baited breath and excitement.

Did you get an errection when you were typing out the brutality with which you thought it would be nice for me to meet? Do you get a little shiver of excitement when you read about the horrors visited on other women? Is there a reason you like to peruse the stories of **** and torture of women? I think the answer is yes.

Dirk
08-25-2004, 01:44 AM
Once again Star you completly avoided the issue. Never do I wish that upon you in that post or any other post. I was just pointing out how you opposed the war which lead to that kind of action being halted.

andyroxmysox12191
08-25-2004, 01:44 AM
i know this 35 year old woman who is married though. and i like who she is and how she is. some things i dont see eye to eye on her but i dont think i've found one person who i have seen eye to eye to on everything. not everyone has to agree with me obviously lol.
this threads intention wasnt to hurt or anger anyone. it's just humor. just like the same exact humor in the duck hunt thread even though i heard it wasnt all that humorous to us as fans but i don't know. though it was humor to the person who created it and all the people that had fun in it...wasnt it? even though it MAY have hurt us in any way or made us angry just like it's happening now(if it is)?
i don't want anyone bashing a players fan. if you think they are a phony fan, then think it or address it to the person. not into a thread where you're gonna get a lot of responses. we know who is a phony fan and who is not. frankly...we know tangy likes roger and she is a fan of him. if you dont agree then dont. go ahead it's your opinion :)
glad you're taking it into consideration :) maybe some other people can as well

Havok
08-25-2004, 01:45 AM
*rips a HUGE stinker*

ok everyone needs to stfu a bit and make this thread die. thanks.:)

star
08-25-2004, 01:51 AM
Once again Star you completly avoided the issue. Never do I wish that upon you in that post or any other post. I was just pointing out how you opposed the war which lead to that kind of action being halted.

Bullshit. You could have done that without making it personal to me, but you did not. Instead you wrote a lengthy detalied post with me as the victim. It was your senario, your writing and you were the one who used my name in the post in the post and you were the one who typed the pronouns to make it evident that the one being tortured to death was me.

I suppose calling me a stupid skank was merely for intellectual illustrative purposes as well.

Dirk
08-25-2004, 04:54 AM
Well you are right in the sense that the torture event described in the post did happen quite a bit in Iraq pre war. That was not bullshit. Like I said in the post. Since you wanted to call it an invasion and not a liberation. That is your right but thanks to that invasion women in Iraq (included in the 25 million) will not be stripped naked and hugged upside down on lamp posts during their period for humilation. I did make it personal to the point of saying you wouldn't trade your life here in America for a women living in that country or pretty much anywhere else in the middle east. You also opposed the action that was taken to stop that. I never understood why the feminist movements of this country were not more supportive of the action, oh that is right I forgot the president has an R next to his name and not a D.

J. Corwin
08-25-2004, 11:03 AM
Dirk, why are you so insecure about Roger being liked or not? This thread wasn't intended to make fun of Roger but yet you see it as such. We keep telling you it isn't meant to put down Roger but you're too stubborn to see otherwise.

RonE
08-25-2004, 12:10 PM
Iraqi women aside and all, as a Roger fan I really don't see anything offensive about this thread. Just a way to look at things a little differently.

Dirk, you know how disappointed I was with Rogi's loss in Athens, but the way I figure it, even the bad moments need to be taken with a little pinch of salt and a dab of sugar. Even when it comes to more serious events happening in a person's life, trying to look at the brighter side of things can even sometimes help you get over the disappointments.

I agree if there were posts like "Rogi sucks I'm so glad he lost I can stand that SOB blah blah blah" then that is not warranted and pathetic. But all the people in this thread were trying to do was cast a bit of a humourous glance at Rogi's losses and I don't see anything wrong with that :)

1NightStandsRule
09-16-2004, 11:08 AM
The cheese is starting mature now, that it hasn't been sliced for a while.

Éowyn
09-22-2004, 06:01 AM
that usually means it will be sliced or grated again soon.

tangerine_dream
11-19-2004, 05:44 PM
Hee! Some of you probably thought Roger actually lost a match and that a new fart was being posted. Sorry. No farts today. The cheese stands alone. ;)

I just decided to peruse this thread because I had forgotten what Roger looks like when he loses. :lol: 69-6 record, get out of here! Only six people have managed to slice and dice the cheese this entire year. SIX. That's incredible. I knew these cheese-cutters would be the elite of the elite. :eek:

But actually, if you look at the list of Roger-conquerors and the matches they played, I would say that of the six, only two actually managed to outplay Roger (Tim Henman at Rotterdam and Guga at the French Open). All the others I would call fluke wins. That is, Roger was either injured, sick, or just flat-out exhausted. However, I still can't come up with a good excuse as to why Roger lost to Berndych at the Olympics. He must've just tanked it. ;)

Havok
11-19-2004, 06:51 PM
Federer is trying to out do his fellow countrywoman, but I dont think he will EVER get close to Hingis' 1997 run, that was just insane and she also played just about every big tournament and won them all:worship:.

Deboogle!.
01-27-2005, 04:01 PM
ahemahemcoughcoughcoughahemahem

Carito_90
01-27-2005, 04:23 PM
DEB LMFAO


OHHH MY GOOOOD I AM IN SUCH SHOCK YOU WOULDN'T BELIEVE IT. I wanted this so fucking much I'm almost crying right now!
Marat :worship: :worship:

blosson
01-27-2005, 06:40 PM
I would have preferred if Andy had beaten Federer in the final.
Anyhow, well done to Safin.

Golfnduck
01-27-2005, 07:28 PM
Welcome Safin to the cheese cutters. He was already inducted, but he really cut the cheese nicely this time :lol:

Tytta!.
01-27-2005, 07:29 PM
:haha: :spit:

andyroxmysox12191
01-27-2005, 08:42 PM
:lol:
Where is tangy boo? She needs to come here now!
Marat :D

tangerine_dream
01-27-2005, 09:44 PM
Welcome Safin to the cheese cutters. He was already inducted, but he really cut the cheese nicely this time :lol:

You're not kidding. He laid the mother of all cheese cutters, didn't he? :retard:

*may have to record hubby on the sly for marat entry* :devil:

superpinkone37
01-27-2005, 10:04 PM
Okay so I have really liked Marat for a while now....but I heart him even more after this match!! :hearts:

Leena
01-27-2005, 10:10 PM
Federer is trying to out do his fellow countrywoman, but I dont think he will EVER get close to Hingis' 1997 run, that was just insane and she also played just about every big tournament and won them all:worship:.
I think Roger's 2004 was better than Marti's 1997.

Yes, Marti had only 5 losses compared to Roger's 6... but the level of competition was much much lower for Marti. 1997 was the lost year between the Graf/Seles era, and the start of the Williams/Lindsay era.

Plus, Roger won 3 slams AND the Year-End Championship.

Éowyn
01-27-2005, 10:32 PM
nah marti was better than roger :)

Deboogle!.
04-15-2005, 05:49 PM
*whistles*

Nous avons besoin d'une "French fart," oui? :angel:

tangerine_dream
04-15-2005, 05:59 PM
French farts are by far the smelliest. Unless everyone's computer comes with a scratch 'n sniff, I don't think I'll be able to post one that fully characterizes Dicky's win over our Cheese Boy. :angel:

zoltan83
04-16-2005, 03:57 PM
*whistles*

Nous avons besoin d'une "French fart," oui? :angel:


What do you mean by "French fart"?
I'm not sure to understand it very well :sad:

Deboogle!.
04-16-2005, 04:07 PM
Oh, I didn't mean anything.... if you look back in this thread, tangy picked out a "fart" sound for all the players who beat Roger.... so because Gasquet is French, it would have to be a French fart.... that's all I meant :)

zoltan83
04-16-2005, 04:08 PM
Oh, I didn't mean anything.... if you look back in this thread, tangy picked out a "fart" sound for all the players who beat Roger.... so because Gasquet is French, it would have to be a French fart.... that's all I meant :)
Ok... Thanks for the explanation. :)

Deboogle!.
06-04-2005, 03:55 AM
*whistles*

Breakaway
06-04-2005, 03:57 AM
I am losing track of all these threads and what they are about :sad: :confused:

tangerine_dream
06-04-2005, 04:13 AM
I am losing track of all these threads and what they are about :sad: :confused:
The jist of this thread is that everytime Roger loses, a fart gets its wings. :)

Breakaway
06-04-2005, 04:26 AM
The jist of this thread is that everytime Roger loses, a fart gets its wings. :)


Oh, okay. I get it. :p

I am kind of new and this is a huge forum, compared to the one I usually post at. But now I post just as much at this one.

Andy fans are just too cool. :cool:

Golfnduck
06-04-2005, 05:17 AM
Congratulations to Nadal!!! The second time cutting the cheese!! :worship:

blosson
06-04-2005, 09:30 AM
Now Rafa has a winning head to head record against Rogi.

tangerine_dream
06-04-2005, 09:53 PM
I'm in mourning, folks. Our Swiss Cheese man just hasn't been the same ever since the neighborhood bully, Marat Safin (http://www.farts.com/discussions/UpLoads/1044788083.wav), grabbed Roger's head, sat on it, and laid a rotten egg. Poor Roger hasn't been able to recover from such a vicious gas attack. And who could blame him?

And now Rafael Nadal has once again sliced and diced Rogi to pieces and this is getting to be a bad habit of his. Not to mention embarassing because he keeps messing those pretty white capris of his.

Dammit, Rafa, what have you been eating lately? (http://www.farts.com/discussions/UpLoads/1025010225.wav) Muy picante! :o

http://eur.news1.yimg.com/eur.yimg.com/ng/sp/ap_photo/20050603/all/l1447620.jpg

athena_wu
06-05-2005, 04:21 AM
2005 Grand Slam
AO: Marat cut the cheese in SF
FO: Nadal cut the cheese in SF
What about WO? Will andy do the same thing in SF? :shrug:

On the other hand, both of the above do it on their Birthday.
What about USO? If the USO opened ten days before, then Andy will cut the cheese on his Birthday in SF.
Oh!!! Yes!!! :scratch:

blosson
06-05-2005, 10:28 AM
haha Athena, you posted something similar I posted in the "curse of Fedbino" thread. :)

other fans think we are "jinx-ing", cutting a Swiss cheese requires fine skills.

Now there is a new Spanish cheese manchego around...

athena_wu
06-05-2005, 10:36 AM
haha Athena, you posted something similar I posted in the "curse of Fedbino" thread. :)

other fans think we are "jinx-ing", cutting a Swiss cheese requires fine skills.

Now there is a new Spanish cheese manchego around...

haha, really?! :hug:

I don't understand what's "jinx-ing" and manchego mean. :confused:

andyroxmysox12191
11-22-2005, 12:58 AM
are we going to have a new one for Daviiiiiiddd Tangy? :angel:

Deboogle!.
11-22-2005, 01:03 AM
omg yes, please!

Noelle
11-22-2005, 01:26 AM
:rolls:

You know, once I started cheering for Roger at the beginning of the week, things went pretty badly for him. :scratch:

Deboogle!.
11-22-2005, 01:27 AM
:lol:

MissFairy
11-25-2005, 05:47 PM
:rolls:

You know, once I started cheering for Roger at the beginning of the week, things went pretty badly for him. :scratch:
*cough* *cough* Cheer for him when he plays Andy next *cough* *cough*

Noelle
11-26-2005, 12:08 AM
:sobbing: It has to be organic, it can't be faked.

The last time I tried cheering for Roger because I wanted the other guy to win, Gasquet ended up getting beaten in straight sets. :sobbing:

MissFairy
11-26-2005, 10:40 AM
Oh ): Then there's no beating him then. I propose a toast to the prospective H2H of a trillion-one :sobbing:

Deboogle!.
11-27-2005, 06:30 PM
TANGY!! hmph where is the new fart :p

tangerine_dream
11-29-2005, 12:42 AM
I've been gone for a few days and all anybody cares about is when the next fart is coming. :ras:

Deboogle!.
11-29-2005, 01:19 AM
;) :p :hug: :kiss:

Jennay
01-15-2006, 02:27 AM
Tommy deserves one. :p Even for a pointless exhibition.

Deboogle!.
01-15-2006, 02:28 AM
Tommy deserves one. :p Even for a pointless exhibition.I agree. And David never got one for TMC :ras:

tangerine_dream
01-15-2006, 05:17 AM
In Honor of the Worst No. 2 Player in the World

The fans had wailed, "But it was only an exhibition!" Yes, an exhibition of their worst nightmares. Because it was one Mr. Tommy Haas--the Worst No. 2 Player in the World! claim some unfortunate Fedtards--who broke the Big Cheese's serve and ended his Kooyong Kingship. Roger shrugged it off but his most diehard fans are still grappling with this most unexpected defeat at the hands of such an inferior and uncouth player.

Tommy Boy, we hardly knew ye. (http://www.farts.com/farts/fartmachine.wav) :worship: :worship: :worship:

http://tinypic.com/ka69on.jpg

surfpinky
01-15-2006, 05:19 AM
:drool:

Noelle
01-16-2006, 08:40 AM
Tommy is SO hot. :p

superpinkone37
01-16-2006, 06:53 PM
Yes. :hearts:.

Deboogle!.
03-04-2006, 11:56 PM
ahem:)

J. Corwin
03-05-2006, 01:34 AM
I don't know if this is the right place to put it but I thought it would be nice to look back on when Andy cut the cheese. :D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2b8mXXvwQs&search=roddick

I miss this Andy. :sad: Fed wasn't quite Fed yet but look at Andy's confidence! Now those are called forehands, not foreheads. :)

Deboogle!.
03-05-2006, 01:39 AM
I had to stop partway through, made me sad :(

But, that looks like the highlights video I made ages ago for RO :lol:

J. Corwin
03-05-2006, 01:42 AM
:lol:

I was about to comment on what a great highlights package it is...now I know why! ;)

fangirl
03-05-2006, 02:55 AM
http://espn-i.starwave.com/media/apphoto/XKJ10903041807.jpg

tastes like cheese.

tangerine_dream
03-05-2006, 07:27 PM
Damn, but that boy's got a lot of gas. Eating too much Swiss cheese will make you constipated. ;) :p

MisterQ
03-05-2006, 10:48 PM
I don't know if this is the right place to put it but I thought it would be nice to look back on when Andy cut the cheese. :D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2b8mXXvwQs&search=roddick

I miss this Andy. :sad: Fed wasn't quite Fed yet but look at Andy's confidence! Now those are called forehands, not foreheads. :)

Wow, thanks for that. :) Andy should watch that to refresh his memory on how to win with his game. ;)

tangerine_dream
03-17-2006, 02:41 PM
That youtube place is quite interesting. :aplot:

Ah, too bad Nadal rolled his ankle the other day. That might cut into his cheese whipping this weekend.

Heh. I said "cut".

Washa Koroleva
03-18-2006, 02:29 PM
Andy made me dream well last night... :drool:

tangerine_dream
03-18-2006, 07:55 PM
Andy made me dream well last night... :drool:
I am so dyslexic lately. I actually read your post as "...wet dreams last night" :retard: :scared: :lol:

J. Corwin
03-18-2006, 08:19 PM
I am so dyslexic lately. I actually read your post as "...wet dreams last night" :retard: :scared: :lol:

You're not alone! :lol::retard: :o

Washa Koroleva
03-23-2006, 03:01 PM
You're all :retard: :lol:
I never had wet dreams coz of Andy. Only well dreams :p

Deboogle!.
04-23-2006, 06:55 PM
:angel:

MissFairy
04-23-2006, 07:06 PM
Aw. What a welcome revival of this thread (:

superpinkone37
04-23-2006, 07:11 PM
thank carlos for Rafa :worship:

MissFairy
04-23-2006, 07:15 PM
thank carlos for Rafa :worship:
Hehehe that sounds like Carlos gave birth to him :p

Deboogle!.
04-23-2006, 07:17 PM
Well he kinda did, didn't he?

MissFairy
04-23-2006, 07:20 PM
Carlos got pregnant?! AW. But wasn't he worried about his figure?!

tangerine_dream
04-23-2006, 10:54 PM
This is getting ridiculous. Rafael is the ONLY decent cheese cutter we have. Nobody's come close to blowing them as hard and loud as Rafa. Forget Andy, he has bigger problems in the form of small fries like Benneteau and Ferrer. :o

So I've now changed the thread to Rafael Nadal's Cut the Cheese thread. Until Andy learns to properly cut one, he just won't be in the same league as Rafa who really knows how to stink up the place. (http://www.farts.com/discussions/UpLoads/1145477619.wav)

http://www.menstennisforums.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=86764

Deboogle!.
04-23-2006, 11:01 PM
:rolls:

J. Corwin
04-24-2006, 05:07 AM
:rolls: The best part is there are people laughing after the fart. :lol:

surfpinky
04-25-2006, 01:39 PM
smells stinkay in heeeeeeeeeeeeeurrrrrrrrrrrr

tangerine_dream
04-25-2006, 06:22 PM
It's even funnier that the Fedtards get all offended by silly threads like this. :lol:

surfpinky
04-25-2006, 06:39 PM
:spit:

heya
05-04-2006, 06:50 AM
"Now I
haven't got that rhythm that comes with match practice. I've only
played four tournaments, and last year I had played double that," he
says. "But every day, every match I improve a little. I feel stronger
all the time. Injury makes you appreciate everything so much more" :yeah:

The Sunday Times - Sport
The Sunday Times April 23, 2006

The Big Interview: Rafael Nadal

The 19-year-old who is the only serious challenger to Roger Federer
says his success is a family affair, writes Alison Kervin

Monaco in springtime, and the world's best tennis players are out in
force, scattered across the clay courts of the Monte Carlo Country Club
and filing past well-dressed, heavily bejewelled Côte d'Azur
spectators.

Andy Murray scuttles by, tentatively signing autographs before being
led off to the locker room. Juan Carlos Ferrero stands tall, smiling
and making small talk with the youngsters who have gathered around him
and hover somewhere down by his knees. They reach up with their scraps
of paper and tournament programmes, waving pens at him and shouting
their names.

But the real action is taking place on the court opposite us, where the
stand shakes with the delight of hundreds of eager supporters. Only
this court is bursting with fans as they jostle for seats. The cheers
ring out into the chilly mid-afternoon sky: "Rafa, Rafa, Rafa."

The stand is overflowing, so I am ushered courtside to watch Rafael
Nadal conduct his training session. His coach Toni, who is also his
paternal uncle, approaches the court at the same time, his shoulder
heavy with the weight of half-a-dozen rackets. He smiles and shakes my
hand. "Welcome," he says. I'm told it is the only English word he
knows.

Standing on court while the world No 2 plies his trade is a rare treat.
The colossal speed of the ball and the unnerving accuracy of every shot
are there in all their glory. Their impact is exacerbated by proximity.
It is all breathtaking. The 19-year-old from Majorca fires heavily spun
forehands across the net with such power that it is hard to see most of
them coming. What must it feel like to face these balls? And this is
only a practice session.

Nadal adjusts his headband as his admirers adjust their binoculars.
Like a rock star reaching for a microphone, there are screams of
appreciation as he moves to flick the ball expertly on to the face of
his racket and send it thundering over the net.

Nadal had a tremendous year in 2005, and, despite injury at the end of
it, is seen as the only man likely to challenge Roger Federer, the
world No 1, in the immediate future. The fact that he plays with
similar flair and excitement to Federer has earned him fans worldwide.
There are fists pumping and leaps of elation with every point scored.

Then there are the clothes. The Capri-length shorts that have been the
subject of much mocking on phone-ins and websites across America. The
citrus-coloured shirts that have ranged from an arresting orange to a
stunning lime green. The curly, jaw-length hair, held back by a flat,
wide alice band that owes more to the style of Doris Day than John
McEnroe.

But what Nadal lacks in sartorial judgment, he more than makes up for
on court, with his slashing topspin forehand and fancy footwork.
Well-judged shot after shot skids to within millimetres of the
baseline, while the supporters stand three deep beside the stand,
mesmerised.

Nadal is the only man to have beaten Federer this year. With every
match, he grows more accustomed to the physical, emotional and mental
demands of life as a tennis professional. The energy-sapping clay-court
season has just begun. At its climax is the French Open at the end of
next month, followed by grass and the Stella Artois and Wimbledon.

"Rafa, Rafa, Rafa," they shout as he continues his practice,
apparently oblivious to the furore he is causing all around. They coo
when he fiddles with his hair, and as he dances around the court,
leaping, prancing and twirling through his warm-up, their eyes never
leave him.

"It's crazier than this in Spain," says Benito Perez-Barbadillo,
an ATP Tour representative as well as being Nadal's confidant and
sometime translator. "There, he's treated like Ronaldo." He says
pictures of Nadal sell out as soon as they go on sale in Spain. And it
is not just in Europe. Perez-Barbadillo remembers walking through New
York City with Nadal. "We were on 90th Street or something, miles
away from the centre." They went to step through the doors of a
building when a large, rough-looking man stopped them in their tracks.
"Hey," he cried out, aggressively. "You Rafael Nadal? Nice to
meet you, man."

IT IS 8PM NOW, and Nadal has returned to the hotel. He was on the
practice court for 10 hours, but feels that he didn't do quite
enough. When the rain delayed his second session, he headed inside
while the fans stayed outside, awaiting his return beneath umbrellas,
afraid to give up their seats for fear of losing them. Such was the
demand to watch the young man from Manacor practise in the rain.

"It was too dark to play any more," says Nadal, still musing on his
lost court time as he lounges across a sofa, eating crisps as fast as
he can move his hand to his mouth. He requests a bottle of Coca-Cola
"with a straw" and sucks thirstily until it is quickly gone. He
requests another. He looks like a teenager now - about a quarter of
the age of the rock star tennis player on court No 8 earlier.

"This is nice," he says with a smile, still shovelling crisps with
staggering speed. "I am a simple boy, really. I like simple things. I
like fishing on a boat. I like being with my family. And . . ." he
smiles at the empty bowl ". . . and I like crisps."

Today the simple boy from a simple place, with simple likes, will take
on a simply monstrous task. Nadal plays Federer in the final of the
Monte Carlo Masters, to defend his title. With a victory over the Swiss
player in Dubai under his belt, Nadal has some psychological advantage
for which to reach as he approaches the match, but he knows how far
ahead of the pack Federer is: "Look at his points. He is the No 1.
That is all there is to say. He is there to be beaten." The Spaniard
admits to watching the video of his victory over Federer before leaving
for Monaco, to give him the "lift" of knowing that he could beat
the world's best player.

"That win was very important for me," he says. "It came in the
second tournament after I came back from injury. I enjoyed the match. I
went to the court with a great calm that day and winning was a very
special sensation."

Since he and Federer are ranked first and second, they only meet in the
final stages of tournaments, "so there is always some added pressure
on us".

Nadal says he usually knows fairly soon in a match whether he will win.
He gets what he calls "a very special feeling in me" when he has
the measure of his opponent, and it drives him on

to victory.

"Last year when I went to Barcelona, I had it," he says. "A
special feeling from the start and I won."

There may well have been a number of very special feelings last year.
Nadal had the sort of 12 months of which most tennis professionals can
only dream. He has won more than 40 consecutive games, and hasn't
been defeated on clay for more than a year. He is in Monte Carlo
seeking his 14th title after winning 11 tournaments last year, with
eight titles on clay.

In the space of a glorious 27 days he won 17 matches and three singles
titles on clay: the Masters Series championships in Monte Carlo and
Rome on either side of the Barcelona tournament. But it all went wrong
at the end of the year when he suffered a stress fracture to his left
foot that kept him out of competition for four months. "Now I
haven't got that rhythm that comes with match practice. I've only
played four tournaments, and last year I had played double that," he
says. "But every day, every match I improve a little. I feel stronger
all the time. Injury makes you appreciate everything so much more."

THE RAFAEL NADAL story is the tale of three brothers - his father,
Sebastian, and his two uncles Toni and Miguel, who live close to one
another on Majorca. His tennis adventure began 16 years ago. As a
three-year-old with a burgeoning passion for football, he was
introduced to tennis by Toni, a competitive tennis player who had some
success at national level in Spain. Miguel, meanwhile, was a
footballer, a fine defender with an imposing physique who played for
Spain in the three most recent World Cups and had a long, successful
club career with Barcelona and Majorca before retiring this year.

Toni encouraged his young nephew to play tennis for fun alongside his
football practice, but noticed quickly how confident the boy was with a
racket in his hand. "I carried on playing football as well as tennis,
but slowly played more and more tennis with my uncle," says Nadal.
"But I still preferred football. That was my real love when I was a
young boy."

By the time he was five, he was going to the tennis club twice a week
to play. When he was eight, and a promising striker in the local
football team, he won the regional tennis championships for under-12s.

"That's when people started to say maybe I could make it to the top
in tennis," he says. Winning a tournament for boys three years older
than him did not go unnoticed. Clubs began calling and inviting him to
play for them, and Uncle Toni started to work more seriously with his
young protégé. He began urging his nephew to rush to the net, even
when he was beating opponents from the baseline. He also encouraged his
young charge to change hands and play with his left, even though he is
right-handed. "He noticed that I was playing forehand shots with two
hands, so one day he told me to try with one hand. I used my left foot
in football, so he thought I should try that. I did. It worked."

Too right it worked. By the time he was 12 he had won the Spanish and
European tennis titles in his age group and was playing either tennis
or football all the time. Then in stepped the third of the three
brothers, Rafael's father, Sebastian. "My father made me choose
between football and tennis so my school work didn't suffer," Nadal
says. "I chose tennis. Football had to stop straight away."

Had he opted for the kicking game, there is every chance that he would
be preparing for the World Cup in June, instead of the Stella Artois
and Wimbledon. By the time he was 13, he was playing tennis every day.
He went to school from 9am until noon, played tennis from 12 until 2,
had lunch, school in the afternoon, then played a further two hours in
the evening.

At 14 the Spanish tennis federation suggested that he leave Majorca to
train in Barcelona, the centre of Spanish tennis. But his parents
wanted him to stay. "They were worried about my education suffering
too much," Nadal says. "My uncles both agreed with them, so I
stayed at home."

Turning down the offer meant resigning himself to less financial
support from the federation, but his father offered to pay for his
training. Those close to Nadal, including Toni, claim that the decision
to stay at home with his family was crucial to his development into the
player he is today. He continued to train with his uncle, but took it
all much more seriously. He would play at least twice a day as well as
compete regularly; by 2003 Nadal was, at 16, ranked in the world's
top 50.

"I think that having my uncle and coach with me has been the best for
me. He is uncle first and coach second. It is a nicer life to travel
round with your uncle there. My family can't come to all matches, but
I always have my family there in my uncle."

We meet a week after Andy Murray's departure from his coach and the
start of his search for a new mentor. "I realise how lucky I am,"
Nadal says. "There is no question of that with me. We are a team -
my uncle, me and my physical trainer. We work together."

Uncle Toni is credited with keeping the youngster's feet on the
ground. Stories abound about him making Nadal carry the rackets and
balls, and not letting his vast success change him in any way.

"My goal in life when I was a young boy was to be happy. My goal now?
To be happy. Nothing has changed. I have got better at tennis, but that
is all. Nothing in me has changed. People think they will meet me and I
will be a different person, but I won't. I am the same. I still want
nothing more than to be happy."

And what makes a 19-year-old millionaire tennis prodigy happy? "My
family make me happy. It is my No 1 wish for them to be all healthy.
For my friends to be happy. For me to be able to play tennis."

Simple wishes from a simple boy. "What more could anyone want?" he
asks. To beat Federer and become the world's No 1 player? "That
would be good. That could help me to be happy," he says with a laugh.

"I am serious, though, when I say I think first of my family and that
they are most important to me. In Manacor I'm normal. People have
known me since I was a little kid. They congratulate me when I win
something, but treat me like everybody else. I have the same plans for
my life as everyone else."

Football still fascinates him. He watches it whenever he can, and says
he will be "hyperactive with excitement" when the World Cup comes
round.

Away from the international game, he supports Real Madrid because he
remembers his father giving him a Real shirt when he was very young.
"My uncle was playing at the time. I think my father gave me the
shirt to have a joke with him."

Nadal says the things he dislikes the most are losing and pain - in
that order. "My uncle keeps saying that losing is important in this
game. If you play tennis, you lose, that's how it is. Only one person
can win every game in a tournament. No one man can win every
tournament. The best players lose; everybody loses some time. I am
learning that lesson, but I do feel much more nervous when I come out
to play after having lost. Every week is a different place, a different
tournament. You learn that losing is part of this game. But winning -
ah, winning is so much nicer."

Nadal is a particularly powerful clay- court player, but says the grass
of SW19 appeals to him most of all. "My tennis dream is to win
Wimbledon. The Spanish do not do well at that tournament and it is a
special event. I think every tennis player dreams of winning it one
day, don't they? It would be a beautiful moment to have success
there. It's so special."

ONCE the interview has finished, Nadal stands up politely to shake my
hand, then reaches for his mobile phone, which has been flashing and
jumping on the table throughout the interview. "Goodbye. Thank you
for come," he says. "Sorry my English not so good. I only speak
quarter of English. Maybe quarter of a quarter. Not good." I tell him
that his English is really not so bad, but he promises to work on it
all the same. "Next time you come, I be better," he says.

He pumps a series of numbers into his phone as I turn to leave. "I
call Moya now," he explains. "He very good friend." He says he
has a half- arrangement to meet the fellow Spaniard in a couple of
hours for dinner at a Japanese restaurant. "I must eat soon," he
explains, pointing at the crisp bowl. "See. I'm very hungry." He
says he always calls Moya before booking his flights, because he loves
to travel with lots of people. "

It's more fun always to have friends and family around, isn't it? I
like to have lots of people around - for eating, for flying.
Always."

I leave him to his dinner plans and head for the reception area, to
take the lift back up to my room, six flights up in this hotel full to
the rafters with tennis players. As the lift doors close, a hand pushes
through the gap to stop it, and in steps Uncle Toni.

"Ah," he says, spotting me, as I stand in the corner, fiddling with
my tape recorder. "Journaliste. Halo." Over the next few seconds we
attempt to chat. He does not speak English. The only other language I
speak is French. We both shrug and smile stupidly at one another.

"I have just interviewed Rafael," I try again, speaking loudly for
some reason and indicating the tape recorder and the notebook, bulging
with notes about his famous nephew. Toni just nods and says a few
things in Catalan which I think mean "How did it go?", but may have
meant, "I really don't understand what you're talking about."

I battle on. "He was very good," I say, speaking in the sort of
slow, clear English that one might use when talking to a toddler or a
helpless drunk. Still more smiles and nods, then we arrive at his
floor. Toni stands in the lift door and takes a deep breath. "He good
boy," he says. "He work hard and he look after people. He nice boy.
Goodbye."

Then, with that succinct summary of his nephew in a language he can
neither speak nor understand, he is gone.

The time may arrive when Nadal's desire and enthusiasm fade, when his
eagerness to throw himself after every shot and head straight home with
his uncle after every match becomes subsumed by the effects of money,
fame or injuries, but for now Nadal is a treasure.

His self-effacement, lack of self-indulgence and sheer joy at the life
he is leading make him a refreshing antidote. Here's hoping that
success doesn't change things.

heya
05-12-2006, 10:20 AM
http://www.slobodnadalmacija.hr/20060509/sport01.asp

LJUBICIC CAN BE #1.

(DC Hero Ljubicic cruised by a messed up Agassi and out-of-shape Mike Bryan in doubles.
Benefitted after pretentious ass kisser Roddick denied he was in no shape for Davis Cup competition (Roddick was scared shitless about bursting PMc's bubble and betraying the team's WINNING DECISION. LMAO). Roddick takes all the blame for losing because he already lost before entering the stadium LONG BEFORE, as evident between 2003-2005.

2005-2006 - Roddick spontaneously combusted against journeymen! No more explanations needed!!!
2006-
Ljubicic declared himself the 2nd best player.
Croatians and Federer bow down to Ljubicic's upcoming #1 talent level.)
(Be sure to tell Nadal that he's one-dimensional.)

Deboogle!.
05-14-2006, 06:30 PM
as someone requested, i think it's a propos to move this back to the active andy forum now :lol:

blosson
05-14-2006, 06:39 PM
Good idea Deb, Rafa is the only one who can cut the cheese these days!
And wow what a match, just wow!

Wow again! Wowow.

surfpinky
05-14-2006, 06:48 PM
wow |:

superpinkone37
05-14-2006, 07:03 PM
man I was freaking out watching that scoreboard. |:

Deboogle!.
05-14-2006, 07:10 PM
It was a crazy match, not much more to say

blosson
05-14-2006, 07:27 PM
Roger played better but did not take his chances, Rafa did. Hm.
Roger could get so tired chasing after Rafa that Andy could even have a chance in Wimbly. :lol:

heya
05-14-2006, 08:05 PM
As usual, Rafa smartly saved energy by throwing away a 1st tiebreak he messed up, and the middle of a match he's leading. He was finally healthy, so he won a match longer
than 3 hours. One-dimensional aliens rule!!!!
Brad, bandwagon jumper, insulted Rafa 3 years ago, and suddenly he says Rafa's his fave....yeah right. Too bad Agassi has to share the butt licks.

oneandonlyhsn
05-14-2006, 08:09 PM
As usual, Rafa smartly saved energy by throwing away a 1st tiebreak he messed up, and the middle of a match he's leading. He was finally healthy, so he won a match longer
than 3 hours. One-dimensional aliens rule!!!!
Brad, bandwagon jumper, insulted Rafa 3 years ago, and suddenly he says Rafa's his fave....yeah right. Too bad Agassi has to share the butt licks.

Brad insulted Roger in 2003 Wimby SF against Andy so its not news that Brad is an idiot. Funny thread by the way :wavey:

J. Corwin
05-14-2006, 08:12 PM
I'm on the Bradwagon! :hearts:

tangerine_dream
05-14-2006, 08:21 PM
Freakin' Rafa. Wow.

surfpinky
05-14-2006, 09:11 PM
lord carlos shines down on rafa

heya
05-14-2006, 09:51 PM
Lord Rotten Andrew crossed his toes too. Why else would he tank so much? :->

knight_ley
05-15-2006, 05:55 PM
lord carlos shines down on rafa

:haha: When Aundra & I found that pic last night we said the same thing. :lol:

tangerine_dream
05-15-2006, 06:02 PM
lord carlos shines down on rafa
Isn't that photo great/disturbing? It's like he's been blessed or something.

And the irony is that it was Roger who went to visit the Pope that week.

God works in mysterious ways. ;)

nobama
05-15-2006, 06:52 PM
God works in mysterious ways. ;)Yep, and it will all be reveled in the RG final. ;)

tangerine_dream
05-15-2006, 07:36 PM
http://www.menstennisforums.com/showthread.php?t=76898

This thread reminds me of how the crazy Fed fanatics couldn't stop whining about how Federer was the "true" No. 1 at the end of 2003 even though Roddick clearly deserved the YE title. As if cold hard facts and rankings lied then but not now or ever before. :lol:

Amusing to see how the tables have turned on them. :)

heya
05-28-2006, 02:40 AM
Federer fired up for the 'Roger and Rafa show'
By Mark Hodgkinson
(Filed: 26/05/2006)




Play on the crushed brick of Roland Garros will start on a Sunday for the first time this weekend, a move largely designed to please television executives.

And yet the money-men of the small screen should probably be more animated about the prospect of the third Sunday's tennis, and the glorious possibility of the next full-length episode of the 'Roger and Rafa Show'.

Everyone in tennis wants to see a final between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. Probably even Federer. Switzerland's world No 1 would dearly love to defeat Nadal to win the only grand slam title that has so far eluded him.

He could hardly have been more defiant yesterday about his chances against Nadal, undermining suggestions in the tennis world that Spain's world No 2, the defending champion in Paris, had "got into my mind".

Twice Federer has been defeated by Nadal on clay this season, at the Monte Carlo Masters in April and the Rome Masters earlier this month, having previously lost to him this year on the Dubai cement. Federer has lost to Nadal in five of their six career meetings, including their first encounter on red dirt in last year's semi-finals at Roland Garros.

But Federer indicated that the thought of a showdown with the young Spaniard does not scare him. Far from it.

"It could get into my mind," he said. "I could start thinking, 'I can't play against this guy, his game doesn't suit me'. I could start accepting the fact that I have been losing against him, but that would be a bad thing for me to do."

Instead Federer suggested that he is edging ever closer to defeating Nadal on clay, pointing to the fact that he held two match-points against him in Rome.

"I know I can wait for the day when I beat Nadal. I've surprised myself how much I've improved since Dubai, as when I played him in Monte Carlo and in Rome. I always felt that I played a bit better.

"It's also important for me to know, going into the French Open, that I can cope with such a weird-playing leftie," he said.

"With the lead that I have in the rankings [Federer has 7,010 points compared with Nadal's 4,545] Nadal must expect that on any given day I can beat him. That's definitely my advantage, that over the years I've created this confidence in myself, that no matter how badly a guy beats me up I know that I can come back.

"I've sent out a message in the last couple of matches. I really feel that I should have won that match in Rome. And I like to be challenged. It keeps me ready."

Victory in Paris would make Federer only the sixth man to win all four grand slams. He would also become the first man, since Australian Rod Laver in 1969, to hold all four titles at the same time, and keep alive the possibility of doing the calendar grand slam.

tangerine_dream
05-28-2006, 02:51 AM
"It's also important for me to know, going into the French Open, that I can cope with such a weird-playing leftie," he said.
Does Roger say these things on purpose? :o

Deboogle!.
05-28-2006, 03:05 AM
Does Roger say these things on purpose? :oWell assuming he said it in English, I think his English is fluent enough for that to not be an excuse ;)

rofe
05-28-2006, 04:47 AM
Well assuming he said it in English, I think his English is fluent enough for that to not be an excuse ;)

His English is fluent enough but it is still influenced by his comfort level with Swiss-German. He is thinking in Swiss-German so when he speaks in English, he has to try harder to translate his thoughts into English and something (be it a phrase or a word or the tone) seems to be lost in translation. In general, after reading his translated interview from Swiss-German, I have come to the conclusion that he is always joking around when he makes remarks like that. Unfortunately, either Federer's tone is not right when he says something like that or the interviewer doesn't find it funny.

morningglory
05-28-2006, 08:11 AM
:haha: the swiss cheese is pissed. "weird playing" huh? "one dimensional" eh?
I hope he triple breadsticks you in RG! :armed: :ras: :p :haha: :hug:

Naw... may the best man (or cheese) win!

P.S Nice to see the facade fall off to reveal Fed's ungracious side at last... now I can begin to like him...

RogiFan88
05-29-2006, 03:00 AM
Speaking of cutting the cheese, I think it w be wise for Pandy to be careful not to aggravate his injury at RG. Perhaps he s either pull out or just lose early -- he hardly has any pts to defend anyway and it w not be such a big sacrifice for him. Better that he fully heal and be ready for Queens and Wimby, where he does have a ton of pts to defend and will have a better chance of doing well.

Take care of yourself, little Pandy and save your cheese-cutting til the grass season and beyond! ;)

RogiFan88
05-29-2006, 03:06 AM
I anticipate some big cheese-cutting tomorrow on PC...

heya
06-16-2006, 07:36 AM
"Nadal is the first player to challenge Federer in any way. After the first set today, Roddick would have thrown in the towel. Everyone says Federer is too good, and he is too good, but they don't have the balls that Nadal has."

"He's not the best player ever, not by a long shot yet. You face him (Federer) against Jimmy Connors and I don't know that he's going to beat Jimmy Connors for two reasons here (Wilander points to groin)....Sports is about balls and about heart and you don't find too many champions in any sport in the the world without heart or balls. Against Nadal they shrink to a very small size and it's not once. Federer is going to win one in 10 (times) from the baseline against Nadal."http://www.sportsmediainc.com/tennisweek/index.cfm?func=showarticle&newsid=15500&bannerregion=

That and the Roddicks attended the "Pee in your pants and weep Wimp Conference". Unwillingness to adjust to
problems because they're effing selfish & upper-class "Stay in the box" people.
Ballless Roddicks. :bowdown: :rolls:

Deboogle!.
03-28-2007, 12:37 AM
Ahem.;)

Tytta!.
03-28-2007, 12:39 AM
Hoo.

blosson
03-28-2007, 12:45 AM
The title of this thread has to be updated. Canas' knife is sharp.

Deboogle!.
03-28-2007, 12:49 AM
The title of this thread has to be updated. Canas' knife is sharp.I was going to do it, but, it's tangy's thread :p

blosson
03-28-2007, 12:52 AM
Yes, let's wait for Tangerine to change it. It was a great match anyhow.
I need to go to bed now. Good night people of the world.

surfpinky
03-28-2007, 01:41 AM
wow |:

PinkFeatherBoa
03-28-2007, 03:02 AM
I hate to imagine what a Canas fart sounds like! Especially after the 1st thing my mum said when she saw him on TV, was how big his butt is, so he should really be able to let one rip. :lol: |:

blosson
04-22-2007, 06:12 PM
The cheese has been sliced (again!)

tangerine_dream
06-10-2007, 06:35 PM
No fart sounds today, this pic doesn't need it. :lol:

Nadal def Federer 6-3, 4-6, 6-3, 6-4
2007 French Open Champion!
Third year in a row. :eek: :bowdown:

http://images.sportsline.com/images/spin/spun/spun-612.jpg

adee-gee
06-10-2007, 09:11 PM
:haha: :banana:

jeahhh!
06-10-2007, 09:25 PM
:rolls:

surfpinky
06-10-2007, 10:04 PM
I wasn't even aware the final was today :sobbing: mary texted me about scores and I was like what scores ??? :sobbing:

jeahhh!
06-10-2007, 10:16 PM
I wasn't even aware the final was today :sobbing: mary texted me about scores and I was like what scores ??? :sobbing:

:awww::hug::hug:

blosson
08-12-2007, 09:59 PM
Nole does the rare honour :yeah:

blosson
10-21-2007, 06:19 PM
bump

Tytta!.
10-21-2007, 06:28 PM
Whoa. :worship:

kaylee
10-21-2007, 08:35 PM
I know I shouldn't gloat but sigh someone finally beat Roger and yes it was Nalby who hasn't had an exactly stellar year so congrats to him!

Deboogle!.
11-01-2007, 10:13 PM
:eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek:

blosson
11-02-2007, 12:16 AM
That was a great performance by Nalby. Quite impressive. When was the last time Roger lost in straights?

Deboogle!.
11-02-2007, 12:20 AM
the first time canas beat him this year at IW was in straights I believe.. that might've been the last time?

blosson
11-02-2007, 12:22 AM
Oh I see not that long then. Roger is losing his touch. :lol: Well still bloody number one. Maybe next year something can change. How tedious.

Tytta!.
11-02-2007, 01:15 AM
That must be why mom is so upset. :awww: :lol:

Roger. :sad:

laure xxx
11-02-2007, 06:47 AM
Roger, stop losing to Argentinians..Coincidence? :aplot:

tangerine_dream
01-25-2008, 04:00 PM
Hot steaming pile of humble pie once again served up to the Fedtards, courtesy of Novak Djokovic, who finally ends Roger's dominance at slam finals. :hatoff: *click image for sound effect* :angel:

http://i29.tinypic.com/2gtaf6e.jpg (http://www.poopprank.com/fart-sounds/fart_wav.htm)

kaylee
01-25-2008, 05:39 PM
yippee!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Deboogle!.
03-23-2008, 12:29 AM
MARDY FUCKING FISH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Tytta!.
03-23-2008, 12:40 AM
Let's edit the title :D :p

tangerine_dream
03-23-2008, 01:25 AM
Mardy? http://i16.tinypic.com/6hh0wia.jpg

MARDY FUCKING FISH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Ditto. Stunned. Floored. Consider my ass thoroughly kicked.

unseeded Fish def (1) Federer 6-3 6-2

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Deboogle!.
03-23-2008, 01:44 AM
:banana: :dance: :woohoo:

Tytta!.
03-23-2008, 01:48 AM
:smoke:

kaylee
03-23-2008, 03:40 AM
I couldn't believe this. Way to go Mardy is all I can say. I hope it is a good final though!

MissFairy
03-23-2008, 07:32 PM
MARDY FUCKING FISH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Right. Exactly.

I never thought Mardy would be in the title of this thread. Fucking awesome.

Deboogle!.
04-04-2008, 02:16 AM
ANDY FUCKING RODDICK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Tytta!.
04-04-2008, 02:19 AM
someone is happy.

jeahhh!
04-04-2008, 02:21 AM
A title change is in order, methinks. :rocker2:

Fumus
04-04-2008, 02:21 AM
:timebomb::):):):):o:cool::confused:;):D:D

Kate87
04-04-2008, 02:31 AM
OMG Andy Roddick!!!