-Ism's in my opinion are not good. A person should not believe in an -ism, he should believe in himself. I quote John Lennon, "I don't believe in The Beatles, I just believe in me." Good point there. After all, he was the walrus. I could be the walrus. I'd still have to bum rides off people. - Ferris Bueller
As the Greg Robinson Era (GRE) winds down to a close and Gregisms come to an end, I'm thinking of doing a very fitting send-off for the very specialist of things we will miss about Greg. Possibly the only thing.
What it will require is a full collection of all the very best Gregisms from over the last four years. From the very first "I don't know" to this weekend's fantastic explanation of what G-Rob stands for, we want to pay tribute to the man and the marble-mouthed wisdom he bestowed upon us.
Rest assured, I have a firm grasp on the basics...your "time will tell's" and your "fightin' the fight's." What I need from you is help covering the bases on all of the "wacky" Gregisms out there. You know, the "it can snowball into something that can catch fire" ones that cause your brain to implode within itself. I've covered most of them but you never know when a golden nugget slips through the cracks.
So please, leave a comment below or drop me a note with your favorite absurd Gregisms of all time. As many or as few as you can think of. And please try to include the link to which you can attribute it. I don't want to use "I enjoy the taste of man flesh" and then find out it was all a rouse. I hate that.
I will compile from my own records and from your recommendations and we'll have a nice little send-off for Greg and his -isms starting after the holiday and the end of the football season. Get to it.