COCKS


I wonder how many times this post will show up on Google searches for porn…anyway both of the writers of Straight Twisted are alumni from THE University of South Carolina and we have pride in our Gamecocks. I don’t know if you noticed or not, but we’re kind of a big deal. This past week we defeated UCLA to become the 2010 NCAA National Champions of Baseball. And we beat our in-state rival, Clemson University, twice to get there, which is almost just as important to us die hard fans.

Now you may be thinking…what the hell is a Gamecock? Let me school you. A Gamecock is a specially bred rooster for increased stamina and strength. Cocks are highly aggressive towards males of the same species. In the past, two male roosters were placed in a ring and often fought to the death, while their human counterparts made bets on the outcome. While cockfighting is now illegal in almost all the USA and Europe, the South Carolina Fighting Gamecocks will always fight to the death.

We proved this during our battle in the College World Series and the city of Columbia, South Carolina showed their appreciation today with a huge celebration for the Cocks!


Yes, that is the Gamecocks flag on top of the Statehouse. Those flags pretty much represent the best things about our lives: America, South Carolina, and the Fighting Gamecocks.


This is looking down Main Street from the Statehouse steps as the parade comes toward the final celebration spot. I think some people are excited.


While I do not promote the unfriendliness this monster shows to the environment, you must admit that this is pretty badass.


Our team showing off their first National Championship trophy!

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One response to “COCKS

  1. Loretta Sullivan

    Great post! GO COCKS!

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