I do this when I stretch and I like to call it a “Primal Scream”
Watched the grandkids today. Now I know why they call us groan men.
For some yes !
Of course it’s necessary to make obnoxious noises. Otherwise it would take longer.
He can bearly manages to gets up.
This is why running away with picanic baskets is important. Keeps ya fit and healthy. Don’t be a couch potato. Go raids a picanic!
That just means the couch needs replacing … It’s too soft and worn out and you sink into it too deep to get out comfortably.
Or into or out of bed.
Or out of bed. Or when the barometer starts to change. Hoooweee.
Did everyone hear that? Oh my gosh, he’s turned into his parent!
disguise ‘the noise’ with a fake stretching routine.
My newspaper has a different Pluggers for today ;-)
I resemble that remark.
I remember a comedian who spoke of the day he realized he was making his father’s sounds.
Get up and walk around the block at halftime. And get a new couch, sofa, Chesterfield or Davenport or whatever you call that thing. They should be checked every 2 – 3 years and replaced every 15 – 20.
Getting up off those cushy sofas can be a real pain
For me the noises seem automatic because I make them when I roll over in bed, it “used” to annoy my wife. She died in March and I’m not sure if it still annoys her or not. It annoys me that she isn’t here to “complain” to me.
When you reach a certain age it is necessary to make those noises. They alert the muscles that it is time for action. Upon sitting down you need to go “ahhh”, so the muscles know they can relax again
I can’t disagree with the sentiment but what does Audible have to do with football?(I’m seriously not familiar with the sport)
Still funny, even though I sprained my hip yesterday. I’m recovering nicely, thanks.
Not a football family – husband eschews sports – what is an audible in football? Do they have to yell something or it is the count before “hiking” the ball?
Gary Brookins and Susie MacNelly
June 10, 2017
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