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The OFFICIAL "We love Brett Favre" thread

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by all about da packers, Dec 15, 2006.

  1. all about da packers

    all about da packers Cheesehead

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    Seeing as there is already a Jennings thread, I'll start a Favre one:



    Did you know Brett Favre's pee is green and gold? Of course this means he has a terrible urine infection, but he still hasn't missed a game! :thumbsup:



    The number 4 will now officialy be known as Favre.

    Infact, Favre will now be used to represent the numbers formerly known as 1-14:
    1=(Favre raised to the Favre minus Favre)
    2=(half Favre)
    3=(Favre minus (Favre raised to the Favre minus Favre))
    4=(Favre) naturally
    5=(Favre+(Favre raised to the Favre minus Favre))
    6=(Favre+half Favre)
    7=(Favre+Favre-(Favre raised to Favre minus Favre))
    8=(Favre+Favre)
    9=(Favre+Favre+(Favre raised to the Farve minus Favre))
    10=(Favre+Favre+half Favre)
    11=(Favre+Favre+Favre-(Favre raised to Favre minus Favre))
    12=(Favre+Favre+Favre)
    13=(Favre+Favre+Favre+(Favre raised to the Favre minus Favre))
    14=(Favreteen)
    ...
    20=(Half Favrety)
    40=(favrety)
    100=(Half Favre hundred-favrety-favrety-half favrety)
    400=(Favre hundred)
    444=(Favre hundred and Favrety Favre)




    Favre can get any man going, even Tom Brady.
    Here, Tom accidently mistakes his teammate for Favre:
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    A picture is worth a thousand words:
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    Brett Favre can beat both Superman and Chuck Norris..... with one hand tied behind his back!




    Brett Favre recently wrestled Tom Brady and Peyton Manning to once and forever settle who the best QB was. Judge for yourself who won:
    [​IMG]
     
  2. Zero2Cool

    Zero2Cool I own a website

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    Nice showing of being original.
     
  3. Jakest3r

    Jakest3r Cheesehead

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    haha cool
     
  4. Zombieslayer

    Zombieslayer Cheesehead

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    Like I've said before, Favre's the only QB I've ever seen who will get in the face of a DL and the DL will back down. Favre rules. I hope he plays two more years after this (well, I actually hope three).
     
  5. umair

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    favre is the best qb to ever walk on the field. he has broken many records and is on pace to break more.
     
  6. Zombieslayer

    Zombieslayer Cheesehead

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    When Brett Favre throws a football and it hits the side of a mountain, it forms what is called a "tunnel."

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    On May 2nd, 1997, aliens attacked the Earth. The U.S. military sent up everything they had, and nothing could stop the aliens. Then, a wise man handed Brett Favre a rock.

    Years later, the surviving aliens found another habitable planet to terrorize. Unfortunately for the denizens of that planet, they neither have a Brett Favre, a Greg Jennings, or a Chuck Norris to save them.
     
  7. Yared-Yam

    Yared-Yam Cheesehead

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    Greg Jennings is God.

    Oh wait...
     
  8. Heatherthepackgirl

    Heatherthepackgirl Cheesehead

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    There are so many great things you can say about Brett Favre, but what I love about him is the fact he is a normal guy that just loves the game of football.
     
  9. umair

    umair Cheesehead

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    bump!!! :)
     
  10. Zombieslayer

    Zombieslayer Cheesehead

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    A guy was wearing a Brett Favre driver and was walking across the street and got hit by a drunk truck driver going 70 mph. It threw him 30 feet into a brick wall, but he got up and was fine.

    The very next day, he took the jersey off the wash it, and fell down the stairs and died.

    Moral of the story - never take off your Brett Favre jersey.
     
  11. Green_Bay_Packers

    Green_Bay_Packers Cheesehead

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    I Love those sums there great i also Love Brett Favre he is the best Quarterback ever
     
  12. olddavid

    olddavid Cheesehead

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    Go Bush. Queen TD :x
     
  13. Kleos

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    Favre for MVP
     
  14. WinnipegPackFan

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    NFL Records for:

    - Most Touchdowns Ever at 422

    -Most Wins Ever at 151

    -Most Consecutive Starts Ever at 161 ( including Playoffs )

    -Most completions Ever

    -Most Attempts Ever

    -Most MVP's Ever at 3

    - 50 300 yard passing games.................................

    - Only One losing season in his Career

    - A class Act !!


    A Couple of todays Quotes:

    Terry Bradshaw: "Brett Favre is the best I have ever seen. And I've never said that about anybody. He's simply the best. He's got the strongest arm, athleticism, field presence, leadership, poise and tenaciousness. He plays hurt, he's fun, he's infectious. He has everything I want to see, including the game-time decisions, the strengths and all the intangibles."

    Steve Young: "If you haven't played quarterback in the NFL you truly don't understand just how difficult it is, let alone to be great at it. Throwing one touchdown is hard but to do what Brett has done, come on. You can't give that record enough respect. Couple that with the consecutive games streak and what he has accomplished is beyond imagination. To have one of those records is astronomical, and he's got them all. It was an honor to compete against him and an honor to be his friend."
    Feel free to add on, I am still toasting our 4-0 :packbeer: :packbeer:
     
  15. nathaniel

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    Favreteen...classic!
     

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