Russell Wilson Wins Burritos For Life!

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Re: Russell Wilson Wins Burritos For Life!
Thu Mar 21, 2013 11:53 am
  • Hey, the wood they made that card out of looks like old-growth timber to me...
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Re: Russell Wilson Wins Burritos For Life!
Thu Mar 21, 2013 12:53 pm
  • Really cheap advertising. $5 to have a pro bowl QB show up at your restaurant.
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  • I wonder how beak boy is taking all the DangeRuss news, seeing as how he isn't getting near as much from what I can tell.
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  • Somewhere...Jim Harbaugh is abusing a clipboard because of this...
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  • I doubt he only got the card for the endorsement, unless his endorsement agency got one too.
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  • CALIHAWK1 wrote:Rich get richer.

    Good for him
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    FREE BURRITOS!!??!!
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    FREE BURRITOS!!??!!


    LMAO that's hilarious
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  • Fun Fact: Burrito is Spanish for Russell Wilson.
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  • but.but., I thought it was free pancakes @ IHOP
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  • Russ will be just fine as long as he has his Chipotle-way !

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  • When I read the article, the #1 comment was "I love it when rich people get free stuff".... it does seem that way, but RW isn't rich...YET.
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  • nsport wrote:When I read the article, the #1 comment was "I love it when rich people get free stuff".... it does seem that way, but RW isn't rich...YET.


    Well he sure as hell ain't poor.
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  • Tech Worlds wrote:
    nsport wrote:When I read the article, the #1 comment was "I love it when rich people get free stuff".... it does seem that way, but RW isn't rich...YET.


    Well he sure as hell ain't poor.


    correct
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  • nsport wrote:When I read the article, the #1 comment was "I love it when rich people get free stuff".... it does seem that way, but RW isn't rich...YET.


    My response to that is...

    I love it when people that can't get rich on their own get jealous. ;)
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  • RolandDeschain wrote:
    nsport wrote:When I read the article, the #1 comment was "I love it when rich people get free stuff".... it does seem that way, but RW isn't rich...YET.


    My response to that is...

    I love it when people that can't get rich on their own get jealous. ;)


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  • Blitzer88 wrote:I want free burritos for life...........


    I can say safely that giving me a lifetime of burritos wouldn't be that many.

    :roll:
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  • The Radish wrote:
    Blitzer88 wrote:I want free burritos for life...........


    I can say safely that giving me a lifetime of burritos wouldn't be that many.

    :roll:


    Something tells me RW is probably in the same boat. I have never had Chipotle but I can't see it being extremely healthy.
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  • JGfromtheNW wrote:
    The Radish wrote:
    Blitzer88 wrote:I want free burritos for life...........


    I can say safely that giving me a lifetime of burritos wouldn't be that many.

    :roll:


    Something tells me RW is probably in the same boat. I have never had Chipotle but I can't see it being extremely healthy.


    The individual ingredients arent that bad for you depending on what you get. Its just a ton of heavy food. It usually makes me feel full in a bad, bloated way when I eat there.
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  • I wouldn't mind one of those cards. Who wouldn't. Saw one of the hottest ladies at a Chipotle but wussed out again from saying anything. sigh Anyway, good show Russ. Eat up.
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