I'm reaching deep into my bag for this one. Dumping Them Out was built on Boob GIF's. I always knew that one day I would resort to asses. The timing is finally right.
I'm down bad right now. This weekend I went back to Bowling Green, Ohio for the Bowling Green vs. Michigan State hockey series. I met up with the guys from Everything College Hockey (James, Connor, and Myles) for a College Hockey Gameday video.
We drove up to Michigan State on Friday night and made some content with Marcy Creevy (from Barstool Idol, runs the Barstool Michigan State account). The next day we put on a live show at a bar in Bowling Green, then we went to the Saturday night game in Bowling Green.
I'll write a full blog recapping the the weekend (probably tomorrow). I think it went well. We're dropping a video as well. But this blog isn't about hockey. It's about Ass GIF's
I woke up this morning at 4am to catch a flight home. We didn't get home last night until 2am. I am running on very little sleep. My girlfriend's parents were visiting her in Jersey City this weekend. They were planning on leaving this morning, but then they decided they wanted to see me, so they extended their stay. It was very nice of them. The perfect thing to come home to after a long weekend and 2 hours of sleep.
This blog has reminded me that I am overdue for a colonoscopy.
I am supposed to get one every 2 years, because I have something called Lynch Syndrome, which makes me 50% more likely to develop colon cancer.
It is a little scary, but colon cancer is very treatable as long as you catch it early. Hence the frequent colonoscopies at such a young age.
I've only had one colonoscopy so far. It's not too bad. The worst part is the day before you need to "clean out your system", so you drink this solution that makes you shit like crazy until your stomach fully empty. You can't eat for 24 hours leading up to it either. So the day leading up to the colonoscopy is nothing but pooping and being really hungry.
1 in 23 men will be diagnosed with colorectal cancer at some point in their life, but 1 in 3 men are not up to date on there colorectal screening
60% of colorectal cancer deaths can be prevented with proper screening.
The whole College Hockey Gameday experience was awesome. I got to do a lot of things I never thought I would get to do, and I think it was a really cool thing for my hometown. But I am glad that it is over for now. I am excited to get to sleep and have a good week of blogs and Rundowns. Jeff Nadu is scheduled to be on Tuesday. Thank you for reading. I look forward to your honest feedback.