8.12.2009

Texas Tech Groom Cake

I don't think these photos have been widely circulated (I received them in an email.) That man must love the Red Raiders. And the bride must have a sense of humor. But I noticed that the scoreboard displays the score against the University of Texas from last year. I like Tech, too, but I fear for them when they go to Austin on September 19th. (Thanks, Matt.)

20 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wonder why the cake doesn't have the 2006 TCU-Tech score on it.

Go Frogs!

Anonymous said...

Hop along 12:47, you just a little fella. This cake is pure gold, and genius.
Get them guns up!

Anonymous said...

Tech should be afraid of UT - the raiders have diddly squat!!

Anonymous said...

Didn't you have one of Floyd Casey Stadium at wedding #4?

Anonymous said...

TCU Stadium Groom's Cake:

http://www.spitbloodtcu.com/2009/08/i-love-tcu.html

Equally if not way more awesome than a Texas Tech Groom's Cake!

Anonymous said...

The TCU cake is awesome, too! Go, frogs...makes me long for my college days at TCU, long gone.

Anonymous said...

I've always wondered why young people have incorporated their alumnus university into their daily lives. Were these people founders of the school? Do they not have other hobbies? Do they not have friends to inform them that they look like homosexuals?

There's nothing worse than a dumbass sooner fan who acts as though they are on the Board of Regents about to fire a coach on staff.

Get your degree...
Use the degree...
Start a life...
Support your school...
But don't be a douche...

Anonymous said...

Or how bout the TECH-TCU game in 2004. 70-35 TECH. OUCH!

Gorilla said...

I wonder if the section where I used to stand for tech games has a jagermeister/vomit flavor.

Anonymous said...

I would have tossed tortillas onto the cake if I were there.

Anonymous said...

1:20 Who is Diddly Squat? Is he that new Juco transfer I been hearing about?

Anonymous said...

2:24, did you even go to college?!

Anonymous said...

Awesome cake! Wreck em Tech!

Anonymous said...

I'm with 2:24....
That crap gets old. After you graduate it's time to grow up.

Just let it go, man.
It's great that you went to (insert school)but so have 1 million other people who have grown up torefrain from using cakes as a tribute. Geeeez.

Double Fake John Lanier said...

Hey Barry - would you make a post featuring a pic of a nice, cold slice of watermelon, and advertise the Forestburg Watermelon Festival, which is coming up Saturday, August 15? This time of year, watermelon is certainly called for, not some heavy cake with lots of sugary icing, although I'll bet there is some of that at the BBQ luncheon.

The parade starts at 10:30AM, or so. You know how that goes.....could be 10:15, could be 10:45....come early so you can stand around and visit, or get hot, depending on how the day goes. And by hot, I mean temperature hot, not that other hot.

Anonymous said...

I'd hate to think my life was so miserable that I was forced to define myself by something as insignificant as the school from which I received my degree.

Anonymous said...

Diddly Squat?? is that what they do on their honeymoon???

Anonymous said...

I don't think there is anything wrong with this.
When you are in your 20s getting married, the college you graduated from may not define you, but it is a part of who you are. Besides, all of you bad mouthers, it is just a cake. How does your selection of a college cake mean that it defines you? If someone goes with a traditional chocolate grooms cake does that mean that chocolate defines them? Of course not. Graduating from college is something to be proud of. First of all, not everyone goes to college and not everyone graduates either. I am guessing the few comments that were against this were from people who did not graduate from college. In other words, they couldn't understand.

Anonymous said...

Gorilla: HA HA HA! ! !

Anonymous said...

I think it's awesome! Hope I can have one done comparable for my son's wedding next year! Go Tech!