Monday, November 26, 2007

UVA STUDENTS DISCOVER NEW WORD

A group of University of Virginia anthropology students who are studying ancient languages made a startling discovery last Saturday prior to the Wahoos annual tilt with arch-rival Virginia Tech.

Evidently, in almost every ancient language the word "groh" means "just good enough to keep your job, but not good enough to win an ACC Championship or to beat your hated in-state rival."

In a few other ancient languages, the word "groh" means "never achieveing world dominance" which the students believed was secret code for "National Champions."

Who knew?

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