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    "Sundeck" as a verb.

    Let’s face it - the Sundeck has a reputation for containing some less-than-spectacular communications. Why not have fun with that reputation and use “sundeck” as an action word? The problem is that it could have several meanings.

    What does it to mean to “sundeck” and/or to get “sundecked?”

    A. Be devoid of empathy/a complete disregard for the humanity of others.
    B. Grossly over-react/Panic over insignificant events.
    C. Ignorance/State unsupported opinions strongly.
    D. All the above simultaneously.
    E. Other (please specify)

    I look forward to reading your input.

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    The Giants are sundecking the Cardinals tonight.

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    Re: "Sundeck" as a verb.

    I think it's better as an adjective.

    The Cards SunDeck.

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    Re: "Sundeck" as a verb.

    So thats two votes for sundeck as innuendo?

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    Re: "Sundeck" as a verb.

    Quote Originally Posted by LeDoux View Post
    Let’s face it - the Sundeck has a reputation for containing some less-than-spectacular communications. Why not have fun with that reputation and use “sundeck” as an action word? The problem is that it could have several meanings.

    What does it to mean to “sundeck” and/or to get “sundecked?”

    A. Be devoid of empathy/a complete disregard for the humanity of others.
    B. Grossly over-react/Panic over insignificant events.
    C. Ignorance/State unsupported opinions strongly.
    D. All the above simultaneously.
    E. Other (please specify)

    I look forward to reading your input.
    I vote for B... it's seems to be the most common occurrence here in the Deck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boston Red View Post
    I think it's better as an adjective.

    The Cards SunDeck.
    This is still a verb. You would have to say something like 'I hate those SunDeck Cards' for it to be an adjective. Okay, I am turning off my internal nerd.

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    Re: "Sundeck" as a verb.

    Quote Originally Posted by texasdave View Post
    This is still a verb. You would have to say something like 'I hate those SunDeck Cards' for it to be an adjective. Okay, I am turning off my internal nerd.
    How about as an adverb?

    The Sun Deck sundecks sundeckly.
    That Joey Votto is some kind of Man Candy!

    "For them to boo me like that, it lets me know they dream about me at night.” -- Brandon Phillips on Cards fans.

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    Re: "Sundeck" as a verb.

    Quote Originally Posted by Brisco View Post
    I vote for B... it's seems to be the most common occurrence here in the Deck.
    This.

    Or perhaps my "sunshine blowing" is too much for a team that has gone 16-5 over the last 21. I mean, why on earth would someone feel confident in their team even if (dare I say it) Coco is on the mound.


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    Re: "Sundeck" as a verb.

    Quote Originally Posted by BurgervilleBuck View Post
    How about as an adverb?

    The Sun Deck sundecks sundeckly.
    It works for me.

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    Re: "Sundeck" as a verb.

    By the way, adverbs are slowly going the way of Pluto.
    Last edited by texasdave; 08-21-2010 at 01:56 AM.

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    Re: "Sundeck" as a verb.

    Quote Originally Posted by BurgervilleBuck View Post
    The Sun Deck sundecks sundeckly.
    That is way too much sundecking. You will slip a disc if that keeps up.

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    Re: "Sundeck" as a verb.

    Thought I would post some of my favorite songs growing up. Kickin' in it old school. =)

    1) Stevie Wonder - You are the Sun Deck of my life.
    2) Deep Purple - Smoke on the Sun Deck.
    3) Rolling Stones - (I can't get no) Sun Deck Action.
    4) Simon and Garfunkel - Bridge over troubled Sun Deck.
    5) Pink Floyd - Dark side of the Sun Deck
    6) Bruce Springsteen - Born to Sun Deck

    And the list goes on and on and on.

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    Re: "Sundeck" as a verb.

    Quote Originally Posted by Brisco View Post
    I vote for B... it's seems to be the most common occurrence here in the Deck.
    I agree. There's definitely a lot of overreaction here - especially the knee jerk variety. But I think that's common among all sports message board communities on the internet. Including the ORG side of this site. Just fans being fans, eh?


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    Re: "Sundeck" as a verb.

    Quote Originally Posted by texasdave View Post
    Thought I would post some of my favorite songs growing up. Kickin' in it old school. =)

    1) Stevie Wonder - You are the Sun Deck of my life.
    2) Deep Purple - Smoke on the Sun Deck.
    3) Rolling Stones - (I can't get no) Sun Deck Action.
    4) Simon and Garfunkel - Bridge over troubled Sun Deck.
    5) Pink Floyd - Dark side of the Sun Deck
    6) Bruce Springsteen - Born to Sun Deck

    And the list goes on and on and on.
    Keep it real my sundeck brothers

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    Re: "Sundeck" as a verb.

    Quote Originally Posted by texasdave View Post
    Thought I would post some of my favorite songs growing up. Kickin' in it old school. =)

    1) Stevie Wonder - You are the Sun Deck of my life.
    2) Deep Purple - Smoke on the Sun Deck.
    3) Rolling Stones - (I can't get no) Sun Deck Action.
    4) Simon and Garfunkel - Bridge over troubled Sun Deck.
    5) Pink Floyd - Dark side of the Sun Deck
    6) Bruce Springsteen - Born to Sun Deck

    And the list goes on and on and on.
    Too funny. While we're kickin' it old school, here's another ...

    Kansas - Carry On My Wayward Sun Deck


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