I Have A Madness And The Only Cure Is More Sno-Cones.

March madness

You may have heard of this sickness that is going around, it’s called March Madness and once a year it infects millions of college basketball fans. Alas, I am one of the infected. And by “alas” I mean, “Hell yeah! It’s March Madness baby!!! Whoop whoop!” So, as you can tell, I’ve got the March Madness pretty badly. Luckily, my madness has cleared long enough (it’s a commercial break) for me to think of a few potential cures for my Springtime ailment.

1. April 3

2. A constant diet of sno-cones. I think the sugar high would really help clear my head.

3. Baseball season

Commercial break is over now and I can feel the madness taking over again. Soon, I’ll be jumping on my couch, cursing like a sailor, and demanding that college basketball players perform miracles on the court. Send sno-cones stat!


38 thoughts on “I Have A Madness And The Only Cure Is More Sno-Cones.

  1. Corey says:

    Sno-Cones…that’s the opposite of the Red Bull I’ve been drinking to watch basketball games for 72 hours straight. πŸ™‚

    Just posted about it earlier today as well. Haven’t been able to do much since the tourney started, except add you to my blogroll! Thanks for posting your crazy thoughts. Love it.

  2. I’m glad you live in TX because Peppermeister would be totally in love with you. Tomorrow he is commencing his ritual of taking off work to watch basketball whilst eating loads of White Castle. At least I don’t have to pay the dog walker. πŸ˜‰

  3. “Madness, you mean?” said the Professor quite coolly. “Oh, you can make your minds easy about that. One has only to look at her and talk to her to see that she is not mad.” -The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe.

  4. stevesw says:

    The other benefit of sno-cones is eating them fast and getting brain freeze. On a season high note, one of my alums , Towson State U, set an NCAA Div 1 record by losing 41 straight. Sadly, in as January closed out, the Tigers had to give up the β€˜League Leader’ tittle, and became just another name in the records book when they won against NC Wilmington.

  5. Our local italian ice place just reopened — now I’m going to have to stop there on the way home…thanks alot! πŸ™‚

    I used to be obsessed with March Madness, especially when I worked in a large office. I even came in 2nd one year…

  6. Lol.. That is great. I want a sno cone. Do you have any brackets made? Who’s your final four? After basketball its all about FOOTBALL..bby πŸ™‚

    1. Oh, you know I have my brackets totally filled out. My final four are Baylor (I’m a BU alum) Marquette, Ohio St. and Kansas. I’ve got BU winning the entire thing, of course. πŸ™‚

      1. I have Marquette losing to Louisville. I have Kansas being upset by Perdue.(a stretch, but not a big one) My final four is UNC, Louisville, Ohio State and Baylor. Ohio State wins it all; bruised, but not broken.

      2. Shockingly, I’m still at 98% despite calling some big games wrong. Missouri losing was my big shocker but as a Baylor Bear it felt pretty good at the same time. πŸ˜‰

      3. Sweet! I fell to 96% but that’s mostly because I chose Creighton to upset UNC- why I did that, I have no idea. My boyfriend is a huge buckeye fan as well so when I’m not cheering to Baylor, I’m cheering for The Ohio State University. πŸ™‚

  7. I love sno cones ! I think i have a sugar problem, i just wrote about jelly beans.
    Maybe I’d like basketball better with a cone, I am willing to give it a try.
    But my focus this time of year : Go Phillies !

  8. Make sure you keep plenty of napkins on hand. Enthusiastic consumption of sno-cones while watching basketball can lead to dribbling.

    Go Bears!

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