Daycare at Mississippi State

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By posting this picture from the Men’s room of the Student Academic Center for Athletes at Mississippi State, I am in no way insinuating that the Bulldog student athletes or their support staff would ever dispose of their offspring in any way shape or form.  Or that Greg Byrnne then collects these recepticals because he requires supple baby feet for their life giving nutrients.  Or that Dan Mullen has his players punch unwed mothers in their pregnant bellies to build their arm strength and stamina and the above photo is just a byproduct.  Im sure that the proximity of the trash can to the baby changing station is for convenience purposes only.

But seriously, Mississippi State football players totally kill babies. 

[HT: Patrick]

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7 responses to “Daycare at Mississippi State

  1. It seems a little too convenient to not be true. The third awesome Mississippi State story of the off-season. One-thousand cocktails to the Dan Mullen regime.

  2. Wait? There’s a trash can next to a baby changing station?!? Holy shit, that is hilarious. Only in Starkville would someone put a trash can next to a baby changing station!

  3. I see you arent a fan of baby killing jokes. Thats odd, as a State fan I figured you’d be quite familiar with abortions.

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  5. No, I’m a fan of jokes that are actually *funny*, whether they involve dead babies or not.

    Oh well, this isn’t Deadspin or EDSBS.

  6. Ooohh a *personal dig* about our *unfunny post* and our *unfunny website*.

    That being said, you dont find it even a little odd/humourous that the men’s bathroom in the student center for athletes has a baby changing station at all? So be it.

  7. I’m sure there’s a handbook sitting in the Mississippi IHL office that mandates x amount of baby changing stations in every publicly-funded building. The center is brand spanking new, so it’s more up-to-date code-wise that most buildings. As a someone who works in the design industry, I’m not surprised at all.

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