cop–out also copout n. Slang A failure to fulfill a commitment or responsibility or to face a difficulty squarely.
As used in a sentence: This is a cop out post.
I’m lazy, watching the Leafs game, and am just going to give my opinion on some hilarious sports stories from around the world wide web.
- The first one, takes us to one of the more depressing cities in America… Cleveland!
Apparently the Browns owner, Randy Lerner, is “sick” with the state of his team. Really? You mean 9 points in the last two games isn’t good enough? Don’t be too discouraged though. That’s pretty good in hockey, and excellent for soccer.
What’s partly so funny about this article though, is that it begins by mentioning that Lerner wants to add a “strong, credible, serious leader” to his team.
However, the next point says that Lerner will meet with a man named “Dawg Pound Mike” (a season ticket holder) who is fed up with the state of the team.
Hopefully this is the “leader” he was talking about, because that would just be hilarious and actually pretty fitting for the Browns to do… Besides, his name certainly sounds strong. Not sure about the credible and serious though.
- The second story brings us to the world of track and/or field.
Apparently Usain Bolt has adopted a baby cheetah from the Nairobi National Park in Kenya. It’s name is lightning bolt. I don’t care who you are, that’s just plain bad ass.
- Finally… Apparently, the Calgary Flames got their swine flu shots before the rest of the general public.
Basically what that means is, that this guy:
Got his flu shot before this kid:
Real classy Calgary. I hope you’re proud of yourselves.