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Need LSU Football chant with "boudin" in it

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lgoodwood Oct 19, 2007 10:59 AM

Does anyone out there know the words to an LSU football chant that mentions several foods? I know one of them is boudin. One might be grits and cochon might be mentioned as well. Need this for a program at work. Go Tigers!

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    ricepad RE: lgoodwood Oct 19, 2007 01:19 PM

    I think a new and revised version also has the word "choke" in it...

    Heh.

    1. sailormouth RE: lgoodwood Oct 19, 2007 08:06 PM

      Whenever Tulane gets crushed by LSU our chant turns to "S.A.T. SCORES." Perhaps you could google SAT and go from there?

      Example: A goose is to foie gras as a tiger is to:

      a. stuffed b. liver c. mmm mmm tasty d. all of the above.

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        MakingSense RE: lgoodwood Oct 19, 2007 08:59 PM

        Hot boudin!
        Cold coushe-coushe!
        Allons, Tigres!
        Push, push, push!!! (pronounced "poosh, poosh, poosh" to rhyme with coushe-coushe.

        Now, since fewer speak French than when I went to LSU, and NEVER missed a home game in Death Valley, "Allons, Tigres" is "Come on, Tigers!"

        Are there any other schools that cheer about food? Only in South Louisiana?

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          diobahn RE: lgoodwood Oct 21, 2007 09:30 AM

          boudin, boudin say dey gonna beat dem tigers.

          boudin..............boudin,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

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            MakingSense RE: diobahn Oct 21, 2007 09:42 AM

            That sounds like the old Saints Who Dat? cheer...

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              diobahn RE: MakingSense Oct 21, 2007 11:02 AM

              ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,the Saints ain't got no boudin, cher

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                MakingSense RE: diobahn Oct 21, 2007 12:03 PM

                we've eaten lots of boudin while watching Saints games since they played at the old Tulane Stadium Uptown in the 60s.

                The cheer you may be thinking of - in the very best Yat accent you can manage - goes like this:

                Who dat, Who dat,
                Who dat think
                dey gonna beat dem Saints?

                Unfortunately, too many people think dey will and dey do - year after year and dis year don't look like it gonna be no diff'rent.

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