Does anyone use the term “Boy Howdy” anymore? It’s a term that I heard and used a lot in growing up in West Texas. I didn’t think anything of using it until I moved out of state to go to college. I remember one of the first days my freshman year, all of the guys from my dorm room floor got together for a meet and greet and when someone asked me if I was a Razorback fan, I said without embarrassment “Boy Howdy, am I!” It was months until I heard the end of the mockery that ensued. I think when we all started taking ourselves so seriously in the 90s as a backlash to the ridiculous 80s, terms like “Boy Howdy” were almost ridiculed into extinction. That’s my pop-sociologist diagnosis.
Please humor me for a moment while I dust off the term“Boy Howdy” for this post.
Boy Howdy, I like Topps Chrome!
I picked up a couple of rack packs today and am thinking seriously about building this set. I’ll wait until the newness wears off and take another look, but these are sweet, sweet cards. And I will echo what I have heard from others in saying that the curling issues seem to be solved. At $8.99 a pack they are expensive though, and I suppose I could build a base set off the secondary market much more cheaply later this fall. Enough from me, here is what I got:
No major pulls, although I’m happy about the Orange Pujols and Stanton. I guess I actually did pretty poorly on these packs, as I didn’t get any numbered cards or hits. But the quality of these cards alone made them worth the purchase.