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Phrase Cool as the other side of the pillow.
Anchor Stuart Scott
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How Is It Used?
Sure a phrase may "read" cool, but how is it really used? In what situation would someone yell it out? You can submit and catalog how the phrases are used along with their cultural references. The currently logged uses are listed below.
Hitting free throws at the end of a close game.
Draining a long putt on 18 to win a golf tournament.
Stepping up in the pocket amid chaos and completing a short pass.
Getting out of a big jam in the 9th inning.
Sometimes Linda Cohn will mock Stuart by saying "Hot as the side of the pillow you're on."
Scott's key catch phrase.
Scoring touchdowns like nothing.
When someone does a nice fake and scores on a penalty shot.
When that player is pretty good.
After a monstrous home run.
When Marshall Faulk ran for a touchdown.
Ichiro stealing second.
Straight up Righteous!
When someone wins the World Series.
When Jason Barnett gets hurt
Michael Vick breaking defensive players' ankles.
When Tiger Woods sticks the ball inches from the hole for an eagle.
Reference: "I'm So Fly" -LLoyd Banks
He actually borrowed this phrase from Vin Scully
Makin' a half court shot look easy.
Hittin' a walk-off homer.
Yeah, I just wanted to add/agree that Stuart didn't invent this one.
Stolen by Scott Van Pelt.
why dont they have when stu scott says "He makes the fellas say HO and the ladies scream!"
stuart scott has it copyrighted
it means the pillow is cool on the other side
pillow is cool on the other side
Stuart - you did not make up "cool as the other side of the pillow" Try something original.
Stuart Scott stole this phrase, not from the legendary Vin Scully, as was suggested above, but from Wayne Walker, the former All Pro linebacker and color man for Detroit Lion broadcasts, who was using it to describe Joe Montana. ESPN anchors are notorious for pop cultural plagiarism, and there is no better example than Scott's taking credit for this wonderful descriptor.
He stole this from a contestant on Stump The Schwab. He asked the guy how he was doing and the contestant replied with the phrase. Scott's response was, "I'm going to use that"
When a pitcher strikes out a batter in a close game.
I went to Notre Dame the same time as Montana and have followed his career religiously. I am a big fan of Stuart Scott but the phrase was used to describe Joe Montana years ago by another broadcaster.
It was also a line in the 1969 movie "Guns of the Magnificent Seven".
when i say so bish
whenever u want ya mutthead
This phrase was first used by Wayne Walker to describe Joe Montana. You can rewind CBS archives to find the exact date. I am guessing somewhere around 30 years ago. It may have been used before then, but after the aforementioned occurrence it made quite a bit of news in the Bay Area. Chris Berman probably remembers this.
When you have an erection lasting for more than 4 hours.
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