Well, that depends. If you’re a rich Texas oil tycoon like Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, a “glory hole” is a specific type of oil excavation.
On the other hand, if you’re pretty much anybody else, a “glory hole” means something else altogether.
(It has to do with sexual gratification, and that’s all I’m going to say. If you don’t know, just look it up yourself when you get home from work.)
I bring this up, of course, because at a recent press conference, the aforementioned Jerry Jones was talking about how he wanted to restore his proud franchise to greatness. But he didn’t say he wanted to return to the “glory days,” like most people would. Instead, he said he wanted to return to the “glory hole days.”
I kid you not. Check it out:
Luckily for Jerry, the Cowboys VP of public relations and communications, Rich Dalrymple, was on hand to explain that his boss (who didn’t seem to understand why everyone was laughing) was not talking about something that George Michael would do in a Beverly Hills restroom. If not for that, we’d all have the wrong idea about what to expect from the Cowboys during the upcoming NFL season.
Hat Tip – [Star Telegram]