A difficult sport that involves lots of long distance running. Cross country involves running about 5-12 miles a day for practice, and 5 kilometers for every race at the high school level. Cross country is somewhat related to track. However, track is shorter distances over a rubber surface while cross country is a long distance race over grass and/or trails.
A Fundamentalist. One who takes the Bible too literally. Some stories in the Bible are not true, they are only meant to prove a point. (Take creation for example. God did NOT create everything in 7 days and 7 nights...the story is there just so you understand that God created everything.)
Usually fundies are so extreme in their religious beliefs that they persecute others that do not believe the same way.
"A Bible in the hand of one man is sometimes more dangerous than a gun in the hand of another." -To Kill A Mockingbird
I hate it when fundies who support Bush are like "Pro-Bush, Pro-Christ, Pro-War, Pro-Life." How can you be both "Pro-War" and "Pro-Christ?"
1. A high school team (of any sport) that qualifies for the State Championship and acts as if they are God's gift to the world. They can usually be found bragging on Facebook or strutting around town wearing hoodies, sweats, t-shirts, and other articles of clothing with "STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS" written all over it. They are also blissfully unaware of the fact that spectators and a majority of their competitors find their attitude appalling. State chumps are the downfall of respectful competition.
2. Someone who wins a State Championship (individual or team title) and proceeds to broadcast it to the world. Usually someone who has won the title more than once and has become accustomed to wearing it on their sleeve.
Variations can include:
...the list goes on.
Person 1: "Wow, the Northview cross country team is warming up in matching State hoodies. Were they State Champs?"
Person 2: "Nah, they're just a bunch of state chumps."
"I was getting SO sick of their bragging. I'm glad somebody finally beat those league chumps."