If you noticed we didn’t throw this post up for Monday until Wednesday, you’re one of our very astute, loyal readers. For the other 7,442,999,993 people on earth, disregard.
Also, does anyone know if people still say, “A case of the Mondays”? The movie is almost 20 years old. I guess its cult-classic status insulates it from really becoming ironic.
These two were so cool that the other side of the pillow is jealous.
One pair for the entire magazine?
Everyone Could Stop Taking Alicia Silverstone’s Yogurt
There’s a lot going on here:
- Cubs color commentator Jim Deshaies reacts with a highly appropriate, “Oh shit!”
- Bryant is unfortunately one of the few guys not wearing the ”Phantom of the Opera” batting helmet.
- Bryant’s helmet cartoonishly spins around one full rotation, stays on his head and finishes almost perfectly in the forward facing position
- He never leaves his feet. If I took a 96 MPH fastball to the coconut, I’m making them carry me out of there like Maximus at the end of “Gladiator”.
Remember when “Stone Cold” Steve Austin was banging Debra McMichael during the WWE’s “Attitude Era” of professional wrestling?
You know who does remember? Debra’s ex-husband, Steve “Mango” McMichael, former 1985 Chicago Bears Super Bowl Champion,Ex-Profession Wrestler, and Meatball.
This Thursday is for Lovers reminds me of the time my Dad went to a bar in the Chicago suburbs where Steve McMichael was doing an autograph signing (Meatball) and my Dad’s buddy “Snotty” kept calling the bar and asking them to “Please page Steve Austin” over and over again.
And when the bar would page “Steve Austin” over the intercom, McMichael would look around like an asshole
How is “Best of the Best” not mentioned in the first paragraph of his Wikipedia page? Shameful.
Has Anyone Noticed Don King’s Erection? Really Couldn’t Hide It, Eh Fucker?