Enjoy some photos of the NFL’s top quarterbacks in some photos they wish they never took…
Articles from September 2010
Picture this for a minute. You just took the last bite of a four-course meal at your home that was cooked by your girl–Just you two at the dining room table. Perhaps there is a candle at the table, or a flower, or something else that’s socially romantic. After your last bite, you walk to the kitchen and grab the step-stool, bring it into the dining room and place it beside her.
She knows it’s coming, but she continues to play coy. She is mesmerized as you climb the two steps, point your buttocks in her direction, and let a four-second, two-octave fart blast right into her face. You hold the pose for a couple of seconds after the fart, just for the effect. You then step down, knowing that you’ve really put an exclamation point on the romantic night. She proceeds to stare into your eyes lovingly. Her eyes swell up as she’s consumed by the moment. She slowly takes your hand…and takes you to bed for some romantic intercoursings.
Absurd thought? Unfortunately it is. Whatever…let’s assume the toot you threw in her face smelled like a dozen roses. (more…)
I’m a pretty hardcore baseball fan. I’ve played and watched baseball my entire life and I love everything about it. I’m willing to bet there aren’t many people out there into our national pastime more than I am.
I’ve attended my fair share of baseball games over the years and every time I go, I always see some actions by other fans that get under my skin. Some people just don’t know the right way to watch a baseball game. When I go to games with Mrs. Sacks or my brother, I complain about these things constantly. I guess I just can’t understand how people don’t enjoy the game as much as me.
Because of this, I’ve created some rules to inform you less-passionate baseball fans out there the proper way to attend a ball game.
Rule #1: Leaving the game early is not allowed (There are only a few exceptions to this rule) (more…)
A few years ago there was this great sports blog called Fire Joe Morgan–you may have heard of it. This was a site founded by three baseball fans that would find awful examples of sports writing and then proceed to make fun of it.
The site was brilliantly written and was one of my favorite sites to go on. It was later revealed that the founders of this blog were actually writers for NBC’s “The Office” and “Parks and Recreation.” Unfortunately, their work responsibilities outweighed their blog responsibilities and they gave up writing for the blog in 2008.
Fast forward to September 2010. A sportswriter named Johnette Howard decided to write this piece of garbage on ESPN.com about the New York Jets. Since FJM is no longer around, I am going to try and do my best FJM impression on this article titled: The downside of Rex Ryan’s Bluster. Her words are in bold. (more…)
Don Valdez, Deuce McGee and myself got together last Thursday night to do our second-ever podcast. This podcast is all about NFL predictions. Unfortunately, I couldn’t get around to editing it until today and thus many of Deuce McGee’s predictions are already horribly wrong.
Regardless, you should still check it out. We’ll give you our Super Bowl predictions, our fantasy breakout stars and a lightning round segment where we go through some predictions you won’t find anywhere else.
In this post we have lots of entertaining links, including the 20 strangest sex laws, fat chicks that think they’re hot and much more. There’s also an enjoyable NSFW picture at the bottom of the post.
Boise State QB Fucking His Way from Rathdrum to Pocatello (Sports Pickle)
20 Strangest Sex Laws (Muffslap)
Fat Chicks That Think They’re Hot (The Lamest)
Boobies and Kittens (Funny or Die)
Making Fun of Tragic Celebrity Deaths (Bros Like this Site)
Jon Gruden and Tim Tebow Reunion (Kissing Suzy Kolber)
NFL Preseason Pigskinpalooza (ESPN Page 2)
Babes of the US Open (COED Magazine)
It’s time for another installment of “Unintentionally Funny Local Commercials”—the original LWB feature which takes a look at a local commercial that is just so bad, it’s actually funny. Today’s local commercial is for 2 Brother’s Scrap Metal, a company in New York that obviously sells scrap metal. Here’s the commercial…
The commercial starts out with an all too familiar situation: two teenage girls trying to figure what to do with their scrap metal. What an age-old conundrum! Man if I had a dime for every time two teenage girls struggled to figure out a way to use excess scrap metal, I’d have well… a dime!—Because this is the only time in the history of the universe, that two young girls ever had this conversation. (more…)