“Culling the thoughts that occur when you’re standing around waiting for something to happen”
Thank the good lord for the genius who invented the little black bar.
That thin veil — the last line of defense between a naked body and a cold, shiver down the spine.
If there’s one thing many athletes lack, it’s shame. From Vlad Guerrero strutting nude in the Texas Ranger locker room to the high school wrestler who dons his brand new singlet on the first day of practice by dropping trou in the middle of the team’s wrestling room without hesitation or regard for the horrified sports reporter standing within eyeshot.
The Internet doesn’t have much use for black bars as athletes are innovating ways to take the nudity outside of the locker room.
Photos of Brett Favre — and allegedly of little Brett — are the latest to surface on the Internet.
The Minnesota Viking quarterback allegedly sent camera-phone pictures of his, for a lack of a funnier term, “junk” to then New York Jets Game Day host Jenn Sterger.
Here’s hoping the Vikes don’t call for any naked bootlegs on Monday night when they take on the Jets.
Some recent athletes that have gone ‘commando:’
* If Tyler Thomas is in a beaver uniform this weekend, it won’t be of the Oregon State variety when OSU takes on the University of Arizona on the gridiron.
The offensive lineman was booted from the team in August after he was arrested on suspicion of criminal trespassing, criminal mischief and resisting arrest.
What? A guy can’t break into someone’s home with a liver soaked in booze and no clothes? Police allegedly took the belligerent Thomas down with tasers. They say the smell of burnt brisket still haunts that house.
* Greg Cullen has found his clothes and a new job as defensive line coach for the Jacksonville Jaguars. Cullen, you may recall, was arrested after driving through a Wendy’s drive through in his birthday suit while coaching for the Detroit Lions. It’s a good thing for Cullen that in Jacksonville, he’s not very far from Paradise Valley Resort, a noted nudist hotspot in Northeast Georgia.