Wednesday, March 07, 2007

Who Would You Do?

I usually save follow-ups for the weekend but I couldn't wait on this one. I got an IM that was pretty funny and I wanted to share it with you:

After Tuesday and last week, this is something you might enjoy:
Pacman Sno-Cone: This is when Pacman packs a stripper’s bare asscrack with crushed ice and then pees in it.

Thought that brought together a couple posts rather well.

It's March. And you know what my favortie part of March is? That is comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb.

Ok, just kidding, it is really a toss up between March Madness and MTV Spring Break. I used to love MTV Spring Break - in fact, someday when I'm loaded, I'm just going to make an MTV Spring Break channel (and by loaded I mean rich not drunk, although in this case it might need to be both). That should work out well. And yes, I know that's not a clip from MTV Spring Break a few lines back, but what am I going to show you that is even remotely SFW? Besides, this is a family website.

Anyway, remember when I talked about things that should be improved in television? Well, in the spirit of March Madness, someone has created a "Who Would You Do" tournament of sideline reporters and one of them was Andrea Kraemer. I say "was" because it turns out she got smoked (big surprise, she went against number 1 seed Erin Andrews). It's good to know other people agree with me.

I'm impressed with the dedication of Zach L - he's apparently been running a "season" of this stuff, culminating in this tourney. The tourney is underway, but it is far from over. Of note, Bonnie Bernstein escaped the dreaded 5-12 matchup with Michelle "In the Ghetto, My Last Name is a First Name" Tafoya. I'm pretty sure Erin Andrews will win, but you never know - the Internets are a crazy place. Of course, if Erin Andrews doesn't win, we should prolly call in Kirk Herbsteit.

Check it out. Get out and vote. Make a difference.

You know what this reminds me of? Liquid Generation's "Who'd You Rather?" which gives you two celebrities and lets you pick who'd you rather (you fill in the blank). Pretty basic and SFW. They also had another fun name called Who's Boobs where you see some boobs (and nothing else) and have to pick a celebrtiy to which they belong. Pretty much NSFW there, but still intriguing.

Why do I bring that up? Because, as a dude, its built into my genes to notice boobs. It just happens - I don't even have to look at them. I have 20/20 memory when it comes to bresticles. Why all of the talk about boobs? Because recently a pair of moderately famous (and I use that phrase loosely) boobs have changed - the boobs of Kellie Pickler. You know, she was on American Idol last season? I don't know - I don't watch that show - but she got mentioned on The Soup (watch that!) enough that I know who she is.

Anyway, here's a video of Kellie from last season. My recommendation to you (if you don't like country music) is to push play then pause, let the video load and go to about half way through and take a look.

Nothing wrong with that. Apparently, her managers didn't thing so. Here's the new look...

Update: YouTube removed this video, so I posted the full version up here. Wait until about 1 minute in and check out the comment from Ryan.

A little bigger, no? Honestly, this would have flown right under the radar except Ryan, and Simon later on, are obsessed with them. I don't think Seacrest looks her in the eyes once.

That should be all of the evidence you need. And have no fear fellow Skeet Throwers, I'll keep watching and let you know if I notice anymore changes on Kellie or anyone else. This kind of job needs to be handled by someone and I guess I'll just have to do it.

One final side note on that "One Shining Moment" video - I posted it because it was the last time that:

  1. Kentucky won the National Championship

  2. Nebraska made the big dance (Lil' Red makes an appearance early on in that video)

How the mighty have fallen...

1 comment:

D Wheezy said...

Having just watched Spider-Man 2, your post brought something to my attention.

Joel McHale (host of "The Soup") was the bank guy in Spider-Man 2 who wouldn't give poor Aunt May a loan to refinance her home.

Don't know why anybody would ever care, but there ya have it.