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First of all, there is a website called Urine Feces Everywhere, which apparently discusses hygiene and poop and piss. This post could probably end right here and we’d all go home better people. But alas, it’s not over.
The Adults-Only Version Of Monday Night’s Cubs Game Involved A Fan Making Fellatious Gestures Behind Home Plate
The Cubs-Pirates game went late Monday night. Real late. After a 3 1/2-hour rain delay, the game didn’t finish until 1:28 a.m. local time (2:28 a.m. on the East Coast). If you braved the game until the wee hours of the morning, you were treated to this man, who wanted to make sure you didn’t change the channel to Real Sex by offering up some steamy TV of his own. Watch the NC-17 mime, after the jump.
Seems like the four guys pictured at left let life imitate art a little too much here. We know some rappers love to go on about beating people up, cavorting around with “trifling hoes” and other various cool rapper activities, but that doesn’t mean you do it for your music video.
One Chicago Cubs fan pulled off a Wrigley Field tradition unlike anyone before him: check it out after the jump.
What better day than Memorial Day to have a flyover? For the Chicago Cubs, no day at all – but the timing could have been better.
The NFL playoffs will place one of the sport’s oldest rivalries at the forefront when the Packers and Bears square off for a spot in the Super Bowl this weekend. But what was it like the last time these two teams met in the playoffs – almost 70 years ago?
After all the hand-wringing over the “one end zone” rule for the Northwestern-Illinois game at Wrigley Field today, was there any question we’d see a score in the zone that wasn’t supposed to be in use? Of course not.
Remember that picture of Wrigley Field fitted for football – pictures you’ve probably seen more like as tomorrow’s game there between Northwestern and Illinois draws near? It was neat, right? Well, that game just got weirder.
Wrigley Field has a rich football tradition – the Chicago Bears played there for a half-century through 1970. And later this month, Illinois and Northwestern will revive that long-dormant tradition.