Kate Upton: I Hate My Big Beautiful Breasts

Ugh, I know. TMZ. Bleh. But the headline caught my eye on Reddit.

Upton told The Sun in Britain she wishes for a smaller rack everyday … because of her love for things like going braless in a spaghetti string top and wearing small bikinis.

She adds, “Every single day, I’m like, ‘Oh, man, it would be so much easier,’ especially if people didn’t constantly bring them up.” This coming from the girl who constantly flaunts her boobs in magazines like Sports Illustrated, Vogue and Vanity Fair and made a fortune off her floaters.

Seriously though, Kate’s got a reasonably pretty face, but her rack is what made her famous. Her hating those sweater stuffers of hers is like a singer hating their voice or Stallone or Schwarzenegger hating having muscles.

Whoa there! As the nice people from Comcast explained, It’s not a “cap” it’s a “data threshold”. How Comcastic.*

In all seriousness, I hope one of the conditions the government includes if they allow that merger to go through is no caps/thresholds with overage charges. Or if there absolutely has to be some sort of cap that it’s much bigger than 300 gigs. Even 500 gigs sounds more reasonable.

* There really does need to be some sort of universal sarcasm font or HTML tag.

Shocked that the Ultimate Warrior has passed away.
My earliest recollection of Warrior was when he was feuding with the late Ravishing Rick Rude. After that Warrior was probably the second biggest babyface, which is wrestling-speak for “good guy”, in the company. So, not long after, when he went up against Hogan people went crazy for it.
After that, his star dimmed quite a bit, and as the fans grew up a lot of us realized he was rather limited as an in-ring performer.
Of course, the man was known for cutting batshit crazy, rambling, nonsensical promos.
In the last few years, it seems he mainly released rants on YouTube and made a crazy internet show where he was a personal trainer to awful metal bands. His training method consisted of screaming at the musicians and making them run while wearing a ton of chains. It was gloriously crazy and weird.
Still, if you grew up in the 80s or early 90s, you probably have some fond memories of the man, and his death will make you a little sad.

Shocked that the Ultimate Warrior has passed away.

My earliest recollection of Warrior was when he was feuding with the late Ravishing Rick Rude. After that Warrior was probably the second biggest babyface, which is wrestling-speak for “good guy”, in the company. So, not long after, when he went up against Hogan people went crazy for it.

After that, his star dimmed quite a bit, and as the fans grew up a lot of us realized he was rather limited as an in-ring performer.

Of course, the man was known for cutting batshit crazy, rambling, nonsensical promos.

In the last few years, it seems he mainly released rants on YouTube and made a crazy internet show where he was a personal trainer to awful metal bands. His training method consisted of screaming at the musicians and making them run while wearing a ton of chains. It was gloriously crazy and weird.

Still, if you grew up in the 80s or early 90s, you probably have some fond memories of the man, and his death will make you a little sad.