The Brett Favre Dating Guide
OK, just a bit of fun to go along with yesterday’s post. I hope you enjoy this little doodle I created using an online generator.
I watched a video about the Favre situation. Apparently Favre would leave voice messages that said something like this. (I’m paraphrasing from memory.) “Hey baby, I’m off practice now. Just back chillin’ in my hotel room. I’d really like to see you tonight.”
That is some seriously smooth scrambling. I mean, what woman do you know who wouldn’t get all turned on by that level of romance???
Curious, I ran those words through the translator. I was surprised by what came back. “Me Tarzan. You Jane. I will fuck you.”
You just can’t fake class.
When the woman somehow miraculously failed to show up and produce a touchdown for the aging QB, he then reportedly sent pictures of a penis to her cell phone. Why is it that men seem to think the ultimate form of seduction is sending pictures of a penis? Truly. I don’t get that.
Favre goes deep — in his pants
Look at the size of that thing! Um, yeah. I’m talking about his truck, not his junk, yo!
I don’t want to make a mountain out of a molehill but the Favre chatter caught my interest today. Good thing he stuck around another year so this can be his legacy!
Some Brett Favre activity today from the Twitter:
- SweetNLolita: It’s the little things in life that make me laugh. Thank you, Brett Favre’s Penis.
- shoutabyss: @SweetNLolita Re: Farve. What size pickup does he drive?!?!?
- shoutabyss: @SweetnLolita LOL! This web site says it is a Chevy Silverado. http://bit.ly/dco0Sg #favre
Think I’m making this up? Here’s a link to a news story and shiznit. 🙂
So I heard about the Brett Favre story in the news. Ugh. Then I saw the tweet about it. Then I cracked a joke on Twitter. Then I got curious and looked it up. Yep. He drove a Chevy Silverado. No joke. It’s true.
Of course I also have the exact same theory about men who attempt to use their power to control women sexually. Coincidence? I think not.
Note: I wish to point out that I took the high road and avoided the phrase “drive it home.” Oops. Until now, that is. 🙂