(A Random Post)

Are You Looking For Gino?

A Milli – Lil Wayne

True story:

I am awoken by a call at around 11:30 today from a woman who I don’t know. She asks for a “Gino”. If I’m not mistaken, this is not the first time that this woman has called me as that name sounds vaguely familiar and our numbers are apparently easily confused. I politely correct her and proceed with my day.

At around 1:30 later this same day, I was away from my phone and missed a call from a private number. Whoever this was did decide to leave a message and it goes something like this.


…I fucked yo’ wife!


Was this also meant for Gino? Was I talking to Gino’s wife, who has apparently been
fucked? Perhaps I was speaking to Gino’s mistress, who’s scorned lover has now finally found the man responsible for his shame and reacted accordingly. Or it could have nothing at all to do with the mysterious Gino (if that is even his real name).


We’re in week 3 of the 2008-2009 NFL season and I’ve got nothing but football on the brain. Here is a CFL quarterback spiking a ball into own groin.

Even though I don’t plan to buy Rock Band 2 myself, I have to say that I love the Hulk Hogan inspired character that I have on Max’s hard drive. I just hope nobody accuses me of being a homosexual. Note Mean Gene Okerlund just losing it in this clip.

Hey, David Bowie?
Yes, Bret.
Do you mind if I ask you a personal question?
Of course, Bret, that’s what I’m here for.
If a friend of yours puts a wig on you when he’s lonely, pretends you’re a woman, is that gay?
He’s pretending you’re a woman…no, that’s not gay.
You sure?
Totally fine.



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