Thursday, August 31, 2006

Start spreadin' the news

I can't believe I haven't been yammering about the US Open yet. It's Day 4 already. Last night they were finishing up Round 1 matches alongside Round 2, due to Tuesday's rain washout. It's starting slow and there have been no MAJOR upsets, so I feel like I can still make my picks. Stake a claim. Pull my lever. Punch my chad. You get the picture.
WHO I THINK WILL WIN:WHO I WISH WOULD WIN:TOP PLAYER WHO I'LL LIKELY THINK OF WHILE MASTURBATING THIS FORTNIGHT:FORMER TOP PLAYER WHO I'LL LIKELY THINK OF WHILE MASTURBATING THIS FORTNIGHT:And you?
Tomorrow: the ladies!

Oh, and look who else loves the mens of tennis:Sorry, but I just can't get enough of these two. So who's the fag who got Leichen box seats? I'm guessing Courier. What? Don't tell me Jim isn't a manbag-carrying, Dolce-wearing, Chelsea-living friend of Dorothy.

4 comments:

Jeff said...

Courier gay? I did not know that...come to think of it, I've never given it a second thought anyway. Never been my type, too whitebread/strawberry shortcake for my tastes...

It'll be Federer and Nadal in the final just like the other tournaments...which is not a bad thing. I likes 'em both. But Federer will win on a hard court.

And all this time I thought Andy's "rocket" had a head cover...that pics says otherwise. I'd still hand over my 401K to give it a squeeze or two...

Michael said...

Oh, I have no idea if he's really gay, Jeff. Well, other than, you know, EVERYBODY is gay. Like Paltrow is African.

I think it'll be interesting to see if Fed/Nadal are in the final again. I saw both of them play in Cinci and neither was on form. Of course it's just a warm-up and ssssshhhhh!...they might not put in a full effort.

I hadn't looked that close at Andy's shorts, but I never did mind a small pee-pee on a man. Just more manageable in the long run.

Michael said...

Back to Courier for a sec, I distinctly recall an incident from his playing days where he was roundly criticized for a lack of focus when he was seen to be reading a book at changeovers DURING a match. That book? "Maybe the Moon" by Armistead Maupin. I'm just sayin'.

Michael said...

And he does live in Chelsea. Goodlooking.....35 y.o. retired multi-millionaire....single.....;-)