ESPN sideline reporter Jack Arute (try saying it "Jackaroo" — whee!) seems to be a little oblivious to terminology that entered the popular lexicon via Friends a decade ago. John Walters writes,
The most disturbing image [from Saturday's Notre Dame-Stanford game]? ESPN sideline reporter Jack Arute describing how Charlie Weis likes to deviate from his scripted plays at the 8-minute mark of the first quarter. Arute informed viewers that Weis' wife, Maura, describes her husband's ad-libbing as "going commando."
Thanks to 289 and his Photoshop skills, I won't be able to fall asleep for the next couple nights. So let me stress something here: CHARLIE WEIS DOES NOT ACTUALLY GO COMMANDO. He has cast iron underwear that are never removed from his body. They get cleaned when he walks through a car wash every day.
That's what I'm going to keep telling myself, anyway. Gah. Fucking 289. That much FUPA should never see the light of day.