One of the highlights this Super Bowl (well, a highlight compared to the Black Eyed Peas’ halftime show AMIRIGHT) was seeing Cameron Diaz’s feeding session with Alex Rodriguez in one of the boxes at Cowboys Stadium reserved for really rich people. They eat popcorn sloppily just like us!
Well, apparently someone informed Rodriguez that his snacking moment was caught and shown to everyone watching the Super Bowl, and he’s not very happy about it.
“He really went ballistic — thinking the cameraman was out to get them in a paparazzi-like shot. … That’s so crazy,” a source told the paper. “Anyone who knows anything about producing a live sports event — especially something as huge as the Super Bowl — would know that those celebrity shots are purely random. A-Rod, of all people, should know that.”
Rodriguez, who played three years for the Rangers before being traded to the Yankees, was booed loudly by the Arlington, Texas crowd. -NY Post.
I’ll probably get some sh-t for this, but I still find Cameron Diaz pretty attractive. Maybe it’s because my view of her is as she was earlier this decade when she was a bombshell, but I wouldn’t be embarrassed if everyone saw her feeding me popcorn. Sure, it was probably an awkward transfer from hand to mouth, but it’s nothing your girlfriend and I haven’t experienced before. You THOUGHT I would go with the mom joke, then I brought up the girlfriend instead and elevated my level of douche! I’M AN ANNOYING GAMECHANGER.
I love that last paragraph, because it shows how the writer at the New York Post tries to troll Texas fans. U MAD WE TOOK YOUR GREAT HITTER WITH TONS OF BAGGAGE LOL! The New York Post is exactly the kind of paper J. Jonah Jameson would run. As a journalism major, that guy’s my role model. I want to be able to drink and smoke on the job, talk down to women and yell at people to get me pictures of Spiderman. I also wish Spiderman was real. I don’t wear these pajamas just because they’re comfortable, you know.
I want more like this!
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