Saturday, December 3, 2011

Strictly For The Ladies

Meet the underwear wearing shit peddlers ruining Ken King, Jay Feaster, and Jarome Iginla's day.


 Say hello to Darren Dreger. Known as 'The Insider' to the legions of hockey fans who tune into his appearances on TSN to hear about the latest hockey gossip of the day, it may be somewhat of a surprise to know he is a proud member of the underwear blogging community. But did you really think he sits up at the TSN desk with suit pants on? CK's all the way, baby.

Bruce Garrioch, you sexy thang. This one will come as less of a shock to you, as Loose Bruce actually does have a blog. With a body like that, however, he eschews Moms basement and does his blogging from the lucky dime's bed he happens to be in that night.

When Jay Feaster talks about underwear wearing bloggers living in their moms basement starting Jarome Iginla trade rumours, he is most assuredly not talking about Diane Francis's pride and joy. The frequent guest of CBC's Hot Stove would never go on TV and say something like unnamed sources close to Iginla say he wants to be traded. He is too much of a respected journalist to do something like that.

Bob Mackenzie may or may not deserve to be here based on his underwear bloggin', but he definitely makes the list based on the strength of his abs. Stay vieny, big guy.

Furthermore, I think Peter Loubardias Ken King should be fired.

5 comments:

  1. this is a phenomenal rebuttal. too bad eklund never actually shows his face

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  2. For the record, when Feaster talked about underwear wearing bloggers, my mom called down to the basement to tell me I had been mentioned on TV. I spilled the coffee I had been drinking, which sucked, because as I was in my underwear at the time, the hot liquid scalded my balls.

    It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.

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  3. killer post DB

    Oilers 6 flamers 2

    Kipper gets chased and Teddy Nugent gets a hatty.

    Holla!

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  4. I heard Feaster gets his underwear custom made from slave children in Namibia.

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