This exchange made me laugh much harder than it should have… hilarious.
I love Drew Brees. I love Doug Flutie. I love this little twitter exchange so much. The Smokey and the Bandit hashtag. All of it is perfect.
— DOUG FLUTIE (@DougFlutie) August 25, 2014
What’s the backstory there? That Brees made Flutie buy his TransAm? Need to know. I mean, I know they’re boys… but what’s the story there?
Isn’t it crazy that in 2004, the Chargers had Drew Brees, Doug Flutie, AND Philip Rivers on their roster?
Also, is that Billy Madison’s whip? I think it is.
For Chargers fans, I must be the most ghetto Vine follow ever. I watch Chargers games, if I see something noteworthy, I’ll pause my DVR, rewind, and record a Vine of my TV. So ghetto. Anyway, I figured if I’m gonna post all those to twitter, I might as well link them up here as well because, terrible as they are, they’re probably better than the ESPN highlights. Here we go… the game as I saw it.
Then I stopped watching… hope you enjoyed. Bolts ended up losing, but really, they won.
By the way, my favorite is when P. Riv pretended he was gonna tuck and run.
[lead image and a full recap here from @chargers]
Oh, you like your tee? Federer’s is betterer. Love this.
They’re $40 a pop online. Too much for a tee… even an awesome tee.
[lobbed by John Gennaro]
First bolo ties… now Crocs with socks? Philip Rivers is full-blown fashion icon.
[pic via Natasha Sweatte]
Say what you want about the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, but before you judge too hard, just know that it’s raised millions for the ALS Association.
So, what’s the consensus? Think our buddy Mahon will respond? I don’t.
[thanks for the challenge, Eileen - thanks for the ice, Showman]
Hello, friends. That’s a photo from LobShots co-founder, Showman’s, bachelor party in Cabo. Showman’s got the white shades, I’ve got the late 80s Padres hat on. The last blog I posted was 2 days before that photo was taken. Feels weird not blogging in over two weeks. I kinda wondered if anybody would notice or care. Turns out I did get a handful of emails asking, “are you ok?” – “are you done blogging?” – “I’m worried about you” – things like that. Feels nice that you all noticed. Thanks. Granted, if you follow me on twitter, you were in the loop as I’d been updating my feed.
Anyway, amazing Cabowman bachelor party in Cabo, then when all the boys left, my wife flew down to meet me and we celebrated our 10-year anniversary for 4 days, just the two of us… no kids. Also amazing. We had dinner at this cool place called Flora Farms, and my wife was in celebrity heaven, as we ate right next to Liev Schreiber and Naomi Watts. Then we came back to San Diego for a few days, then we loaded the kiddos up in the mini-van and went to visit friends in Santa Cruz (Capitola actually) for a few days. Now we’re back in San Diego and it’s business as usual when Monday rolls around.
Anyway, I’m back. Thanks for reading. Go Pads. Go Bolts. xoxo.
— Rob Dyrdek (@robdyrdek) July 30, 2014
Well, that’s cool. Rob Dyrdek retweeted me. (kinda) I guess he thought my little “Kawhi Leonard has big hands” joke was original. He’s got 3.41 MILLION followers. My @ mentions were blowing up yesterday afternoon. I went to check out how many followers I gained from this incredible exposure…