I get it, Ben. You have to find a way to hide the ugly. But I just don't think this hat is the way to do that. It's somehow just pointing out how unpleasant you are to look at in the first place.
This rarely happens, but I'm at a loss for words. If you're not a 75 year-old man heading to church on Sunday, why on Earth would you even think to wear this get up?
A post about the third and final installation of the most recent Batman franchise, "The Dark Knight Rises," on The Sports Muse, you ask? Yep.
Stay with me.
The Sports Muse is not a place where I typically reveal my non-sports related celebrity crushes. But exceptional times call for exceptional measures.
Football talk on Women's Wear Daily--not a pairing you'd expect to see. However, I stumbled upon a little gem on the Mensweek section of WWD that did exactly that. They featured a "Rating the Quarterbacks" piece, ranking the top ten quarterbacks in the NFL based on a variety of factors. Level of play counted for less than half of the overall score. How fun!
I hate Ben Roethlisberger. I dislike him so much that you won't find his image on this post. I will not have that awful face on my blog.
Q scores is an organization that uses a number of factors to determine the likability of an array of celebrities, including athletes. Their findings for most disliked athletes was announced this week, and are as follows:
1. Michael Vick