Some men may be good at sex but most men are bad at writing about sex. Hell there’s even the Bad Sex in Fiction Awards. (BBC)
For example, this might not necessarily be fiction, but for leading us to think his girl in this story might be a looker, John Mustang should get consideration for the above. (Lion’s Den University) I’m not saying it’s a bad story. I’m just saying that I don’t enjoy being misled about Heidi’s looks.
It’s that time of week again. It’s time for this week’s edition of the Asshole Coach Digest. (Deadspin)
After the jump, Hogan vs. Flair for the 21st century, the Grey Cup from the press box, and the Chinese simulation of the Tiger Woods crash.
Is there such a thing as a Top 10 list that isn’t controversial? Here are the Top 10 TV shows of the 2000s. (The Hollywood Reporter)
There’s some things that you shouldn’t put a Victoria’s Secret model through. Those things include going on an NFL pre-game show. (Sports Crackle Pop)
Don’t get Keith Ballard angry. You wouldn’t like him when he’s angry. (Puck Daddy)
To borrow a line from Jackie: Noooooo! Whyyyyyyy?!?! (Motor Authority)
Keeping with motoring things, James May explains his trademark striped sweaters. (Top Gear)
While most of Canada (outside of Saskatchewan) loved this year’s Grey Cup game, the press were less than impressed. (Globe and Mail)
How much did Canadians love the Grey Cup? The game was the most TV broadcast in Canada in 2009 with roughly 18% of the population tuning in. (CFL)
It’s never too early for predictions of what will happen in 2010. (CNBC)
In today’s first photo gallery, from Australia, it’s Hulk Hogan vs. Ric Flair. (Life)
Today’s second photo gallery is a look back at the year 2002. It’s only really noteworthy for Hogan vs. The Rock if you ask me. (Deadspin)
The Chinese have a unique way of reporting the news about Tiger Woods’ car crash. And you don’t need a translation to enjoy this video.
What’s trailer like for a movie about the world’s longest and greatest race track? Long and great.