And I have to admit, it’s pretty well concise. Lots of wrestlers I wouldn’t even imagine to have put in there.
So Haku, one of the toughest guys in the world, works at a Toyota Car Dealership.
Least no one will steal any cars whilst he’s about!
Look, in the sky! Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No! It’s Jerry “The SuperKing” Lawler!
I jokingly told her that I was going to get her socks and toblerone, but of course not actually going to her that.
I then changed my mind and bought socks, toblerone and a Disney colouring book. What a good son.
(I also got her a DVD too… Just to be safe.)
inthe-zone asked: Hey! Thanks for telling me about that website, it's awesome. :)
No worries! Like I said, it’s a good site and can also provide live streams as well on their own site if you need one. They get links up pretty quick, so enjoy!
Like Loot Crate/Booty Bin but obviously, going to the UK.
I’ve currently thought of signing up to Candy Japan, Nerd Block and Super Loot. So those similar to these would be grand!
The Big Show
Gillberg because why not
Doink the Clown because dang it I want Doink doing spears!
So I’m choosing to feel good about this for the moment and think about how far we have come as a society. And I’m choosing to give kudos to the WWE for coming out in support, knowing full well that there will be certain portions of their audience who will object. It’s the right thing to do and it’s the kind of choice that helps wrestling from ending up marginalized as the culture progresses. And it’s smart business. They will get a lot of good publicity from this going into a pay-per-view weekend.
And I reserve the right to take it all back when they turn this into a tasteless and poorly thought out angle and handle it so atrociously that I will once again have to be ashamed of my love for wrestling.
Because I know how this business works. And it’s usually not pretty.