[quote]I prefer very narrow hips and small ass.
In other words, a MALE ass.
"In other words, a MALE ass."
So Brees doesn't have a male ass?
Brees ass is fine too, it's just that the narrower it is, the more it looks like a guy. Wide shoulders and narrow hips = classic male figure.
That was a great football game.
Why is Smith allowed to have the number 11 on his jersey?
That was Montana's number.I can't believe SF didn't retire his jersey.
I far preferred her rather than Jan Maxwell in Follies.
Montana's number was 16
R11, he was 16
It's very rare that Alex Smith takes a pic that makes him look hot. It's nice that he might get a Super Bowl ring for being benched. Who is he going to play for next season.
And what about former 49er Kwame Harris being outed because of a fight over soy sauce with his ex-boyfriend. Classic!
Why doesn't that kind of thing happen while a player is active?
Alex has publicly handled his situation with losing his position as starter so well that I was kind of hoping he'd get a Super Bowl ring, even if it was just for sitting on the bench.
But now it looks like that will have to happen with another team, if at all. Unfortunately the 2012 Niners were his best shot at it.
Please God (if you exist), please trade Alex to the KC Chiefs.
I have seen pictures of Alex Smith with a large-ish, roundish butt and some with a butt that is smaller and flatter (later pictures?). He has also admitted to having a gay affair, so what does all this mean? Did he start out with a big, round ass and since so many want a piece of his ass it has become flatter and smaller??
He also has a butt that looks like it would be fun to punch and spank to watch and feel it bounce and jiggle. I wouldn't doubt that the other players and the coaches take every opportunity to give him one of those football ass slaps.
"He has also admitted to having a gay affair, so what does all this mean?"
Link, please. Thank you.
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