Tuesday, February 7, 2012

The Upset Supermodel Wife Speaks Out

No one wants to place blame when your team has just lost a Super Bowl that they were favored to win. Well, maybe people want to place blame, but it's usually the people who have nothing to do with the team who are the ones who are most willing to be the most vocal about the aforementioned championship shortcomings. But leave it to the supermodel wife of the losing Super Bowl quarterback to be the one to come out and say that her husband's team really sucked it up on Sunday and that he can't do everything on the team. Someone else has to catch the balls that he throws.

Apparently, on her way to meet her loser metro
sexual husband, Gisele Bundchen had to endure taunts from Giants fans such as "Eli owns your husband!" She didn't seem to care for that very much and did the inadvisable. That's right. She shot back at the sports taunters. Now, responding to people who have just won a Super Bowl against your team for the second time in a row is probably about the most futile exercise that one could ever engage in. While I really enjoy sports, I find that sports talk is about the lowest form of communication in humans. It's just barely above grunting. But according to something called The Insider , Gisele exasperatingly explained to her detractors: "You (have) to catch the ball when you're supposed to catch the ball,My husband cannot [expletive] throw the ball and catch the ball at the same time. I can't believe they dropped the ball so many times." Yeah, she's not going to win any friends with that attitude.

And according to the players who heard about her little hissy fit after her Tommy lost, they felt that "It's like knocking someone when they are down." Yes, it's "like" that in the sense that that is exactly what happened. I'm kind of surprised that she let all of the taunting talk get to her to the point where she said something that she had to have known was going to come back and haunt her in the weird way that things haunt super hot people who are famous for...something. Don't get me wrong. It's one thing to support your husband. It's a totally different thing to support him by throwing all of his teammates under the bus at the same time. The video is below. It's hard to hear (which is why I included the dialogue), but trust me. It's her acting just like I would expect a spoiled supermodel to act when she doesn't get her way.

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