Found December 20, 2012 on
Why do I get certain emails, like this one, from certain emailers a couple days before Christmas? Because we’re a sports blog that covers things that ESPN won’t touch. It’s been that way since day one way back in 2007. However, this is a first.
Emailer Derek B. writes:
I have some pictures of the guy with Eli and Peyton Manning tattooed on his ass with Samwell Morgan of What What In Your Butt Youtube fame. The tattooed kid is bent of exposing all and Samwell is loving it.
For those needing a reminder of who this Samwell character is, his YouTube video for “What What (In the Butt)” has collected 49,744,193 views since debuting in 2007. In other words, he’s one of the original YouTube cult heroes. The Peyton and Eli tattoo dude first surfaced early this year via a post on Deadspin. Ironically, Derek was the tipster on that post, too.
I didn’t exactly know what to say so there was the awkward email where I asked Derek to explain the situation a little better.
Pretty much the black guy is a YouTube sensation and the other guy has a crazy sports tattoo. Combined they took a couple outrageous pictures.
And then I get this. The originals weren’t edited. Yes, Derek sent big hairy man ass photos to a completely hetero married blogger. This post should’ve been given to Kevin The Intern, but he’s off dicking around at the bar or shopping at Target with his girlfriend.
Derek says that this all went down in August (can’t understand why I’m just now being tipped off) and that it happened at a bar a couple blocks from Wrigley Field.
To recap: Eli & Peyton Manning ass tat dude likes showing off his ass in bars and to a dude who sings about anal sex. It’s sorta hard to believe Team Manning hasn’t ceased and desisted this ass.
Maybe the Mayans were right, the world might as well end now.
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