Found January 28, 2013 on
Purple Jesus Diaries:
Literally RIGHT after I finished writing this blog post title, I thought to myself, "Wait, what the hell is Chris Kluwe doing in Hawaii during the Pro Bowl? He wasn't a Pro Bowl selection. He's not even playing in the game!" And this is all true. I guess that was part of Blair Walsh being one of the coolest people since Sinatra when he decided to bring Cullen Loeffler to Hawaii because of his own Pro Bowl selection. Maybe he decided not only to bring his long snapper, but also his holder. If so, how nice of him.
And because of it, woo hoo! We get a Shirtless Chris Kluwe on a Monday!
I don't really know or have any context for any of this. All I know is that Kluwe shared pictures of himself and his wife on Twitter while they were chillin' out maxin', probably relaxing really cool-like in Hawaii this past weekend. If you go check his Twitter feed, you see that he was experimenting with lots of sexy island drinks, which including probably too much fruit for the typical testosterone pumping football fan, but god dammit if they aren't delicious.
More importantly though, Kluwe shared a picture of his bicep:
Which he alluded to being super beefy thanks to his 36 hour marathon of playing Final Fantasy 7. Wondering how playing tons of video games gives you massive biceps? So is ever other nerd in the world.
The other picture is the one you saw at the beginning, of Chris Kluwe and his wife posing with a bunch of Disney mascots. It's both equal parts adorable and frightening. Kluwe said he took the picture for his kids, but I suspect lies. Won't his kids just be jealous that their mom and dad got to take pictures with Goofy and Mini Mouse while they sat at home with a babysitter? ****, I would be. Also, it looks like Kluwe's wife is primed up to hit Mini in the FUPA if she tries any charm moves on Chris. Smart lady.
Anyway, Pro Bowl. Something happened, nobody cared. Here we are. Be thankful for what we have in shirtless pictures. The end.
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So the Pro Bowl was a thing that actually happened yesterday.
This may have been the worst game ever. Like a middle school game, actually.
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