A Naked Distraction

Today a little diversion... literally.

In my opinion there aren't too many perks to having a husband who is a sports nut. I've been kicked off the couch to make way for precious sports heirlooms that apparently have bearing on the game, I've endured many a Sunday without use of the computer or the TV so that he can have streaming Fantasy Football updates, and I wake up and go to sleep to the sound of ESPN comentators. Usually when I hear the sound of sports on TV I tune out and start thinking about my next project or an upcoming fabulous outfit, but every once and I while I watch through rolled eyes. Recently the constant watching of ESPN has yielded an enjoyable moment: a naked distraction. During a free throw at a Duke and Carolina game a very zealous and ballsy (punn intended) fan thought of a very effective way to distract the opposing team. I can't figure out how to upload a youtube video to this post (if any of you have any tricks let me know) so please click HERE to go to the appropriate page. I promise you it will be well worth it, especially if you need a good laugh. And make sure you go to full screen, or else you won't get the full effect! Here's a little teaser to incite your curiosity.


Brad Gailey said...

Go to the Youtube page you want to embed and to the right of the feature video you will see a small bit of code labeled embed. Copy this code. In the blog editor switch to html mode and paste the Youtube code into the page. I use a Mac and sometime this takes a couple of times messing with it to paste correctly. When you switch the editor back to compose you will see the Youtube video.


LadyRed said...

Thanks so much Brad!!! Going to try that right now!