darkclone;5396965We're talking sports here, what's so hard about saying "This team just scored!"? That, and they usually have some guy in a studio to analyse it.
Problem with that is that the people who say "This team just scored" are usually unseen.
Voice of joy and sunshine
26th May 2003
Junk angel;5396464Just curious - how are normal jeans and a shirt provocative dress?
I mean if she wore a miniskirt or something then I could understand. But she's wearing pretty normal clothes.
Those jeans are so tight they're virtually glued to her arse, (just out of curiosity: How is that not incredibly uncomfortable for women?) They've obviously been made to be that tight, rather than just not fitting properly. And the only reason I can think of for doing so would be the eye-candy.
darkclone;5396940If any guy in here, or in the whole world, had a choice between watching coverage of a sports event with a hot girl presenting, and an ugly girl presenting, it's obvious who you'd pick.
Thats how she probably got the job
Sex sells. I would bet my next paycheck she was hired at least 51% for her looks, not her journalistic ability
Wanna go Double Dutch?
9th December 2003
Sabrac;5395913It has always seemed a little strange to me that women reporters were allowed to go into the mens' locker room but men reporters were not allowed into the womens' locker room. What is the difference? If a woman can go and interview a naked male athlete, why can't a man go and interview a naked woman athlete?
Because guys don't mind if a woman walks in on them while the man are in a state of undress. If she's hot, all the better. if she's "avarage" or ugly... one can always look the other way. But if a guy walks in on women in a state of undress he'll be labeled a perv, or at best, not taking their privacy in mind. =p
What if we enter (overly, openly) homosexual reports into the equation, to walk into the lockerroom of people of te same sex?
As for the woman... those cloths aren't slutty, but slightly profocative... they aren't just a "little tight", but they seem to more so then perhaps a bloody latex suit. Heh. Though it might be "wrong" (inproper, unpolite) for people to react to it, you could expect people to atleast notice and some of them to react to it too.
Now that doesn't make it okay, certainly not if she got harassed by a ton of sexual remarks and suggestive remarks etc. but she cold have known atleast some comments would be made. If some "man hunk" would have showed up looking all neat and sexy dressed he probably would have gotten some degree of attention from the ladies aswell (though not feel bothered by it, if anything it would boost his ego... depending on the degree and type of remarks/looks I bet she was craving to be noticed to some extend aswell or she wouldn't have dressed like this).
Admiral Donutz;5397246 But if a guy walks in on women in a state of undress he'll be labeled a perv, or at best, not taking their privacy in mind.
Aint that the truth. :rolleyes:
Stupid society and morals....
omg that ass is fantastic! Pff, ooh wait there is a reason..
In the movie she says.. they were making strange noises etc.. You hear in the background guys shouting to her from a car :D
Shes asking for the attention. And then being a crybaby victim when she gets it.