Wow, this is one explosive claim!
Allegedly Bruiser's desire to transition was so strong that
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But his legs are so much longer than his baby's!
This past Wednesday Prince William flew solo to Coventry's War Memorial Park to launch the Fields in Trust Centenary Fields campaign which will protect war memorial parks from any kind of development.
But while he was there on this most serious occasion, the 32-year-old dad couldn't resist updating everyone on the status of his son Prince George!
In fact he gushed to one teacher named Gill Naylor about his son's speed! The husband of Kate Middleton said:
This sounds an awful lot like size discrimination to us!
19-year-old Samm Newman says her Instagram account got shut down after she posted those pics above because she had “violated community guidelines”!
Major burn from the minor-league baseball team Charleston RiverDogs!
Ooook. Even if you don’t like their music, this seems like a bit much to us!
It looks like misogyny is still alive and well in the sports world.
Anyone who has ever tuned into a football game probably knows that Erin Andrews is one of the best sideline reporters in the business. However, she was criticized earlier this week when she asked pitcher Adam Wainwright some tough questions after his rough outing at the MLB All-Star game.
Of course, Erin was simply doing her job, but unfortunately Boston radio host Kirk Minihane felt the need to bash her with some disgusting comments, saying:
Wanna know how Stacy Keibler plans on holding onto her model-good looks after the birth of her daughter?
She's going to eat the placenta.
We'll give you a minute to digest that.
Things aren't looking too good over at The Big Bang Theory as of late.
Production for season eight of the No. 1 show on television is supposed to get started on July 30th. Except for the small issue that five of the seven lead actors still haven't renewed their contracts!
Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting, Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki, Simon Helberg, and Kunal Nayyar are all currently without contracts, despite CBS picking up the sitcom for an additional three seasons after last May's finale.
The reason the cast, specifically those portraying Sheldon, Penny, and Leonard, is waiting to sign on the dotted line is money.
For season seven of the show, the three leads were each making $350,000 an episode, which sounds like a lot to us, but isn't that much considering how much Warner Bros. must make from ad sales alone.
To put that into some context, for the seventh and eighth seasons of Friends, each of the six actors was getting $750,000 per episode. So, it's not entirely confusing as to why the stars of the most watched show currently on the air want a bit of a pay raise.
However, if there's a shroud of silver lining,