[intlink id=”386″ type=”category”]Pittsburgh Steelers[/intlink] quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is a strange dude.
He picks up random chicks in places he shouldn’t be and forces them to do things they don’t want to (allegedly). He also thinks about the Green Bay Packers while he’s on his throne.
Actually, he probably doesn’t think much at all while he’s crapping. We suspect he just grunts a lot and makes the straining face like a two year old does when he’s dropping the deuce.
Anyway, Roethlisberger has a reminder of the Packers in his bathroom. He’s stuck the nameplate from his [intlink id=”1425″ type=”category”]Super Bowl XLV[/intlink] locker under the mirror in his bathroom.
“The day I got back, I took my nameplate from my locker — ‘Ben Roethlisberger, Super Bowl XLV’ — and it’s sitting underneath my mirror in my bathroom. I want to see that every day. It hurts a lot.
“To see that every day is just motivation for me to work out, to bust my butt to not let it happen again because I want to be a champion. And, right now, I’m not a champion.”
Nope. You’re not.
You’re a suckbag.
“Nope. You’re not.
You’re a suckbag.”
That acurate in-depth analysis acuratley sums up big bad ben. Can’t the guy just be happy with the fact that he already has two epic against the odds wins, sb43 and the rape charges? he won another sb i think, no one really remembers that one
This guy loves bathrooms! So far he likes to bang sluts in them and now he is reflecting not just himself but the awesomeness that was our victory.
It seems Big Ben has a little obsession with the bathroom. This is generally a result of harsh potty training. Looking at this along with his disrespect of the female gender, I’m guessing his mommy potty trained him at gunpoint…..
So is this like his serial killer MO?
Win a SB and rape a women.
Lose a SB and hang nameplates in his bathroom.
My least favorite player in all of sports, Rapistberger. If the officials hadn’t given the Steelers the win in Super Bowl XL, he’d be remembered as having one of the worst performances in Super Bowl history.