Cameron Worrell & I Have Nothing to Complain About [AUDIO]

Cameron Worrell & I Have Nothing to Complain About [AUDIO]

This week you can hear Cameron Worrell ON:

  • Peanut Tillman, The Player & Charles Tillman, The Man
  • The influence of Rod Marinelli on Lovie's defensive looks both pre-snap and after snap.
  • Why Steve Smith has tormented the Chicago Bears for the duration of Lovie's tenure.
  • The difficulty of facing a player as versatile as Cam Newton.
  • Much, much more...

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  • First to wonder what the reason for yesterday's pic was.

  • In reply to NewBearInTown:

    Eh ..... hold on just a cotton-pickin' minute there Mr. Sherman. There can be only one.

  • It was a photograph of wood being chopped. Greg Schiano got lots of press at Rutgers for his "chopping wood" mantra.

  • In reply to Jeff Hughes:

    oh. well... uhhhh... ok then.

    that was quite anti-climactic.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Glad that question got AXED and answered.

  • In reply to Albertintucson:

    hee hee

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    The only thing worse than a cultural reference is a college football reference lol

  • In reply to Jeff Hughes:

    Eyyyyeahhh... should have gone with the "bucks spruce / Buccaneers Bruce" thing. It's convoluted, but at least it's not, ah... about wood being chopped.

  • One of the main reasons that Charles Tillman has been underrated is because of his interceptions. He doesn't have that many interceptions but if you look at his turnover total, you would be shocked that he was a cornerback.

  • Tillman is 18th all-time in forced fumbles, and is the 2nd highest rated DB behind Brian Dawkins who is tied 10th all-time with Peppers and LB Pat Swilling.

    Absolute tank.,u;ffum,desc,r;deftd;dintc;dsack;tot&s=t&gtf=career&limit=180

  • In reply to DYLbear23:

    Also, what I think is great about his numbers is the number of games.

    I'm guessing the times when Peanut knocks the ball loose for it to go out of bounds (twice vs. Detroit) don't count, either.

    For a CB, who is going to be hugging the sideline more than any other position, he's probably losing out on a lot more possible FF when the ball gets knocked out of bounds... That is, if they don't count.

  • In reply to Who is Willie Gault:

    Never mind - it looks like they do count...

  • ... he's a safety. There. Hah. I knew it.

  • shady, this is for you:

  • In reply to MB30SD:

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    I can't check the ytmnd's at work, but that judge wonka had me rolling last night hehe. Picked up MOH Warfighter this week. Tier 1 motherfcker GET SOME!

  • In reply to Shady:

    nice. Will. Have to get my fucking TV into my house first for fuck sake.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    How... You know what I'm not even going to ask.

  • In reply to Shady:


    Just haven't been able to sync up visitation schedules and help to carry the damn thing. It's huge and heavy.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Eh .... how huge exactly ?

  • 70 inches maings.

  • Great interview... thanks much to Cameron for sharing his wisdom with us!

    One thing I never before consciously considered is that all the work in practice trying to get the ball out *must* be helping the offense with ball security.

  • Football is upon us. Vikes lose to Tampa and we control our own destiny at this point.

    It is now becoming hilarious to hear "experts" confused as to the Bears success considering Cutler doesn't throw 40 times for 385yds and 4 TD's per game like a Fantasy Owner would want. Fantasy runs the league and guys like Cutler won't get respect but once we win that ring they can all suck the big Bears penis.

    This morning it was the fact that Cutler's numbers are similar to Cam's so he is actually overrated.


  • oh, and great interview Jeff, i love having players on here talking about the game we all love. Keep up the good work.

  • Johnny, they can all suck the big bear penis now maings.

  • "This morning it was the fact that Cutler's numbers are similar to Cam's so he is actually overrated."


    Fantasy football has make things more stupider.

  • In reply to SC Dave:

    +1 dave.

    I was asked by a buddy who was watching the game with me last night why I don't play FF.

    When he begged for harvin to do anything... I asked why he likes the vikings. He said, I hate them, but I have harvin in my FF league this week.

    I said, you just gave yourself the answer to your own question.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    I remember yelling for Jennings when he scored against us in the NFC champs. Had him on a few teams.


  • Finally picked Jennings this year, after ignoring him every year prior.

    And he's got like 20 yards on the year.

    Next year I pick EVERY packer.

  • When we do win the SB, the "experts" will say it was our defense and compare Jay to Trent "Penis Head" Dilfer.

    Fuck em.

  • And they'll be spot on with the defense Doc. We put up 13 points against the crappy lions. That shit don't play against Tom Brady.

  • I drafted Cam all over the shop. Can't even drop the bastard.

  • You know why because of the so called experts do not know what they are talking about remember this are the same guys who still think the cowboys and eagles are a good football team. listen if you do not throw the ball 40 times you do not win. BULLSHIT the bears are the fews team who reley on the running game cause we are built this way i like it we are more blanced ten we ever have been
    frank deleo

  • this is sad, sad news:

  • and so is this:

    (except without the heavy heavy sarcasm)

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    I'm mixed on the Mathieu story. This kid is supremely talented and is going to be a good NFL pro. But how do these kids go so wildly awry when their lives, futures, millions are there for the taking?

  • In reply to Jeff Hughes:

    I think sometimes it's not a cerebral choice made Jeff. As we all know, college kids are thrown into a soup or self-responsibility (or lack of), temptation, and difficult choices, and if you are genetically predisposed to be an addict... that's a very dangerous mixture. Throw in the fact that as a star FB player at a school like LSU and the way you're catered to, worshiped, and given WAY too much slack with grades, school, social graces, etc... on top of that, throw in shitty or incapable parents and a terrible upbringing and here we are.

    I think it's a lot for a 16-18 year old to bear.

    That all said, there's plenty to be said for free will and making smart/sound decisions.

    It's tough. this kid obviously wasn't given ANY tools to cope in the real world, and came pre-programmed to perpetuate his mom and dad's rough life/habits/upbringing.

    In a word, sad. The guy could have been a star in the NFL, made millions, and lifted his entire family out. Sometimes genes and history are just too much to overcome, no matter what opty lies at your feet.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    sorry about the grammar, didn't proof it.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Looks like we're on the same page.

  • In reply to NewBearInTown:

    I'm shocked you understood me NB, I reread after posting and that was the most un,de,anti, non-eloquent piece of 'writing' I've ever put to script. Sigh, if only I was smarter.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Smoking pot is not addictive mang ....

    We now resume normal programming ....

  • In reply to Jeff Hughes:

    Jeff - He's 20 years old. If I gave you $100 when you were twenty years old, you'd probably blow it. Try to talking to him about millions of dollars some time in the future.

    Add to that that he was smoking with team-mates. Peer pressure makes people do terrible things. He's not rich now, when you're 20 years old in college your peers are all you've got for self esteem.

    Add to that that we're talking about drugs. Addiction is a terrible thing.

    Add to that that we're talking about marijuana, which all things considered is a pretty harmless thing compared to some of the other things a 20 year old could be doing (coke, heroin, guns, getting girls pregnant).

    Add to that that he was likely depressed given he's not playing this year. So you've got that mental health issue as well.

    And none of this takes away the fact that he is ultimately responsible for himself. None of it takes away the fact that all he has to do is keep saying no. None of it take away the fact that he had such a bright future ahead of him if he just stayed the course. But its harder than it sounds.

    We've all screwed up. We just don't have stories written about us in national papers when we do.

    I know we're all about letting men be men. But the way we treat athletes in D-1 schools and the NFL, we have to get them more help. This is a lot of pressure for a 20 year old to handle.

  • In reply to NewBearInTown:

    much much more eloquent NB

  • In reply to NewBearInTown:

    Well said .... and the league are all juicing up ... .and Olympians and cyclists (I'm glad Eddie Mercyx gets his title back). Alcohol should be illegal, not mary jane.

  • In reply to Jeff Hughes:

    Cos smoking pot is nice. Ricky Williams is my hero.

  • Several of us, myself and MB are very strong on Manti Teo. We know we stand little chance of getting him without a good trade. We have the sad tale of Mathieu above. Check out this story on Teo, the kid is a class act on and off the field.

  • Part of the idiotic things NCAA kids (and even some young pros) do can be attributed to the fact that human brains don't fully develop until people are in their early 20s. The ability to make logical, long-term cost/benefit decisions isn't fully developed for a 20 year-old. So that kid who has a guaranteed pro career with a million-dollar signing bonus isn't fully capable of making the decision NOT to carry a brick of weed.

    And who knows how much using weed and/or getting whacked in the head playing football retards and/or inhibits the ability of the young adult brain to make rational, logical, long-term cost/benefit decisions.

  • True dat, Donger. Yo B-Man, you need to get Twist involved on da site.

  • In reply to Crown:


  • In reply to Crown:

    Twist is busy on an oil rig. Nepotism put him on the fast track to being a rich jerk.

    Plus, in football - he just roots for career ending injuries. Regardless of team.

    On the weed topic - they all smoke. Most just don't get caught.

  • In reply to Who is Willie Gault:

    He sounds like an ass. Im glad he had to have nad surgery.

  • In reply to Crown:

    Pretty much... I saved him from asphyxiating on his own vomit one night... Had to set up a lawn chair in the shower and keep blasting him with hot then cold then hot...

    Finally turned on the Rocky theme song to pull him out of his stupor - it worked.

    I can't tell you how many times I told him, "I should have let you die". We laugh.

  • "And who knows how much using weed and/or getting whacked in the head playing football retards and/or inhibits the ability of the young adult brain to make rational, logical, long-term cost/benefit decisions." -- IBN+O

    Weed saved the kid from football, at least there's that. He might not get rich, but he can still have a good long life, with less chance of being being turned into a quadriplegic or drooling idiot for our entertainment.

  • In reply to Crunch Buttsteak:

    he uses copious amounts of weed daily buttsteak... I think this might be a push.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    So do I. Do I seem brain damaged to you? Don't answer that.

  • In reply to Crunch Buttsteak:


  • In reply to MB30SD:

    It's not true, actually. I just threw it out there to see if any of you alcohol-concussed hypocrites would dare rag on me.

    I smoked when I was young. It started to have an unpleasant effect on me (dopers call it paranoia, but that's a misleading term for those who have never experienced marijuaja induced paranoia. It's really just a feeling of self-consciousness and social incompetence), and so I stopped smoking it. For twenty years, I didn't touch the shit. Then someone offered me some, and I found that the bad effect had gone. Now I smoke occasionally. The worst effect it has on me, as far as I know, is that when I'm stoned, I think Shakira has an incredible voice.

  • In reply to Crunch Buttsteak:


    I got over the paranoia part with heavy usage... As long as it's all day every day, you get passed that.

    Now, that it's frowned upon and not readily available, my once/twice a year sessions cause all out social anxiety and freaking out. I tell my wife, "Go to bed, I'm smoking tonight and I don't want to talk to ANYONE"

    I usually end up watching the 85 Bears DVD or an old Bulls championship game. I tried watching Snatch, one of my favorite movies, and over-analyzed the shit out of it until it was no longer good.

    I eventually have some goofy "insight" stemmed from something in the game that leads to tangent after tangent where I'm suddenly hitting some incredibly profound (in my mind) thought about the world that I can't remember in 10 seconds.

    My theory has always been, especially with the good stuff, is you have to do it everyday for it to not knock you into an overwhelmed state.

    I miss it, but it's way more entertaining these days - though much more intense than in my peak.

    When I drive by a dead skunk I can't get enough.

  • In reply to Who is Willie Gault:

    Ahhh, the smell of (distant) skunk, the sound of Shakira, and... something else, I forget, but it's bad, and I've allowed it to ruin my life because of my addiction to the devil's weed.

  • In reply to Crunch Buttsteak:

    Switch that to ass and you'd be spot on.

  • In reply to Crunch Buttsteak:


    Now we can share everything!

    Ah, sweet cheeba, how I miss thee daily.

  • In reply to Crunch Buttsteak:

    That's an excellent point.

  • Looking at others who've posted similar sentiments. One thing is clear. There are a lot of people that would like to help these young men. The NCAA should do more to make that happen.

  • The NCAA is probably the most hypocritical business in the US (and that's saying A LOT). They don't care about the kids. If the coach (or someone on his staff) doesn't care or take some extra time with the at risk kids, things go off the rails very quickly. I've done a ton of stupid shit in my life but for the most part it didn't end up in the newspaper/internet.

  • In reply to CanadaBear:

  • I think everyone knows where I come down on this topic. It's freaking WEED!!! It's a damn plant! If he was caught with a 6 pack and a pint of vodka what would have happened? Forget that the booze could kill you... you were carying some trimmed up vegitation.

  • +1

  • +1 recurring ...

  • Jesus H Christ, this is about WEED? I saw the comments about addiction and the tragedy of broken lives and assumed there was more to the story.

    By far the most harmful thing about weed is its illegality. The government needs to outlaw booze again so all you responsible drinkers out there can get a clue.

  • In reply to Crunch Buttsteak:

    haha... Yeah I thought all the talk about the dark road of addiction were rather amusing.

  • When I was 20 I was the only white kid in the Library on a Friday night with all of the Asian kids. I had a safe home but with parents that hated each other. At least I had some direction on how to study, achieve, etc

    WIth that being said, i've fought a pimp, punched a cop, blacked out in one state and ended up in another, formed an unofficial union during a summer job and almost got killed for it, landed the hottest girl in school, lost her for the same reason I got her, worked like a slave, owned a company, lost the company, got it all back, tripled the revs, gave alot of it to a buddy in need, got beat up by a stripper (in a sexy way), got rufee'd and robbed accepting a ride to a late night bar with my buddy, got married, had 2 kids, etc.

    Imagine my story if I was a young promising athlete. It would be the greatest story of all time.

  • I think the point of my story is that kids need role models.

  • or maybe the point is that I'm lucky to be alive and had to man up and account for all of the stupid shit i've ever done. The world is a cold place if you think of us all like animals.

    I love nature shows because it is so applicable to life. The world ultimately doesn't care if you think you deserve something or not. You're a healthy dose of effort or laziness and a couple of good or bad breaks from steak and cognac getting blown by supermodels or the world swallowing you up as you blow dudes under a bridge for black tar heroin.


  • awesome man. Sad you never made it to SD. Would have been fun.

  • It wasn't heroin .... oh wait .. .fuck ....

  • Jesus I hate the way this blog flows. This exactly the point of
    my post below. Awesome stuff man. You handled your own fucking business. Precisely as it should be

  • was it your penis?? was your penis the reason you landed her and lost her?

  • Awesome.

  • Man, I couldn't agree less. People fail at things every day. These guys were born bigger, faster and stronger than just about every body else. So they get an outside chance at making generational wealth in a matter of a few years. If they end up pissing it away, that's their problem. I went to college with some pretty sharp cats that liked weed and booze more than money down the road. People fuck up. That's life. I'm supposed to care more because the kids faster than everybody else? Bullshit. More help? They don't deserve anymore help than a kid that's doing Calc in ninth grade but likes to get stoned and sleep through class. These assholes are born with a fucking lottery ticket and they shit the bed. Sorry.

  • In reply to Johnnywad:

    And is the choice to pursue money and "generaltional wealth" the ultimate acheivement?

  • I suppose that's a personal choice. My point is I don't care which choice they make. I'm just tired of hearing about
    these kids needing/deserving more help than others.

  • In reply to Johnnywad:

    Nobody said they deserve more help. Walk a mile in someone's shoes that has a totally dysfunctional home life, with zero role models and possibly a low IQ. A little compassion for people is not a bad thing.

  • don't think that was his point Sac.

  • In reply to Johnnywad:

    If the superstars are getting baked, and the under-talented hard workers are not... it just adds to the oh-so-important "parity" we've all decided was the best route for our entertainment value.

    Performance Dehancing Drugs for Parity 2012.

  • In reply to Johnnywad:

    I also 100% understand this line of thinking JWad.

  • In reply to Johnnywad:

    Fkn A. I'd give both balls to have had the chance to play football in high school (well, I did, but a zillion miles away from the NFL) ... and then college. Only one place to look when things are bad, right into the mirror.

  • Great interview again, Jeff. Thank you. I understand maybe half of what Worrell says but it's more than I get out of a week of ESPN.

    YouTube video from last night's game of Jared Allen getting manhandled by Donald Penn, left-tackle of the Bucs. Penn separates Allen from his helmet, bloodying his nose in the process, and a fight erupts. The next play, Allen records Minnesota's only sack of the night. But it looks to me like Everson Griffen does the heavy lifting on the sack. Allen disengages Penn and moves in through the hole Griffen creates.

    The announcers see things differently. They think the fight motivated Allen to finally show Penn who's boss. The game wasn't enough, apparently. Gushing morons think they're complementing Allen.

    Here's the version if the youtube clip is removed for copyright:

  • In reply to Crunch Buttsteak:

    I watched it live last night. Usually the NFLN announcers are good. They missed the boat on this one. Allen is such a hotdog. On the sidelines he was checking to see where the camera was and if he was on live. Instead of letting a trainer put a band aid or butterfly on his nose, he waves them off so he can bleed on TV and get extra camera time. Total tool.

  • In reply to CanadaBear:

    Yeah, I really like the NFLN broadcasting team Mayock and Nessler esp when compared to the likes of Gruden and his ilk.

    The NFLN pregame crew is annoying as hell though. Rich Eisen is cool, and Faulk is ok too, but the rest is like watching a bunch of junior high kids.

    I wish I could assemble an all-star cast from all the networks and field and create my own pre-game analysts.

    Hub Arkush would be somewhere on there.

  • In reply to CanadaBear:

    +1 recurring

  • Yeah, I've been hearing small rumblings of Cutler as a "manager" QB. I couldn't stop laughing.

    I guess since Cutler now finally understands game situations, as in, "I got a bad ass D and no longer have to chuck it into triple coverage to midgets," he is no longer considered a "gunslinger."

    I'll take "manager" and SB Champs over "gunslinger" and NFCN champs all day.

    If you want a true game manager, you saw one last night in Christian 'bubble screen king' Ponder

  • Targeting midgets in triple coverage indeed. Anyone think Cutty isn't as mobile as he used to be? Tucking it and running seems to be the last thing on his mind.

  • There is no doubt in my mind Cutler came into camp this season 7-10 pounds lighter and in much better shape. Many have talked about the guys athleticism and ability to run, but I never really saw it before last week. I always thought that part of his game was over-rated and he was a little bit too frumpy. But, seeing him in-person take off for 20 to 30 yards chunks and juke and flat out out-run LBs last week was something else. He's faster than I thought.

    And upon further review Kellen David still sucks. Ive been saying it since before camp started. He has one good game in Dallas and then goes back to not being able to hold onto the rock. Can you imagine the dynamic of this offense if Cutty had a reliable and effective TE outlet?

  • In reply to Crown:

    Bring Back Dez 2012

  • In reply to Who is Willie Gault:


  • In reply to Crown:

    Kellen Davis has been disappointing to say the least. It's time to give the brash young rookie Evan Rodriguez a shot. He sucks at blocking as well but the kid loves to YAC and won't fall down just because he catches the ball.

    I think you'll see more EROD if KD is MIA.

  • I was under the impression that Evan Rod showed promise as a blocker. Didn't he have a kick ass preseason?

  • In reply to EnderWiggin:

    E-rod's a tenacious blocker when he gets running. The problem is, he's only like 6'2 240, which prob won't hold up well vs 6'6 280 DEs.

    Kinda like when Kyle Adams got run over by Ware. Evan will put his head in there, but it won't be pretty.

    That Brody guy seems very intriguing, but I don't think he's even been active yet. Maybe this is the week.

  • In reply to EnderWiggin:

    I don't care if he's listed as H-back he's a blocking FB by nature. Even at 240 he just seems to do enough to block his man, on a regular basis. I'd love to see him in the I-formation with either Bush or Forte on a regular basis, Alshon opposite Brandon. That's a balanced offense - and the offense can eat the defense's lunch depending on what look they show.

    That should be a common formation. When you line up with an empty backfield it doesn't take a genius to work out what's on their mind

  • That was a great show Jeff. Always enjoy those.

  • There's gonna be sooo many good games this week, I think Redzone is gonna blow up. Gonna make for interesting lines too for the contest.

    Falcons v Eagles (both coming off of byes. odd)
    Skins v Pitts (Very interested in how Lebow handles RG3)
    Boys v Gmen (Romo can't sweep them, can he?)
    Saints v Broncs (80 points isn't out of the question)
    Cards v 9ers (in case you were tired with O from SNF).

  • There's also some grudge matches, like the KC/OAK and MIA/NYJ game. Pass me some "hot sauce."

  • As Dan Papadopolous Deirdorf states, " Are your memories that short?"

    Skunk is getting one soon.

  • In reply to Crown:

    I take 10 minutes to watch that video every time a blogger post it. I noticed something. Every return on that vid has certifiable pros making key blocks: Lach, Hillenmeyer, Tillman, McBride, Bennett, Ayanbadejo, just to name a few. I wonder if that has something to do with our woes?

  • In reply to EnderWiggin:

    Brendan "man purse" Ayanbadejo was the best in his prime Ender. But, peanut is always there. Either blowing the last guy up or pretty much running stride for stride with Skunk. You know you're the GOAT when all your return tds take up more than 10 minutes to watch.

  • In reply to EnderWiggin:

    No question. it's not like Devin makes Payton-esque/Barry Sanders moves ... he was just taking the channel that was open. His record is everything to do with the guys that were blocking for him, and some of those guys aren't around anymore or the guys that are around are 6 years older (like Devin).

  • Not sure if this got posted already, but it's pretty interesting...

  • what's interesting is the utter retard in the comments section claiming that the Bears are winning "despite" Cutler. I can't live on this planet anymore.

  • Also, in case anyone is keeping score between the 85 D and the 12 D, I read this somewhere...(feel free to look up the stats for me lol)

    2012 Bears through six games: 78 points allowed, 21 turnovers, 5 TDs, 21 sacks

    1985 Bears through six games: 98 points allowed, 19 turnovers, 1 TD, 23 sacks

  • So far so good.I doubt we can beat the sack record though.

  • I can't get away from Brutal reporting:

    I think it's fucking pathetic that we talk about completion percentages as if the difference between 57 and 60 percent means fucking anything.

    Out of 200 balls that is 6 fucking catches. I think Fantasy is ruining this fucking game. Who else but stat nerds care if Cutler only has a completion percentage of 57 and 7 picks. Never mind if 4 out of those 6 catches were dropped TD's and that of the 7 picks 4 came in 1 fucking game. Jesus Christ.

    Football is a team game and that is why the Bears win...regardless of what some piece of shit beat reporter or "analyst" on a network tells you. It's not important. Winning is important and we're 10 of our last 11 when Cutler starts. Should be 11 of 11 if Tice doesn't shit the bed. WIll be 11 of 12 in a few short days.

    I know it all doesn't count though because we didn't beat what people feel are the right teams that validate victories. We're winning this whole bitch and that's all there is to it.

  • hey hey hey, blaming FF for NFL moneyball is like blaming violent video games for crime. Non Sequitor.

    Besides, anyone who has played FF knows that real life has little to do with fantasy (did I really have to type that?)

    Exhibit A. Tebus.

  • I mostly agree with ya except about the 4 pick game. Completion percentage is important but for me the stats that stick out are avg yds/pass, TD's and INT's.

    Packers weenies are unreal. I was reading a chat or a mailbag on ESPN the other day. Some douchebucket Fudgie fan was whining about why don't they change the spiking the ball to a team stat so it doesn't lower a QB's completion percentage? Really? Who gives a shit? Like Rodgers doesn't get enough BJ's already.

  • The 78 rating might also have something to do with half the teams we've played having top ten defenses.

    Only one stat matters for me when it comes to QBs. Did your team win? Stats without wins ... tits on a bull
    .... chocolate teapots ...... QB winning percentage.

    {That wouldn't be the category where Jimmy Mac is the fifth greatest all-time, Irish?


  • Check out John Elway's career stats. You'd probably say they were a bad QB if you didn't know it was Elway or had never seen all the mad scrambles. Jay only has to do one thing, and preferably in NOLA in February.

    I just know either Big Ben or Brady is going to be there (or God forbid ... Turtlehead again) ... and the offense will need to show up with the defense and ST.


  • happy early halloween guys:

    (btw, this chick has an amazingly beautiful face. Wow, stunning.

    oh yeah, her body ain't that bad either I guess.

    (you're welcome)

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Can't open it up at work. She IS a playmate of the year. Nuff said.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    I checked her out on the 0.0001% chance she'd be black/asian ... but y'know ... without all the air-brushing ... she might be ..... mwah!

    Wouldn't kick her out of bed for eating crisps though.

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