Monday, May 21, 2007
Joe Buck, who was on the call for Saturday's NYY/NYM game, came up with an odd comparision when responding to a Tim McCarver comment....
TM: I personally don't think players should wear jewelry during games.
JB: "I have to disagree....nothing looks better with a Mets uniform than a diamond choker."
I'm not sure if I'm reading this wrong, but isn't a choker something used during...um, bondage? I know it's something that women can regularly wear as well, but isn't "choker" and odd word to choose. Why not just say necklace?
Update: To all of the commenters....yes, I know what a choker is. I've seen women wear them before (contrary to mainstream media I have been with a woman before). I think Anon sums up my thoughts the best.....
"Right before that McCarver commented that he was concerned about spikes getting caught in peoples necklaces. Now if you have a spike, near your necklace, there's a much bigger issue at hand."
Hmm....that seems to add much more validity to my thinking. So much so it's time for a photoshopping. Who knew Extra P knew how to use Photoshop? Check out his work after the jump.