Even though Travis has seemingly turned into the Wiener version of J210 from the old EZBoard, his equation on Daffney is the best scientific equation since that Einstein dude came up with some relative "thingy."
Ech. Dawn Marie looked like a slightly-less whorish Francine, with that oh-so-appealing "barely able to figure out how the zipper on her skanky outfit works" look. Sorry, I'd REALLY rather not see any more plastic sluts who look like they'd go down on a dead man for a sandwich (or a dime bag) in my wrestling. That was one of the GOOD things about ECW's demise.
I'd be all for Daffney showing back up. She looked like she actually ate more than one meal a week.
Kansas-born and deeply ashamed The last living La Parka Marka: HE raised the briefcase!
Funny, there wasn't really any insult in my post Sir Clown, but I guess you are welcome to be offended if you so choose.
I agree with Big Daddy Loco in that Daffney provided a change in the usual blond big chested valet that couldn't mix it up convincingly with the women wrestlers. I think that is why the IWC is so high on Trish, who went from a blond valet into a competent wrestler. Trish is also still willing to do the occassional T & A match (as evidenced by Raw last night). I applaud Dawn Marie for attempting to actually wrestle, as we have seen recently that the WWF is kinda getting back into pure women's wrestling (in between the obligatory "paddle on a pole" matches).
I have no problem with Dawn Marie, as she always kept a healthy sense of the absurd around her character. She shamelessly played the Emptiest Head in Wrestling, and did it well.
She's easy on the eyes, and has already had a boob job (which should make McMahon happy, as he loves the big'uns). The fact that she's learning to actually wrestle (and, from what I've heard, not doing badly) is a bonus.
The Daffney article (linked earlier in the thread) contains a frightening mental image. Daffney Dudley? Now, THAT would have been interesting.
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