If Mets player cheats, wife will 'do' the whole team

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  1. MacDawg macrumors P6

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    Forget Balco, Giambi and Bonds, this is the hottest baseball story this winter!

    Anna Benson, baseballs "hottest wife" according to the latest FHM Magazine says if her husband, Kris Benson cheats on her, she will "do" all of the other players on his team, including coaches and trainers. She says everybody will get a turn.

    Wanna bet somebody will try to set him up to get caught cheating... :p


    Link to article

    Link to another article

    Her own personal (hot) website
    Might want to wait till you get home for this one.

    I don't see any reason for him to cheat, personally! :rolleyes:
     
  2. mactastic macrumors 68040

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    Yikes. Talk about risky behavior. Who knows what some of those guys might have? And I wonder who would get to go first, and who would be at the end of a looooong train of guys...
     
  3. Sun Baked macrumors G5

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    I can see a big stampede to become a Mets batboy this year. [​IMG]
     
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    I don't think she's that great. She's good looking but there are better looking girls out there. Plus even when you have someone great looking and your with them for a long time it gets old.
     
  6. mactastic macrumors 68040

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    So you wouldn't shag her if you had the chance? ;)
     
  7. wdlove macrumors P6

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    She is correct to threaten him about adultery. Morally it is wrong no matter what. She doesn't realize that by her statement she has already committed adultery. According to strict interpretation thinking about sex with another in your heart is an act of adultery. A very sad commentary on our society that those in leadership roles would pose that kind of example to our youth. :eek:
     
  8. mactastic macrumors 68040

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    Aw crap, I thought about a bunch of scantily clad women partying at my house earlier today when I posted in another thread. Guess it's off to hell with me. :rolleyes:
     
  9. daveL macrumors 68020

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    Well, I guess we're all in deep pooh pooh then. Get real. I'm not saying that being faithful to your spouse isn't the proper ideal, I just think human nature is what it is. The idea that married folks are going to go through their lives and never fantasize about being with someone else is naive, to say the least. Of course, when you (church, society) create a moral standard that's impossible for mere mortals to adhere to, then you put yourself in the position to beat everyone with the guilt stick, over and over. Guilt: the gift that keeps on giving.
     
  10. flyfish29 macrumors 68020

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    She is saying this to publicize her calendar for sale...espn said she revealed this originally on Howard Stern while promoting her calendar.

    also, these people are not our leaders and kids that are raised by good parents and taught by good teachers realize these people are not leaders but in reality either pose as "screwy in the head" or are really screwy in the head. Studies have shown that it is in fact the everyday people that kids come in contact with that have the most influence on their lives...parents, teachers, friends. Not these superstars and TV personalities. Of course, without those good parents, teachers, etc. the personalities replace them as role models and do in fact influence...but they are human too and we as a society decide to reward or not reward these people with our wallets.

    She is pretty hot if you ask me btw.
     
  11. the_mole1314 macrumors 6502a

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    MLB are on this with lawsuits, press releases, and talking heads in five, four, three, two.....
     
  12. Mr. Anderson Moderator emeritus

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    Um, that's just silly - its one thing to say "Do cheat" but to threaten sleeping with dozens of others just to 'get even' is just not right. Sounds more like a publicity stunt than anything else. Regardless, not a very respectable or mature way to handle a situation, especially in a relationship.

    Bleh.

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  13. wdlove macrumors P6

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    For her to have threatened him in public like that was silly. Of course the way that she planned to punish him was completely stupid. I think others are correct, it's probably more of a publicity stunt. Her publicity is certainly going to result in negativity.
     
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    [​IMG]
     
  15. Mechcozmo macrumors 603

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    "You're gonna go ta hell fer that one!"
    --I love to say this...


    Stupid publicity stunt. Two wrongs do not make a right. Two "rights" do make an airplane though....
     
  16. herr_neumann macrumors 6502

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    I think the sad commentary is that you think a baseball player is a leader...... Don't think that would fly in my profession.
     
  17. Mr. Anderson Moderator emeritus

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    Ha! I think you might find that to be in error....given the sensationalism and the fact that she said this on the Howard Stern show only fuels the fire. Its too bad its not baseball season, because if it was and she shows up to a game she'll get plenty of air time ;)

    Most people with think its just funny and a bit stupid, but they'd love to read about the woman who *did* the whole team because her husband cheated on her.

    And there's no mention of what the other players' wives and girlfriends have said. I'm sure they're not all too pleased with this :D

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  18. wdlove macrumors P6

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    Professional ball players are considered by many to be role models. Many youngsters dream of playing ball someday. So they want to emulate them. The ballplayers of 20 - 30 years ago were for the most part acted responsibly in public.

    What is your profession?

    I certainly wouldn't want to be Kris Benson when Spring Training begins next year. As said his team mates aren't going to take this publicity very well. I'm sure that there are still some ball players that will find this offensive.
     
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    So the Budweiser worked? <reference to other thread>
     
  20. virividox macrumors 601

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    hahah well thats one way to make sure your husband doesnt cheat
     
  21. iGav macrumors G3

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    not if I was 20th in line I wouldn't... heheh :eek: :p
     
  22. Mr. Anderson Moderator emeritus

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    That would be a bit much if there was a line - nasty....

    I think he'll be getting a lot of crap from his teammates - hopefully he has a sense of humor and can take it - otherwise things might get rough.

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  23. mactastic macrumors 68040

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    Nope, didn't work. But I thought about them, and apparently that's enough to send me off to hell.
     
  24. jsw Moderator emeritus

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    Yes, but look at it this way: it's a nice mechanism to eliminate the need for heaven (i.e., make the rules such that no one can get in). Saves a lot of money when you can shut down half of the afterlife....
     
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    A better play would be for her to salvage a bit of her dignity and just leave him, should he cheat.
     

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