It appears that eventually this blog is going to be nothing but Aaron Rodgers, as his hypothetical news is way more interesting than Brett Favre's hypothetical news. The latest probably-not-true-but-it-lets-me-post-pictures-of-someone-hot-news about A-Rodg is that he's been "seen flirting" with Mila Kunis, and since being in the same general vicinity as Mila Kunis means you're dating her, we can safetly say that "winning a Super Bowl" >"Dick in a Box." Or does it, since Mila went with Justin Timberlake to the Oscars only a short while after chatting up Aaron Rodgers at what sounds like a pizza party.
Still, it is hard to not assume A-Rodg and Mila are an item. The story is pretty hot stuff -- it's practically Black Swan II:
Mila Kunis was spotted flirting up a storm with Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers at the Circa Hollywood Dominos Oscar party at the Sunset Tower Hotel on Thursday. Spies report they "were seen mingling and sipping on Moet & Chandon Champagne at an outdoor table and seemed to keep to themselves until friends arrived."This being a sports blog -- theoretically-- let's focus on some sports-related issues that arise out of that story, namely:
Another source said Kunis was "very keen" on talking with the Super Bowl MVP, and he loved the attention. "She doesn't know much about sports, but she talked about stuff that showed she knew football." Rodgers had been linked to "Gossip Girl" Jessica Szohr, and rumors of a flirtation between Kunis and "The Social Network" star Justin Timberlake also keep swirling -- despite his ongoing relationship with Jessica Biel.
Kunis and Timberlake were seen cozying up after the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Jan. 31. A source close to Timberlake said: "He's still with Jessica. He and Mila have been working together and are just friends."
What do you suppose Mila said that "showed she knew football?"
More importantly, why would you care if she knows football? Let's review:
People who know football:
I think, if you're talking to the latter, you just agree with whatever she says. "What? Oh, yeah, we definitely should've punted the horseshoe on 15th and North. You're absolutely right, Mila. I'm going to make that a play next year."