Kate Upton gets it

You might as well praise me for not robbing banks.

Bobby Jones on being praised for calling a foul on himself costing him the 1925 US Open.

Brooke: (To Lois, a plain girl) Well if you really wanna to be popular consider two little words: ‘Sex Tape’!

Mindy Macready: (Interrupting) Lois you don’t need these ax wounds, If I can dress like them so can you.

KickAss 2 2013

Supermodel Kate Upton has a gift to all those young women who since the dawn of the internet and smartphones have been convinced that getting naked in front of an electronic advice is a good idea: a dose of common sense:

with social media and the internet and not-so-great blogs and the attention like that, I don’t think that my pictures would be received in the way that I’d want them to be received,” she continued. “That’s why I’ve stayed away from them. I really appreciate those photos and I think those women are beautiful, but I think social media and the Internet has prevented me from putting myself out there like that.

Miss Upton has come to the quite logical conclusion that best way to make sure that nude images of yourself are not being promulgated on the net for purposes she object to till the end of time…is to avoid posing for nude pictures!

So if you are a young lady and some guy suggests “sexting” & your friends say it is a cool thing to do, remember Kate Upton warning,  take it to heart and you won’t have to explain those pictures to your son or grandson or potential employer someday.

Via Live at Five which you really should check out daily

Closing thought, how far have we fallen as a culture that a popular model/actress choosing not to propagate nude photos of herself on the net is an action unique enough to deserves praise?

Update:  The movie is of course Kickass not “kissass” corrected