This seems like sports:
Let’s check in on the Eagles’ alleged franchise quarterback, Carson Wentz, for whom they traded two first-round picks and three other draft picks. How’s he doing? How’s preseason camp? Arm feeling alright, young buck?
Bathroom lines have reached Wrigley-esque levels at Pimlico as fans trying to relieve themselves before the Preakness Stakes have struggled with busted plumbing as a result of a water main break near the race course.
Despite the Cubs’ increasingly emphatic insistence otherwise, Wrigley Field was not ready for opening day. Even beyond the expected absence of bleachers, the stadium’s infrastructure was apparently overwhelmed by the gameday crowd, with bathroom lines stretching through the concourse and back out into the stands.
The rise of AirBnB—and the existence of Airpnp, which allows you to tap-tap-tap on your tiny computer telephones and find a friendly bathroom in which to take a whiz when no acceptable public option is available—makes necessary a conversation about what amenities a bathroom should feature, and what constitutes a…
So you want to poop in Sochi. One of the unexpected highlights of the lead-up to the Olympics has been the discovery that many of the bathrooms in and around Sochi are, shall we say, Russian Unorthodox. If you or a loved one are heading to the Olympics, you may need a primer. Allow us to help.
Video below. Lots of male ass (beneath a C.C. Sabathia jersey), so proceed with caution. Here's the story from our tipster:
The ivy is safe. The troughs are endangered.
A drunk, underage woman couldn't — or wouldn't — make it to the bathrooms at Fenway last night. This is her story.
In at least six major league ballparks across the Midwest, a mysterious figure has been stepping up to urinals and dropping trou to the ankles to relieve himself. Of course, there's a video compilation.
The Metrodome will not let the Twins escape easily, even if it has to trap former Rookies of the Year inside its porcelain bowels for all eternity.