I bet his parents are really proud


Kate Upton makes prom teen’s day after replying to online plea

Model Kate Upton has told a young fan who made a YouTube plea for a date with her that she’ll check her “schedule.”

Joker Jake Davidson asked the blonde beauty to accompany him to his high school prom, because he can’t get a girlfriend.

Davidson has been given hope that he will get his dream date after Upton replied to him on Twitter.

In the video he asks “Hey Kate, can I call you Katie?” And then goes on to list several reasons why she should go with him to the prom.

And Upton got back to him on Twitter telling him: “You can call me Katie if you want! How could I turn down that video! I’ll check my schedule ;)”


There was a time when I would have thought this was really cool. As the years go by I find that I am turning into an old fogie. Honestly, I don’t understand why so many men go ga-ga over Kate Upton. But then I never understood the fascination with abnormally large breasts.



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17 Responses to I bet his parents are really proud

  1. that was a really cute video!!

  2. myiq2xu says:

    Via Meadia:

    California “Comeback”: Nation’s Worst Unemployment Rate

    Governor Jerry brown has trumpeted his state’s “comeback,” but the jobs data tells a different story. The Labor Department reports that California is tied for the highest unemployment rate in the nation at 9.8 percent. The alarmingly high figure is matched only by Rhode Island, another state dealing with the consequences of a stale blue model.

    Yet we remain skeptical that even a one-in-ten unemployment rate will be enough to convince California’s movers and shakers to change course. The prosperous blue-green elite on California’s coast have failed to demonstrate any understanding of the role their policies have played in stymieing growth and opportunity in the inland districts where the jobless are concentrated.

    A strong job market and rising home prices in the Bay Area are all well and good but are more of a testament to the dynamism of America’s tech industry than they are to the wisdom of the state’s economic policies. We’re sure the unemployed of El Centro (25 percent), Merced (17 percent), and Modesto (15 percent) would agree.

    Guess where I live?

  3. DeniseVB says:

    Speaking of proud parents, this is such a sad story …. on so many levels.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2296094/Lindsey-Lowe-Guilty-Mother-26-smothered-newborn-twin-sons-keeping-pregnancy-secret-sentenced-life-jail.html

    I never could understand hidden pregnancies, but this isn’t your typical inner city “Precious” child of poverty story either. In this day and age, especially at 26, living at home, why? How?

    I raised a daughter, and you betcha I knew her “cycles” by the shopping lists and emptying bathroom trash, which usually explained her previous days of hormonal surges of She-Devilism.

    I think life in jail is too harsh for the crime, but it’s why I’m against late term abortions too. Such a fine line……

    • yttik says:

      I really wish we had more compassion for the horrendous emotional and physical impact of pregnancy. If somebody has mental health problems already and gives birth alone, they really may not be in their right mind due to blood loss, hormones.

      Even in nature, when an animal is too stressed, it will eat the young. In the human world, we demand all mothers have superhuman strength and above average mental health no matter what.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Thanks yttik for understanding my “compassion” in this case. Some of the comments on the UK link mentioned if she seeked an abortion the the day before birth, she would not be considered a murderer. Fine line, huh?

  4. Constance says:

    Another guys dream date story, this is turning in to such a cliche. Every year…every year. I guess this is news now.

  5. myiq2xu says:

    Hot Air:

    Democratic heavy hitters — including Bill Clinton — are quietly trying to woo a new candidate to jump into the race to unseat Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, even as actress Ashley Judd is taking steps toward launching a star-studded campaign of her own.

    With fears growing in some Democratic quarters over Judd’s potential candidacy, some prominent Democrats in the Bluegrass State are beginning to set their sights on 34-year-old Alison Lundergan Grimes, the Kentucky secretary of state. Among Grimes’s attributes: She lacks political baggage since she’s served barely a year in office, and she hails from a well-connected family influential in Kentucky Democratic politics. But it’s not at all certain if she’ll jump into the race.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Can’t they find someone from the House of Reps ? Or a mayor/gov ? Obama didn’t have political baggage either, but a state SOS would have more political experience than he did too.

      As far as Judd goes, don’t underestimate the voters who put “Stuart Smalley” in the Senate 😀

  6. myiq2xu says:

    I would say that, after birth, we’ve decided that when life begins, we have decided that we don’t have exceptions for one-day-olds or a six-month-olds. We don’t ask where they came from or how they came into being.

    But it is more complicated, because the rest of it depends on the definition of when life comes in. So I don’t think it’s as simple as checking a box and saying, “Exceptions” or “No exceptions.”

    I’ve been there at the beginning of life. I’ve held one pound babies in my hand that I examined their eyes. I’ve been there at the end of life. There are a lot of decisions made privately by families and their doctors that really won’t, the law won’t apply to. But I think it is important that we not be flippant one way or the other and pigeonhole and say, “Oh, this person doesn’t believe in any sort of discussion between family.”

    […]

    “I would say that each individual case would have to be addressed and even if there were eventually a change in the law, let’s say people came more to my way of thinking,” he continued, “there would still be a lot of complicated things the law may not ultimately be able to address in the early stages of pregnancy that would have to be part of what occurs between the physician and the woman and the family.”

  7. HELENK says:

    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/03/19/America-black-market-growing

    Gee you think???????

    this has been a way of life for years.

    Tax something and people will find a way to get it without paying taxes and somebody will make money off it.
    There is such a problem with the door latches on the back of so many trucks. Surprised there has not been a recall due to the problem

  8. wmcb says:

    Obama is such a snake, and his phrasing here is bothering me. Is he signalling the arabs that Israel is isolated? Why would you repeatedly say “on its own”?

  9. HELENK says:

    http://weaselzippers.us/2013/03/20/what-sequester-feds-to-continue-funding-study-on-duck-penis-length/

    do not know whether or not the duck family dynasty is included in the study

  10. foxyladi14 says:

    If them congress critters would cut the waste we cold have a balanced budget. 🙂

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