Category Archives: Super Bowl
We here at PamelaPucker are fortunate to have followers from all over the world. Many of them hail from right here in the good old USA. One of our regulars here is a paralegal at the law firm of Holcomb Dumbar in Oxford, Mississippi. She knows a thing or two about law and and currently works for one of there top litigation lawyers there. Obviously I will need to leave her name out of this. She is a FaceBook friend and I have spoken with here in the past regarding Eli’s troubles and how I knew the lawyer here in Jersey going after him.
Our inbox convo:
- February 26, 2014
Xxxxx XxxxaxDude, you will never guess who I bumped into earlier today!
Xxxxx XxxxaxAbby Manning. She was coming out of Bottletree Bakery over on Van Buren Ave.Xxxxx XxxxaxWe exchanged some pleasantries and I told her I was a huge Giant’s fan growing up in Weehawken and all. She was pretty cool until I dropped the bomb on her. I said, “Whats up with the fake Super Bowl helmet on display up in Canton?”and hello!
Xxxxx XxxxaxNothing, no reply. Shot me a dirty look and walked away. I laughed at first then felt kinda bad. Oh well, what evs…
Xxxxx XxxxaxNo worries 🙂....Okay so maybe it wasn’t an interview but close enough. Hopefully in the future we can get some press creds and get on the front line. Huge shout out to Xxxxx Xxxxax for her deep cover reporting. She is Pucker Strong! -Big Drew.....
>Big Drew, I’m here on Blogger Row at 2011 Super Bowl week there are all kinds of celebrities. I just walked past Adam Sandler getting interviewed by Arli$$. Jessica Simpson was here earlier and celebrity/athlete Mark Sanchez made an appearance.
Those folks draw big crowds of people whether it’s fans, media or their personal entourage. One of the biggest crowds, however, goes to Mike Sorrentino.
What, you don’t know who that is? How about Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino from Jersey Shore?
Indeed, at the biggest sports media event of the year, one of the biggest crowds goes to the dude from Jersey Shore. He also has arguably the biggest entourage here.
It’s pretty amazing how much has changed at Super Bowl week from 2010 to 2011. This year, press conferences start with an announcement that tweeting is or isn’t allowed and The Situation draws some of the biggest crowds.
Sorry I don’t have a better photo. The police officers surrounding him wouldn’t let me get any closer. -TimberFake.
Great job Chris (TimberFake). F*ck 5-0! I know you will get close enough to get a pic with Situation. You always do…. -Big Drew