â†µSo Chestnut has an entourage, and someone who works with Chestnut's â†µsister pokes my source and says: â†µâ†µ
â†µ"So, Joey wants to give you his phone number, if you want to hang out." â†µ
â†µHe says this with the kind of gravity associated with "Vladimir Putin â†µwould like to speak with you." The woman declines. And thus, instead â†µof getting stiffed in front of just one person, your entire entourage â†µnow knows you were rejected and they still expect you to pick â†µup the tab. See? A wolf only expects fresh meat and the occasional pat â†µon the head, and may urinate on the floors of your hotel room. Then â†µagain, so may your entourage, so the wolf is still ahead as the â†µcompanion of choice. â†µâ†µ
â†µThe point being: Bodog is offering Chestnut as a 2/3 favorite over â†µKobayashi, who is currently running as an 11/10 winner in the nation's â†µmost popular promo event for gastrointestinal distress. Chestnut has a â†µtwo-year win streak against Kobayashi, and is looking to take it to â†µthree in a row and become America's Tubemeat Conqueror of Choice â†µagain. But let's not fool ourselves here: the real winner in all â†µof this? Heart disease, the undefeated champion of them all. â†µâ†µ
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