Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Nice Boobs

Steven Tyler was in Hawaii getting married, and showing off a pretty nice rack. I would say he's a 63 year old man so give him a break but Aerosmith sucks and they haven't released a good album in at least 30 years so fuck him.

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  1. I wonder if he's got that man boob disorder... he's awfully thin to have that much breast. I'd guess he's closing in on a B cup.

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  2. I'm more offended by those briefs.

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  3. As an expert on boobs, I'd say there are a lot of women his age that wish they had boobs like his. That being said, they are a little saggy/hairy/liver spotted/male/etc... for my taste, but he should look into getting an augmentation to perk those bad boys up!

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  4. Also...the middle 90's Aerosmith wasn't horrible, even if all his hits sounded mostly the same (Crazy, Cryin, Amazing)...
    'Living on the Edge' was decent enough to anyone not acting all Hipster-ish about it.
    I CAN HEAR OLD MAN BOB NOW:
    "oh, this new stuff doesn't hold a candle to my 1972 live album where you can hear him snorting lines instead of taking breaths when you listen close enough through the static, but only on an original Panasonic Phonograph, you know, before Sony and Onkyo made it all commercialized and shit."

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  5. Also...the middle 90's Aerosmith wasn't horrible, even if all his hits sounded mostly the same (Crazy, Cryin, Amazing)...
    'Living on the Edge' was decent enough to anyone not acting all Hipster-ish about it.
    I CAN HEAR OLD MAN BOB NOW:
    "oh, this new stuff doesn't hold a candle to my 1972 live album where you can hear him snorting lines instead of taking breaths when you listen close enough through the static, but only on an original Panasonic Phonograph, you know, before Sony and Onkyo made it all commercialized and shit."

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  6. I will always believe that "Toys in the Attic" is the best rock album in history. "Adams Apple", "No More No More", and "Uncle Salty"? They're some of the only songs I'll sit in my car for with the radio on after I pull into my garage. But somewhere along the way I just got tired of their schtick. I'm sorry I only see them now as another tired Baby Boomer act that has loooong outlived their usefulness.

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