Megan Fox Is Banned[Gallery not found]
I’m totally self-important and think everything revolves around me, so this is probably my fault. You’re welcome. The New York Daily News reports:
It may seem unlikely, but the men of America are sick of Megan Fox. A dozen male-focused Web sites including AOL’s men’s lifestyle/humor site Asylum.com — as well as Ask Men, Just a Guy Thing and Double Viking — have sanctioned Aug. 4 as a Megan Fox media blackout day. Why the diss? All the editors feel the starlet has become a bit too overexposed — and they’re not just talking about her fashion sense. Fox has appeared on the covers of Esquire, Empire, Maxim, GQ UK, Entertainment Weekly and Elle this year alone, plus she did heavy press for her role as Mikaela Banes in “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.” “You can have too much of a good thing,” says AskMen.com’s Editor-in-Chief James Bassil, who tells us, “We’re joining in the media blackout and giving our readers a one-day reprieve from the woman we’ve been drowning in all summer.”
My totally normal, not weird at all obsession with Megan Fox is fully documented on this site, so I won’t tell you how the very mention of a one day ban on Megan Fox shakes me to my very core. Some may call it a phase (some of you may remember my Jessica Biel, Keira Knightley, and Keeley Hazell deals), but the fact that she’s dating the wigger from 90210 gives me hope. I mean, he’s Brian Austin Green. At best, he should be on television in a gorilla costume, standing next to a giant inflatable Uncle Sam telling me how I could get 0% financing on this new Ford F-150. He’ll even take my trade no matter how much I owe!