It’s finally Wednesday at 9:30, which means only one thing. It’s aUKward Fan Photo time. As always, this is a real picture from a real KSR reader.
This week’s photo came to me accompanied with this message:
“I was walking to my seat 3 years ago at a UK basketball game. I have to walk in front of the erupption zone and behind the cheerleaders to get to my seat. They had put a cheerleader on the shoulders of the announcer, and I may or may not have glanced at the young lady that was placed before me. I was caught on camera, and my friend took a picture of the screen and sent it to me.”
KSR readers, if I told you I had this picture coming for you after the jump, might that be something you’d be interested in? I thought so. Click on over.
This young man goes by the name of Tim Holloway. The photo was taken by his friend Paul Bradley. Together I hear they are the pride of Crestwood, KY.
1.) Tim is caught red handed on national TV doing what all men have done at one time or another. Ladies, I don’t care how great your man is. Simply put, he has looked at a cheerleader’s butt before. Yes, Mom. I have too. We’re so good at it that most of the time we do it without even knowing it is happening.
2.) The cheerleader in Tim’s sights is on the shoulders of everyone’s favorite pilot, Jimmy Dykes. She looks like she got a first class seat on Jimmy’s Jet. Additionally, did you guys know that Jimmy was once an assistant coach at UK and Jarnell Stokes doesn’t know how to stretch?
3.) No female in the picture is looking anywhere near the cheerleader’s behind. They couldn’t care less about it. They are just happy the hair salon wasn’t out of blonde highlights.
4.) Look at the woman with her back turned above the row of dance team girls. Is she pick pocketing the security guard? We’ll never know about that. But I can say for certain that security guard was looking at the cheerleader’s backside.
5.) Last but not least…. Tim, who won the game of pocket pool you had going in your left pocket?
Thanks to Tim and Paul for making this picture happen. It is truly one of the best I have ever seen.
**Keep sending me photos at [email protected] or tweet it to me @AFlenerKSR with the hashtag #aUKwardFanPhoto. I’ve found it to be true that the older the picture the better. It can be one person. It can be more.
Tell me your name, where you are from, and a little bit about the picture (where it was taken, when it was taken, etc.).