Okay, now you can mind the bollocks

You ain’t woman enough, says Faith Hill, to take my man’s nutsack:

When a ballsy female concertgoer reached out and grabbed Tim McGraw’s nether regions Saturday at the Cajundome in Lafayette, Louisiana, his missus told the errant fan in no uncertain terms that that sort of behavior is frowned upon in them there parts (no pun intended).

“Somebody needs to teach you some class, my friend,” a finger-wagging Hill told the woman. “You don’t go grabbin’ somebody else’s, somebody’s husband’s [privates], you understand me? That’s very disrespectful!”

Take it easy, Faith. Sit a spell. Breathe.

(Via Hecklerspray.)





8 comments

  1. Kate »

    2 August 2007 · 11:26 am

    When women are good, they’re so good. And when they’re bad, they’re so damn tacky.

  2. Mister Snitch! »

    2 August 2007 · 12:17 pm

    What about ass-grabbing? That still cool? I seem to have misplaced my book on Southern etiquette.

    We should be hearing from McGehee any minute on this.

  3. McGehee »

    2 August 2007 · 11:23 pm

    We should be hearing from McGehee any minute on this.

    Any woman grabbing my junk won’t have any hands free to defend herself against my wife.

  4. Mark Alger »

    3 August 2007 · 10:24 am

    I have to disagree, CG. I think Faith is dead-on right. Well, on this, anyway. (If memory serves, she leans left otherwise.)

    I’ve long maintained that the reason a**holes proliferate is because good people do nothing when confronted with them.

    When some maniac in an “Ultimate Driving Machine” weaves across four lanes of traffic to cut you off, don’t just sit there, BLOW YOUR HORN! Maybe if the got called on their outrageous behavior more often, fecktards would be less willing to pull that kind of crap.

    M

  5. Kate »

    3 August 2007 · 10:35 am

    I’m with Mark.

    Well, I’m not *with* Mark. But we do agree on this.

  6. CGHill »

    3 August 2007 · 11:45 am

    I have no problem with calling feckwits on their outrageous behavior, but inasmuch as this particular incident was, I suspect, instigated by a person who is intent on worming her way into the spotlight no matter what, I’m not persuaded that the denunciation she got, justified as it was, would have any particular effect on her.

  7. Mister Snitch! »

    5 August 2007 · 3:12 am

    Why isn’t Kate with Mark anymore?

  8. CGHill »

    5 August 2007 · 10:22 am

    They agreed on only the one thing.

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