The strongest man in the world recently got engaged to a petite minx.
Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson plays Ser Gregor Clegane “The Mountain” on Game of Thrones. More importantly, he’s 6’9” and currently the strongest man in the world. Even more importantly, he got married this weekend in his native Iceland to a 5’2” Canadian, body-building woman named Kelsey Morgan Henson.
His arm is bigger than both of her legs together.
FYI, ladies, THIS is what a female body-builder should look like: in shape, not shape-shifted into a man.
A reader emails,
The BIG, strong guy gets the sweet, petite hottie.
How come she didn’t want a pasty little guy who respects her and would never proceed to first base without a signed, notarized consent?
How come he did not want a strong wahmon with blue hair, tats, and a muffin top instead of a waistline?
IT’S NOT FAIR!!!
Big men are often found coupled with petite women. Naturally, big-framed or overly-muscled women psychologically project their preference for a big man to complement them onto men, fooling themselves that big men have the same tastes as big women. Nope. Big men, like medium-sized men and small men, prefer sexy lithe slender white hot foxy ladies.
And all women, big, medium, small, prefer men bigger than themselves.
It’s the God of Biomechanics once again making mockery of feminism and puling soyboyism.
Another little truth that feminists and soyboys run from: hsmv women LOVE LOVE LOVE to feel impotent and vulnerable in the arms of a physically powerful man. Candy is dandy, but tossing her around like a rag doll in bed makes her knickers slicker.
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