Super Agent Scott Boras to Have Tattoo of A-Rod Removed from Inner Thigh
My Thigh Guy. Scott Boras will have this tattoo of Alex Rodriguez removed from his inner thigh next week confirming once and for all their relationship is over.
NEW YORK, NY (Sportsman’s Daily Wire Service) — Lots of things are coming to a close on the New York baseball landscape – the closing of Yankee and Shea Stadiums, and now an agent-player stunner.
Scott Boras, perhaps the most well known agent in sports, who was fired by New York Yankees All-Star third baseman Alex Rodriguez at the end of 2007, has been meaning to formalize the separation for months. He’s finally doing it. Boras is having the tattoo depicting Rodriguez removed from his inner thigh.
“It was wonderful while it lasted,” said Boras. “Every time I sat on the crapper, there he was – in plain view. It was very special. But of course as everyone knows, we didn’t have to most amicable parting of ways, and now…well, I just can’t stand looking at the damn thing. It’s a cancer – a painful reminder of what once was and can never be again.”
“It goes beyond the garden variety hurtful break-up tattoo removal,” said Fordham University Clinical Psychology Chair, J. Bartholomew Fister. “What we’re dealing with here is a group of people that cross several generations – Baby Boomers, Gen Xer’s, and so forth, who have already rethought or will rethink in the near future the value of having a tattoo. Sure, they may be all sunshine and rainbows today, but what about the future? Nobody wants to look at a tattoo of Snoop Dog on their posterior, when they’re about to qualify for Medicare”
Boras, who’s been labeled “the most hated man in baseball,” is worried he’ll have to begin a full scale tattoo removal if some of his other high-priced superstars follow A-Rod’s lead.
Football super agent Drew Rosenhaus sympathizes with Boras.
“I had considered having a tat of Terrell Owens emblazoned on my cock,” said Rosenhaus. “But ultimately I decided against it. Nothing against my client personally, but in this volatile economy, one never knows who might just bolt to another super agent. However, I am considering selling advertising space on my scrotum which gets a lot of eyeballs…a lot of eyeballs.”
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