With bare walls, dirty dishes on the floor, and the use of lawn furniture and office chairs in lieu of actual seating, this picture would be a strong nominee for the international standard of a "dude apartment," but this is in fact a group of friends watching the Super Bowl. Sitting in the foreground in the white shirt is Jason Priestley (sex god of the '90s), and in the back with the beer bottle dick is Brad Pitt (sex god of eternity), who were roommates during their early days in LA. Priestley would hit superstardom first by landing the leading role in Beverly Hills 90210, but it's safe to say that Pitt has caught up to him by now.
And in case you were still thinking that this was anything other than a bachelor pad, Priestley revealed that he and Pitt would have contests to see who could go the longest without showering and shaving. He also remarked that Pitt always won, since Priestly would have to shower and shave to go on auditions. We're gonna guess he still auditions more than Pitt today.
Stephen King Was Your University's Hairy Weirdo
Believe it or not, there was a time when 30 percent of all media wasn't based on Stephen King stories. Back in the early '70s, King, only a few years out of college, was releasing his first novel -- a thoughtful, gym-warming story called Carrie. His alma mater, the University of Maine, was excited to announce that one of their own was now an author, so they published a brief piece about it in the school newspaper, where King had once been a columnist. Realizing that most people probably wouldn't know him by name, they decided to include a helpful file photo of him:
The Maine Campus"Oh! That guy. Yeah. *shudders* Yeah."
Aaaand there's King looking like he just burst through your bathroom door with an ax. The article decides to ignore the 800-pound unibrowed elephant in the room, instead relating the details of his book deal. It's almost as if someone scary had been staring at them as they wrote this and they didn't want to piss him off.
When he's not trying to be best friends with Tina Fey, Chris can be found on Twitter.
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