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Gary Goodridge isn’t comfortable with you checking out his meat

Gary Goodridge isn’t comfortable with you checking out his meat

When someone says potato you usually think meat or one of it’s derivatives. Steak, pork, chicken — if you’re having potatoes you are also probably having meat. Therefore, this new Cage Potato feature called, “Ask Gary” starring Gary Goodridge answering random fan questions, is like a perfectly balanced man meal. It’s got just the right amount of awesome meat talk to feed your craving. One fan named ‘MyDonkeyPunch’ asked Gary: What is the most awkward moment you’ve had backstage at an event?

“It was always very awkward to have to try and change backstage when people had their girlfriends, wives or the mothers in the room. There was very little privacy in the dressing rooms of Pride and nobody would leave when fighters were changing into their jocks, etc. It seemed like every time that I’d go to put on my jock or tie up the strap, somebody would be looking. People would pretend like they weren’t watching you, but they would actually be watching your meat fall out of the side of your jock. I know it made a lot of the fighters uncomfortable.”

As much as I would like to sympathize with Gary at the awkwardness of meatgazing, I have to admit meat is sort of like the man version of cleavage. It’s just one those things that eyes are automatically drawn to. There is a hypnotic force within inadvertant and random meat slippage that does not allow a person to look away. Not only that but if you walk around adjusting your jockstrap in the locker room with a nickname like Big Daddy you are just asking for meatwatchers to molest you with their eyes. Inquiring minds will want to know if your nickname is just wishful thinking or if there really is a ‘big daddy’ and just how big it might be. The power of meat is strong Gary, it’s just one of those things in life that you must accept and embrace. [source]

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