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In case you haven’t heard yet: Congressman Anthony Weiner (stop giggling) of New York’s 9th Congressional District created too many opportunities for bad jokes when he – or someone from his Twitter account – sent a shot of his crotch – or someone else who took a picture of Weiner’s crotch – and sent it to a 21-year-old college student.

After initially refusing to refute the allegations and saying people should move on, Weiner had a change of heart (re: a prominent member of the Party read him the riot act over the phone) started doing brief sit-down with reporters. One from MSNBC had the idea to ask him whether or not that was his crotch, which is surprising given the ineptitude at that network.

Weiner’s reply? He can’t say “with certitude” that it isn’t his crotch.

Firstly: how is a guy not able to recognize his own crotch? When I was North of 210 pounds, I rarely saw my nether-region from an upward view and might have had some trouble, but that was some years ago now and Weiner is not a chubby guy by any means.

Secondly: couldn’t Weiner have shown the class and restraint of his peers in Congress and put that junk on Craigslist instead?

Thirdly, and perhaps most damning and alarming: what kind of weirdo says “with certitude?”

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13 Responses to Rep. Weiner can’t say “with certitude” that isn’t his crotch

  1. Jimitre says:

    If he’s not sure, then that means even if that’s not his then he’s definitely taken pics of his crotch before.

  2. Tom Haverford says:

    The only way this could be better is if it was John “Weepy” Boehner..

  3. luvpudders says:

    If nothing else, this whole scenario provided me with a couple of giggles. I find it hard to believe a grown man/politician would do this, but it’s amusing, anyway.

  4. Tony Barbaro says:

    I find this guy to be annoying to begin with ( the time he got all “indignant” and ranted and reved on c-span as an example)…this just makes him even more so….I know with Certitude I won’t be voting for this Weiner.

  5. gray cat says:

    Say what you want about the Kennedys..they would know their “junk” if they saw it… would most of Martha’s Vinyard for that matter.

  6. Em says:

    Weiner rules. I bet he meant to send that pic to John Boehner and mis-typed.
    Also, I think he should use that shot as the background for his business cards.
    “A. Weiner: I have balls”

    He’s got my vote.

  7. A says:

    His wife must be so freaking desperate to be slummin’ it with this dude.

    I wish people would stop doing things like this. For a 12 year old, it horrifying yet almost understandable, but for a middle aged man, it’s the creepiest thing in the world.

  8. EZ says:

    I think we all have a random shot somewhere caught up in the tubes on the interwebs that may have gone past the point of risqué. Chat rooms in the late 90’s were like free love in the 60’s. At least only your computer would catch the virus.

    Of course, to still be doing that stuff in today’s world is just stupid. How many times a year do we have to see the same story come out with someone else’s name and junk attached?

  9. mmcdonald says:

    I would let it slide if he did a quagmire impersonation,is it me or does he resemble him…..wait a minute maybe it WAS quagmire

  10. CJ says:

    I don’t see the outrage? A picture of some guy’s crotch in tighty whities. This weekends Father’s day sales ad from Macy’s is more racy.

    But I believe that any guy who can’t say with certitude that is or is not his junk is a liar.

  11. mmcdonald says:

    See,thats where it helps to be outa shape,if it was Chris Christie,he coulda said “how the heck would I know -aint seen it in years.

  12. Michelle says:

    LMAO !!! “Thirdly, and perhaps most damning and alarming: what kind of weirdo says “with certitude?”
    Im loving your blog more and more everyday

  13. A. says:

    You people are making fun of that word, but I’m sure you’ve already worked it into your everyday conversation at least 5 times by now.

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