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A day without Megan Fox? Websites for men say yes

July 29, 2009

Megan Fox this year has made the news every time she walked down the red carpet, offered a teasing sound bite, or did just about anything on a public street or right-of-way. The sex symbol whmegan-foxo starred in “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen,” the year’s biggest movie so far, seemingly can do no wrong when it comes to getting attention.

But that’s just the problem. Reacting to the starlet’s omnipresence in the world of entertainment news, several men’s websites are banning Fox for a day. They say they have nothing against the Tennessee-born beauty, but they are still banning her from their sites on August 4.

“Enough is enough already!” men’s website Double Viking said on its website. “Yes, Megan Fox is banging. Yes Megan Fox is delicious. Yes Megan Fox farts rainbows. But seriously, enough is enough!”

Other websites that have joined the one-day ban include Asylum.com, AskMen.com and On205th.com

meganfox1As James Bassil, editor-in-chief of AskMen.com told the New York Daily News, “You can have too much of a good thing.”

“We’re joining in the media blackout and giving our readers a one-day reprieve from the woman we’ve been drowning in all summer,” Bassil said.

In her upcoming movie, “Jennifer’s Body,” Fox portrays a young woman who becomes possessed by a demon and begins to feed off the boys in her high-school, and in recent in recent days she has won headlines for saying she would like to “eat” Robert Pattinson, the star of “Twilight,” and Disney product Zac Efron.

So we wonder, is a self-described man eater afraid of a one-day ban from some men’s websites? Probably not.

Comments

What are they afraid of? Heat stroke caused by over exposure to the beautiful Megan Fox?

 

I wish they would ban her skanky attitudey face for good personally. She looks like someone from trash town who should have a cig hanging out of one side of her mouth and pushing a stroller with three kids in from three different fathers.

Nothing at all attractive about her…..sorry and anyone who has to declare being a sex addict and liking women too to get attention and up her career is just pathetic and gets no respect from me and only gets respect from dumb idiots, sorry, but only an idiot would find her attractive and it shows, most men are in fact idiots.

Posted by Amanda | Report as abusive
 

good. im over this attention whore!!! she says what she knows men want to hear then disses others for doing the same thing. two faced tramp…

Posted by itsthetruth | Report as abusive
 

all of you are just jealous saying mean things about her its obviously because she’s hot and pretty and you guys are not.

Posted by meganfoxrocks | Report as abusive
 

Megan,

PPPLLLEEEAAASSSEEE!!!!!!! GET OVER YOURSELF!! I AM SO SICK OF HEARING ABOUT YOUR BODY AND WHAT YOU DO AND DON’T DO…GET A REAL LIFE!!

Posted by Denise | Report as abusive
 

to me, meghan fox is just the typical pretty brunette that all the high school boys drool over, plain and simple

Posted by nae | Report as abusive
 

I think Amanda is jealous of miss Fox

Posted by Clint | Report as abusive
 

Nooo!! pff, i could never have to much of megan fox, i love herrrr… :/

Posted by Andrew | Report as abusive
 

She has paragraphs tattooed on her freaking back. No more Megan Fox, EVER, please!

Posted by Todd | Report as abusive
 

It is a shame that people find women jealous when they don’t find Ms. Fox attractive. She has a fantastic body yes, but her face, globbed with make-up is not that impressive. She has the face of a porn star that needs to be put out of their misery.

Posted by Nora | Report as abusive
 

She is hot

Posted by Mason | Report as abusive
 

She is amazing.

Posted by raji | Report as abusive
 

She is lovely, i like her

Posted by None | Report as abusive
 

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