Available on Etsy for the tidy sum of $250, this one-of-a-kind piece of original artwork can be yours, to hang in your rec room or dungeon.
Troy Polamalu, the magnificently coiffed safety for the Pittsburgh Steelers, made some news last week when he announced that he would be cutting his hair in a display of support and to pay respect to
We all get it. Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu is well known for for his hair, almost as much to the layperson as his dominant play on the back-end of the Steelers defense.
Much like the bevy of Jeremy Lin-related crafty items and the Tebowing Robot, Etsy has come through once again to dazzle (or horrify) us with a borderline disturbing product related to the world of s
This just in: Troy Polamalu has long, flowing hair and because of this, he makes a great pitchman for Head & Shoulders shampoo. We get it already.
Egad! That thing is certifiably terrifying.
To be perfectly blunt, I pondered the point of doing a post about this photo, then I said to myself, I said, “Meh.
If the Pittsburgh Steelers thought they would be the only team in Super Bowl XLV to feature a stellar defensive player who possesses flowing tresses of fabulous – yet masculine – hair who
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Chilling, isn’t it? I know what you’re thinking: what in the hell would Troy Polamalu be doing on a farm, and if he were, wouldn’t you think he would exercise enough caution so as t
Who says the stereotypical sports fan is a sloppy, knuckle-dragging troglodyte who could give a rip about fashion and style? Well, to be honest, I would, but how then could I explain our collective f
No really, they did.
GAH! Kill it! Kill the miniature little bastard!
I’m not sure how much thought went into this grand idea, but above is a photo still from a commercial promoting truTV’s upcoming new serie
Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu finally has a legitimate reason to keep his long hair: endorsement opportunities.