It Came From YouTube: Horny fans with creepy Sable signs

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Here’s every creepy Sable sign from 1998.

Yes, somebody compiled them all. That in and of itself is kind of… well… creepy.

Anyway, a bunch of horn-dog fans who have probably never touched a woman in their lives made up a bunch of perverted signs about Sable.

Years later, I wonder if any of these fans get at least a tinge of embarrassment when they re-watch these shows and see themselves with these signs?

Nah, probably not.

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19 Responses to "It Came From YouTube: Horny fans with creepy Sable signs"
  1. Walt says:

    To be honest, the “marry me” signs aren’t as much perverted as pathetic. Still, a lot of creepy pervs with creepy signs.

    Still, none are as a bad at that fat piece of crap who had the “Cane Dewey” sign. A piece of garbage attending a garbage promotion. Fitting.

  2. The Scanian Maniac says:

    Given the adult-oriented programming content of the Attitude era, what is “creepy” about sex jokes?

    • Walt says:

      For me, it’s like this: I’m a wrestling fan. Women ought to be respected as athletes. That’s why I like joshi puroresu. They aren’t just eye candy. Especially in the old All Japan Women’s wrestling promotion.

      I’ll be clear on this, I am a Christian so I don’t watch or look at porn. If I wanted to see naked women, I don’t need some tease fest from McMahon or some innuendo from a so-called “Attitude Era.”. If I wanted to look at women perform sex acts, I could find it for free on the net. The sexual stuff in wrestling is pointless from whatever aspect you choose to look at it. As a Christian, I declare it’s morally wrong, your choice on if you want to agree or not, doesn’t offend me or shake my faith. As a wrestling fan, it added nothing to the wrestling action. If I wanted to see sex, plenty of other places where I’d be able to see a lot more. I’d just go out and be able to have a few one night stands too as I’m not the 30 year old basement dweller.

  3. Scrooge McSuck says:

    Almost makes you feel dirty being labeled a wrestling fan.

  4. John C says:

    What do you expect from 12 year olds, 30+basement dwellers, Vince McMahon and other pervs to show class towards women with big fake balloons and zero personality. Most of there first experiences with a girl was Lara Croft in Tomb Raider or their older brothers stuck together issues of Playboy.

  5. Mike Hunt says:

    Sable can’t wrestle but I’d like to see her box. Classic.

  6. "The Big Cheese" Paul Kraft says:

    I’d rather see The Lovely Miss Elizabeth in any of her 80′s dresses than Sable at any time.

  7. E-Squared says:

    Man oh man, I don’t mind the “Marry Me” signs because they are tame and done just for kicks, but the other stuff was just plain creepy. I will admit that as a guy I do have fantasies about women and all that stuff, but at least I am able to keep my thoughts to myself.

  8. Peter says:

    Some of them aren’t too bad, but I’m pretty convinced that guy with the “For Sale: Sable” sign was going to the show and saw that on a Mercury Sable and, wanting a sign for the TV taping, stole it from the car.

  9. Nickety says:

    A good 40% of these are not creepy and would probably be used for any other Diva interchangeably.

    Also agreed with another poster that all of these signs > Cane Dewey

  10. Doink says:

    Man. there sure are a bunch of mo’s commenting on here.

    • "The Big Cheese" Paul Kraft says:

      A bunch of Moe Howards? That’d be awesome!

      • Walt says:

        I’d rather be a Moe than a Curly Joe or Joe. To be honest I didn’t even like Shemp all that much. The original line up was the best, nyuk nyuk nyuk.

        • Mike says:

          Shemp was the original 3rd stooge actually, Curly was just a victim of coicumstance. He sure was a hysterical fat simpleton though! Moe was funny himself.

          Wait, what was this article about again?

  11. Thomas Moffatt says:

    I remember Michael PS Hayes in his Dok Hendrix character always mentioning Sable in a kind of creepy grown man fancying his mates teenage daughter kind of way…

  12. Matt Soileau says:

    Great music choice. Barbara Makay, Disco Pervert.

  13. Mike says:

    Funny that security people at the entrances to the various arenas would look at those signs and say “yeah, that’s that fine, go ahead” (wink wink!).

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