Have you, like us, been completely entranced by the reemergence of Mr. Belding (aka Dennis Haskins) over the world wide web over the last year or so? Have you too been captivated by his cool and toughness? Yes? We thought so.
We ran across this on Deadspin Monday and it pretty much cinched our inevitable “we heart Belding” piece. We’ve taken it upon ourselves to assemble the current exploits of Mr. Belding all in one place. Rest assured, they are awesome.
Say goodbye to the days of wishing you were Zack Morris (and/or A.C. Slater for our douchier contingent). Say hello to the life and times of Mr. Belding…
Mr. B spent Easter Sunday dominating the Hard Rock in Vegas with a bunch of aspiring porn stars dressed up like schoolgirls. How’d you spend yours? Egg Hunt?
Belding played nice for the camera when he ran into Brody Jenner in Vegas, but our sources tell us thirty seconds after this picture was taken he dragged Brody outside and smacked him around just to see how easy it was.
ESPN told Mr. B it wouldn’t be ESPN the Weekend without him, Barkley, and Stu Scott on the mike. Belding and Barkley reenacted the rap-off from “House Party” right after this.
It’s not a Tuesday afternoon for Mr. B without shots with the townies.
Despite all the fuss, Roy Williams doesn’t have shit on Belding. Mr. B told us, “Roy didn’t even sniff a bj at this thing, what a pussy.”
Few people realize that it was actually Belding who talked the hippie down from the tree on Cal’s campus.
Karaoke with Brooke Hogan? Why not? 50/50 chance Mr. B tapped that. Odds are lower than normal because he wasn’t sure if she was a dude or not.
All big stars have a lady on the side. Surprised you didn’t know that.
The wrap up of Belding’s How Not to Party Like a Douchebag seminar.
This chick totally got “Osi’d” a few hours later.
Partying with Wilmer. Five seconds later Belding didn’t even do Wilmer the courtesy of dragging him outside to see how easy it was to kick the shit out of him.
That’s the buy-one-get-one-free sign for all you amateurs.
And finally. On stage. Tony Romo. Shitty metal band. Journey. The quintessential Belding.
Consider yourself educated. (And we couldn’t even find footage of his “Always Sunny in Philadelphia cameo.)