by Bargis Tryhol on 06/03/15 at 7:29 am
New York City, NY – (satireworld.com)
World Auction News reports that a personal item of a well known Sports Illustrated model used during the filming of a advertisement for Game of War has found its way on the popular auction site. In past days all bidding has gone thru the roof.
Fully authenicated and signed by model Kate Upton, a training bra used for 2 weeks by the world’s most popular photo model found its way onto the vintage celebrity underwear section of the Southersby auction site The 36C hand forged metallic bra was made by a local kitchen equipment sheet metal fabricator for the recent video shoot starring Upton.
As of today, the top bid is $111,350.00 US.
In recent months, Upton’s Sports Illustrated cover model has had as many adult male viewers as teenage males, due to the models unusually tight tops and very ample cleavage shown during the Game of War commercials airing on TV. Not to mention her more-than-ample bust size that some say is an eye-popping perfect 36c. Fittingly, Upton became famous when the coveted front cover spot on a past Sports Illustrated swim suit edition which sold out in hours.
Today, Upton’s role as a fantasy warrior on horseback complete with enough jiggle to shame Jello, is said to have cost advertisers $40 million dollars as a leading TV marketing tool selling the Game of War, a popular video game.
Her now famous ride through the battle scenes has sparked furious discussion including a Yale scientist who claims he measured her ‘jiggle rate’ at precisely 15509 megahertz which if transformed into actual joules of energy would be enough top cause major slippage on the San Andres fault line in California.
Upton (age 23) made headlines last month when she narrowly escaped disfiguring burns after her skimpy cotton bra ignited as she bent over a birthday cake fully illuminated with candles. The quick thinking of a nearby photographer, who used a pitcher from the punch bowl, saved Ms. Upton’s fame and figure. He was later thanked by thousands of teenagers and an equal amount of grown men for his quick thinking.
Since that episode, Upton’s designer staff has developed and marketed a total fire-proof brassiere for women who work around intense flames and have a serious breast size to protect. Sales increased considerably once the buying public heard that the US Army purchased 200 gross sets of the new bras and outfitted them with concealed propane-powered flame throwers in the bra’s nipples for female special operations soldiers in Afghanistan.
A man from New Mexico claims he’s the highest bidder and if lucky enough to actually win the item, will ask Miss Upton to re-autograph it personally just for him. Jay Mann, a struggling writer, says he has ‘plenty of loot and will stop at nothing to stay atop the bidding.’
Jay Mann is not alone as bidding has reached a fever pitch on the online auction with almost 173,000 bids so far with 10 days left on the item listing
More Upton news as its exposed….