November 22, 2010
"I put it down for a second and it was gone," said the 6-3, 225-pounder, who was the last one off the ice at the Coyotes' optional pre-game skate. "I'm not saying the Munson is from Edmonton, but it happened in Edmonton and Karma's going to speed-bag that donkey."
For those unfamiliar with the term, Munson originates from the movie Kingpin and is slang for a born loser. It's someone who should be given a wide berth.
"It's not the phone I'm worried about, it's all my contacts," said Bissonnette, a social media favourite of hockey fans around the globe. "I don't have it locked or back-upped and there's a lot of people in there ... Brody Jenner, Tom Green ... all the guys I've ever played with.
Anyone else find it hilarious Brody Jenner and Paul Bissonnette have a Bromance?
BizNasty discovered the theft when one of his friends received a random text. He's cancelled his cell service. In true Twitter superstar form, he lamented the loss of his smartphone thusly:
Obviously, we hope someone returns BizNasty's BlackBerry, lest someone replicate the recipe for Panty Soup like Elaine sharing the Soup Nazi's mulligatawny secrets with the rest of Manhattan.
Although, admittedly, we sorta wish it was a homeless guy who took the phone, for the sake of irony ...