So, while we think about the years of our time we spent watching the show (Okay, it was like 5,324 minutes...
or so...), it’s nice to have something more tangible to measure the show’s progress and endpoints.
w=1024&h=683 1024w" sizes="(max-width: 1000px) 100vw, 1000px" / According to Sports Illustrated, Serena Williams played a cruel and unusual prank on her hitting partner and “brother” of eight years, Sascha Bajin.
Swimsuit Issue is here, and we love the fabulous mix of awesome ladies posing.
The two intimated the saga to Sports Illustrated in detail: She created a tan, ethnically-ambiguous alter ego named “Heidi.” Heidi was this gorgeous woman, complete with her own Facebook page with a bio and plenty of photos. Heidi contacted Bajin out of the blue, claiming to have gotten his number from “a friend.” Heidi was all but too eager to meet up with Bajin in person. Bajin told Sports Illustrated of Williams’ treachery: “Oh, my God. If Bajin hadn’t finally worked up the nerve to actually call Heidi and heard Williams’ phone vibrate in her bag, Bajin still would’ve been fawning over this angelic face he’d never seen in person, and didn’t question, because why would anyone?
If so, this had to have been Williams’ Williams “catfished” Bajin, meaning she created an online persona to play with Bajin’s emotions by stringing him along with text and Facebook messages. “I mean, there was some serious master planning.” Bajin has known Williams for almost a decade, so her tone and voice must be pretty much . Bajin told Sports Illustrated that he even talked about Heidi with Williams, and somehow she kept a straight face through all of it.
They both have manes of golden blonde beach waves like nobody's business.
Spoilers ahead, so beware if you haven't finished binge-watching 4.
(AP Photo/Jason De Crow) ORG XMIT: USO631 " data-medium-file="https://usatftw.files.wordpress.com/2014/08/ap_2014_us_open_tennis_66756710-2.jpg? w=1000&h=666" alt="(AP)" width="1000" height="666" srcset=" Williams had planned to take it even further with a fake missed connection: “Take pictures of him and then I was going to send them to him,” Serena laughs. That is, unless these cruel and unusual pranks happen between the two all of time. A prank so cruel and unusual that it’s more or less on the order of friendship-ending.Serena Williams, of the United States, reacts after losing a game to Taylor Townsend, of the United States, during the opening round of the U. w=300" data-large-file="https://usatftw.files.wordpress.com/2014/08/ap_2014_us_open_tennis_66756710-21.jpg? w=1000" /Serena Williams, of the United States, reacts after losing a game to Taylor Townsend, of the United States, during the opening round of the U.