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Monday, October 27, 2014

Kim and Kanye Hung Out With, Appeared Incredibly Bored By, Barry Bonds at the Game Last Night

Posted By on Mon, Oct 27, 2014 at 7:30 AM

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Just a couple months after attempting to get a mosh pit started during his head-scratching performance at Outside Lands, rapper and ready-made Internet meme Kanye West and his wife, entertainment franchise and #hashtag #enthusiast Kim Kardashian, were back in the city for last night's game, chilling at the ballpark with iconic former Giants slugger Barry "he's an asshole, but he's our asshole" Bonds. 

"#DateNight #WorldSeries #IHaven'tBeenBackHereSinceISaidYes," tweeted Kardashian, who, despite the look on her face in this photo, was ostensibly happy to be back at AT&T, the site of Kanye's bombastic, exorbitant media circus marriage proposal one year ago

Questions: Do we think Kanye has fully embraced Sad Kanye, and at this point is actually a willing, self-aware performance artist with a decent sense of humor, just trying to make meme creation that much easier on us? Do we think Kim is having a "maybe I didn't need all those garlic fries in addition to the Doggie Diner bratwurst" kind of moment? And, conversely, has anyone ever seen Barry Bonds look this genuinely happy? Talk amongst yourselves.

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