Chris Pratt -- I Ruined Aaron Rodgers' Steak ... My Bad. (VIDEO) https://t.co/TJi7wNhtTa— TMZ (@TMZ) April 28, 2016
Chris Pratt says he takes FULL RESPONSIBILITY for torching Aaron Rodgers' steak on a couples trip earlier this month -- falling on the sword in the biggest celebrity meat story since "Kim Kardashian, Superstar."How adorable! A bromance! A torched steak! Social media shaming!
Turns out Pratt's wife, Anna Faris, is tight with Aaron's lady, Olivia Munn ... and the foursome went on a fun outdoorsy vacation together last week. And everything was cool ... until dinner.
When the guys charred the steak, Olivia man-shamed the duo on social media. Now, Pratt's doing what any superhero would ... saving a friend.
But more importantly ... sounds like the guys had a good time together (perhaps a bromance is brewing?) ... and Pratt says the Packers QB is quite the outdoorsman.
There's something so weird about sharing these little personal details.
I can't picture Bart Starr mugging for the camera over a destroyed steak on a celebrity couples trip. I certainly can't picture Vince Lombardi scrolling through posts and tweets.
Men are different now and not in a good way.
I'm so glad Twitter and Instagram and Facebook weren't around during the Packers' Glory Years. I'm glad they weren't around during the return to glory under Favre in the 1990s.
There is a solution: If you find postings on social media annoying, simply don't spend time checking social media. It's easily done.