Ever since his divorce from Kim Kardashian, Kris Humphries has really been thinking about a lot of things. Physics, metaphysics, colors, the meaning of colors and things of this nature. How else to explain this response when asked about waiving his no-trade clause. From the Newark Star-Ledger:
“Would you jump off a bridge?” Humphries asked reporters who inquired about his willingness to waive the no-trade. “It depends how high the water is (or) if there was a drowning baby in the water. I mean, because you (might) jump off in the summer, if it was warm out, (and) you know the water was deep underneath.
“It’s all circumstantial, is the point I’m trying to make,” he said.
I think we can all agree that this issue needed to be addressed and that it only could be addressed one way and that this is the only possible way that it could be addressed. I mean, if you can’t clear up confusion about whether or not you’d waive your no-trade clause by referencing how you’d save a drowning baby if it was warm out, then how are you supposed to clear up that confusion? Exactly.
This is literally the only logical explanation for this situation and I think we can all agree Kris Humphries totally nailed it. It’s all circumstantial and that is the point that he very clearly and not at all weirdly made.