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Jazz Center Enes Kanter Put Out an Open Call for Blondes, Brunettes on Twitter

Are athletes’ lives really as great as folks seem to think they are? Sure, these guys have money, fame and a celebrity status that many would kill for – but that doesn’t guarantee happiness, does it? Heck, maybe all of the downsides that come with that sort of lifestyle outweigh the positives, right?

Yeah, no. Athletes have amazing lives. And in case you aren't sure about how amazing their lives are, Utah Jazz scrub Enes Kanter would love to remind you.

Here are two messages he sent out from the Cheesecake Factory:

Eating dinner @cheesecake downtown, looking for a blonde to eat dinner with me at my table. Does anyone wanna join me ?

— Enes Kanter (@Enes_Kanter) September 26, 2012

Just finished dinner. Thanks Twitter <3 Now need a massage. BRUNETTES WELCOME

— Enes Kanter (@Enes_Kanter) September 26, 2012

This is a guy who averaged five points and four rebounds last year. Five points and four rebounds. Kanter has the sort of sense of entitlement that he displays in that tweet for a reason: because he's used to getting what he wants with a simple request.

Best. Life. Ever.

(Kudos The Big Lead)

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