I don’t follow Parish on the Gram if you are interested
So…you want me to watch a video, on the internet, of a guy I only know about because of the internet, complaining about internet celebrities…
We didn’t need you to tell us something we already knew.
Yep, never been into ladyboys
The AFL does have it’s own scent and I reckon we all know what it smells like…
I’m sorry but this is soooo wrong. Do you work in digital marketing or are you just making this up? Bots are a thing, there’s no doubt. They certainly don’t make up MOST of these peoples followers. And the career path isn’t past it’s peak. It’s as alive as ever and isn’t going anywhere.
Also, i don’t know why you’re throwing shade on this chick saying “everybody has a boutique swimsuit range” and calling it generic. How many businesses did you have up and running at 21? Jealous?
I’m sure it works better in some markets than others.
If you had a make-up range and one of those vloggers said it was awesome, you’d think, ‘welp, I can retire now.’
Correct. The above comparison to Franco Cozzo is a bit of a laugh.
I would like to know what the AFL’s scent would smell like AND who would wear this?
Maybe needs a poll?
I prefer people who do something useful with their lives.
Like posting on Blitz.
Are you comparing Bill Burr, one of the most popular and successful comedians on the planet, to random Instagram model no 75082?
@Paul_Peos get a load of this guy
I said what I said, not what you said.
Getting back on topic, she’s hot.
they obviously read Blitz
TOMAS Bugg’s shock retirement on Friday put Carlton’s love affair with recruiting former Giants – and the success or lack thereof with the strategy – back on the agenda.
Twelve one-time Greater Western Sydney footballers have later been Blues in recent years, but Bugg’s exit, because of increasing business interests, leaves just half of those still on the list.
That doesn’t include Harrison Macreadie, an ex-Giants Academy member whom Carlton drafted in 2016.
The fact Blues great-turned-list boss Stephen Silvagni previously held the same role at the Giants is no coincidence.
Carlton also made a major, but ultimately unsuccessful, play for All Australian midfielder Dylan Shiel in last year’s NAB AFL Trade Period, including flying him to Noosa on a private jet.
Former Blues dasher Dylan Buckley went the other way after being delisted in 2017, signing with GWS, where he will again play this season.
Perhaps only defenders Lachie Plowman and Caleb Marchbank have proven worthwhile acquisitions so far, and even then Marchbank’s wretched injury history has followed him to Ikon Park.
There is time for Matthew Kennedy, who is only one season and 12 games into his Blues career, Jarrod Pickett, Andrew Phillips and the newest of the recruits, Will Setterfield, to change that.
However, Pickett will spend much of this year on the sidelines again after rupturing the patella tendon in his right knee in late December.
That came after the No.4 pick in the 2014 NAB AFL Draft started pre-season slightly overweight.
A broken wrist on season eve spoiled 22-year-old Pickett’s 2018 campaign.
Tldr: SOS is sh/t
Does BJ still want to play football?
Yet FC fans still insist that SOS is a genius.
Please don’t tell them yet!
I’m up for a little schadenfreude, so…
I think this trade/draft period has been a resounding success so far. It’s looking like not getting Shiel could be a blessing in disguise. Now they just need a mature age mid or two and possibly a small defensive forward in the preseason/rookie draft to top the list off nicely.
We have gone from the leat talented list in the AFL 4 years ago, to up there with one of the most talented IMHO.
Well done SOS and Carlton.
Over to you Russell and Bolts.