We’re at the juicy end of the season; the Lions are gone; the players are mad-Mondaying or preparing for finals; and the Social Pages are BACK! There’s so much to get through so let’s get into it!
On July 10 Instagram gave me the ability to embed videos from Instagram into blogs. I like to think that clips like this are exactly WHY. It’s worth the click, trust me.
The Rebels membership drive has started already. Here’s a shot from the calendar next year.
In other news, it’s Digby Ioane’s birthday. For mine, nothing says Happy Birthday like a shirtless professional photo of myself on my own cake. You should see where I put my candles.
He’s also been quite reflective on his move to France. And by reflective, I mean a mirror was probably involved.
Digby’s been looking for love, which leads us into our Social Pages Challenge for the week: how many responses can you come up with for this tweet within a 5min period. Your time starts….now.
Campo’s Contemplation Corner
Campo practices what he preaches. He does NOT talk about things he has no firsthand knowledge of. Once you mentally correct the tweet you’ll see what I see.
Here is a man who knows that you can’t talk about being a selfish team man unless you’ve done so at the elite level.
Well played, Campo. Well played.
The Waratweeting intern has been under a bit of fire since the See You Next Tuesday incident. Last night the Tahs released their slogan for 2014, Believe 2014. Unfortunately things went a little awry on social media.
After the Tahs v Reds game, twitter followers may have been given the impression that the Tahs had a 91 year plan for success. We #Believe2104.
— Quade Cooper (@QuadeCooper) July 14, 2013