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Adrian Goodwin

Male. Lives in Melton, Victoria, Australia. Born on May 30, 2000.
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Keith King
Each to there own. He isn't hurting anyone
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Martha Tsattalios
Communism
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Blake Cooper
You know you've hit the jackpot when a guy meets a woman with amazing boobs who isn't just out to sell herself.
Michelle Caruso
This is fair dinkum.
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June 12, 2024
Gregory Washington
There are a ton of rich folks during capitalism's peak. 👍
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June 12, 2024
Craig Menzies
She had about three twitter accounts and after the third one got banned she gave up for good, Virescence, Fatlover69, and Lotad69.
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June 12, 2024
Brent Cochrane
Are you kidding me?
*Communism rate goes all the way down to zero*
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Coolest poster against communism
Awesome moving ahead
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Paul Hall
They might be massive, but they'd look all shriveled and droopy.
Samuel Torres
Not a sure thing, you could end up being the regular sheila.
Sure, but would you rock those Brezniev eyebrows?
No Soviet women had large breasts.
How much would a steak and potatoes cost on onlyfans?
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Stephen Edwards
Devon and tomato sauce sandwich. Bloody horrible. More https://bit.ly/45jn4QL
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A magical combination of Devon, cheese, and tomato sauce between two soft slices of bread.
Gregory Murphy
I bloody love Devon and tomato sauce sangers. I smash them back all the time. Delicious!
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June 11, 2024
Lisa Williams
Fresh white bread.
Mick Walker
I reckon Devon and tomato sauce sangas are bloody good, but can't go without the real butter, mate.
What other food would pair well with Devon?
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June 11, 2024
Joshua Davis
How is that even illegal???? It's lit.
Anthony Moxham
Butter > devon > hot chips > tomato sauce
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June 11, 2024
Mum used to whip up some fried Devon and eggs on toast, topped with salt, pepper, and tomato sauce when we were feeling a little strapped for cash. I still treat myself to it every now and then.
I've still got this, mate. Maybe let's concentrate on real crime stories.
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Alex Fyfe
I used to crush these sandwiches when I was a kid.... So good on bread!
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Ben Smith
I reckon I bloody love a fritz and sauce sanga. The real crime is not having any butter or margarine.
No worries with the sandwich filling mate, but I reckon I'd chuck some butter on the bread too!
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John Smith
Fritz and sauce sangas are tops! Gotta have fresh bread and fair dinkum butter for me as well
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June 11, 2024
Devon and sauce sammies are the bomb, but they're only complete with some BBQ sauce!
Have these people been living under a rock? We've been eating this sandwich for years, probably before the "influencer" was born. 😜🙄😂
Mark Nicholls
Devon sammies are tops!
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June 11, 2024
Robert Cook
No need for butter, just give me the cheese! Let's press it in a sandwich press and make it all melty!
Grant Dew
No dramas with Devon and sauce sangas, I used to trim the edges off the bread and roll 'em up.
Craig Thomas
Back in the day, only us old-timers know about this! It was all the rage in the 70s, way before you young whippersnappers were around.
Leighton Massey
That's awesome, but I would totally still butter my bread!
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June 11, 2024
Anthony Cook
In South Africa, we call Devon "Fritz" and it's awesome with sauce and in a sandwich!
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Jason Thomas
It's a yummylicious
Butter, mate! Gotta have some butter on it!
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John Rowe
The real crime is the bad reporting. Eat whatever you feel like. Fritz and tomato sauce? That takes me back to my childhood in Adelaide, good times. I could go for one now but I'm stuck in the UK...
Absolutely smitten with it
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Martin Carter
This sandwich was the lifeline for a whole generation in the 80s. Who wouldn't love a Devon and sauce sarnie!
Jordan Graham
I've always hated Devon sausage, had to eat it at state school, hot for lunch. (Qld) gets bloody hot in summer.
James Kemp
In South Africa, we like to call it a polony and tomato deliciousness sandwich! We can't get enough of it!
Ethan Hart
Might end up getting slapped with a ticket or some shit
AFL rumour mill
Everybody has got at least 1 week for similar, so this will be 1 week for sure
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 Keith Griffin
Well, if he dodges that tackle, a bunch of players have been unfairly benched in the past few seasons.
Terry Adams
He was so done and just snapped. No buts about it. Hopefully he'll take that as a lesson.
Howard Brown
Yes, he was frustrated by two high tackles on him that were not penalized.
He's definitely not the top dog. No clue how to take him down!
Allen Martin
Reid can learn from winning Best and Fairest.
Leroy Douglas
Just picture getting second place and not being the top player, like Mitchell and Cotchin's phony Brownlow win.
Adam Hawke
We already a dozen games deep. Who really thought he was gonna take the win? One injury and he might be benched. Let's just wrap the year up, ya know?
Phillip Williams
Was he the top dog? Maybe, but not exactly playing fair, just the runner-up.
Luis Martin
It's like the Brownlow rules - if you can't go a season without breaking a rule, tough luck. It ain't a participation award like back in primary school. You gotta earn those top prizes by playing by the book. Easy as that.
Cynthia James
Fyfe shirked the rules but the AFL let him off the hook because he was the golden boy at the time, and he ended up winning the Brownlow Medal.
Michael Brown
Hey, rules are rules, so just let it go.
Kian Hickey
G'day mate, welcome to the top tier princess
Who claimed he would win it from the start?
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June 5, 2024
Jackson Smith
The best is someone who follows the rules and excels.
Joel Kennedy
He is the top first-year player in the AFL and will be a future champion.
Thomas Peterson
Do you think fairness in the game is no longer important? All players, especially role models, should play with sportsmanship for the benefit of society and young fans. Being the best does not excuse you from facing consequences for your actions. Fairness is crucial.
Mark McNeil
Can't go changing the rules to make sure the player the AFL favors wins the award. It just doesn't fly like that.
Keiren Thompson
I think this kid is an absolute legend on the field, hands down the top rookie in the AFL! But hey, just remember, play around and you'll soon find out what happens!
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June 5, 2024
Andrew Broadfoot
If someone's getting punished for no good reason in a report, they shouldn't have to deal with it. It's just not fair when one week a simple play gets you out for ages but the next week someone gets away with a way worse move. It's just not consistent.
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Alastair Smith
Having a blast watching this youngster tear it up at Optus this year...he's all about the competition, taking on every ball like a champ. He's a total beast and couldn't care less about awards!
Riley Murray
Follow the rules and we all stay safe and sound!
Sam FitzPatrick
Starting in 2025, award the best player for both Rising Star and Brownlow without the fairest segment, without making immediate changes for just two individuals.
Scott Martin
Folks just don't get the diff between a rising star and the Brownlow for best and fairest, ya know?
Paul Bennett
Gotta be the top pick for MVP, no doubt.
Liam Symons
Rules cannot be altered retrospectively.
Just make the Rising star the award for the fairest young player and have a different award for the best. You can't say fairer than that, mate!
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Raymond Lee
As far as I know, the award was given to the player who worked hard all year.
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Ditch the award or just make it a MVP award. Suspensions are dropping left and right for no reason, it's getting out of control.
James Stewart
If it was someone else, there wouldn't be a drama. This media attention is causing more trouble than benefit.