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CFLCane

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Bless you?
 

SWFLSWAGG17

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Love the African first name matching the surname. Reminds me of the Wisconsin basketball player Duany Duany, or Manut Bol's son Bol Bol. I can see this guy doing a lion hunting end zone dance.
 

SWFLSWAGG17

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Canadian football is funny
"Grade 11 highlights" :ROFLMAO: So Canadian ( I know, I'm a Canuk.)
He looks like he is on ice skates the way he rounds out his routes. Being where he is from, maybe he is.
 

Tad Footeball

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"Grade 11 highlights" :ROFLMAO: So Canadian ( I know, I'm a Canuk.)
He looks like he is on ice skates the way he rounds out his routes. Being where he is from, maybe he is.
Grade 11? Sh!t! That's impressive, bud. I only have my Grade 6!

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I think in some parts of Africa the first and last names are the maternal and paternal surnames. If the parents are distantly related you can get identical first and last names.

That being said, gotta love someone named after one of my favorite dipping sauces (French dip a jus)..
 

SWFLSWAGG17

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He's Sudanese. You're thinking of the Masai who are Kenyan for the lion hunting. I see what you did there though.
Was it racist to assume all Africans (South Africa excluded) hunted lions?
 
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