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No biggie. Just our Blood, Sweat, Beards shirts becoming the official tshirt of the Sox. Did the Pres do it again or did the Pres do it again?
victorino has some short fucking legs
pres is the only blogger worse than zollo
Ironically, aside from pimping Red Sox gear, I don’t recall reading any actual blogs about Red Sox on this site.
Fucking yay for you.
Oddly pres doesn’t blog about the sox and they have been winning. Prob good mr mush is leaving them alone
A blog to brag about 2 t shirts you sold. Eat dick pres no one gives a flyin fuck dump
Pres is a bandwagoner. dude never blogs about the Sox and then thinks he’s sweet after a couple of them wear his overpriced shit
STOP EMAILING ME DAVE
impressive. maybe it’s time to get off WordPress, or is that what real moguls use for their websites?
u should sell the shirts AFTER the sox get blood and sweat and beards on them. thats mogul life
We need another barstool movement with song lyrics stupidly changed yestetday…shits gettin dull at the stool
If by “it” you mean reblog, then yes.
Fuck this iPhone app
Those shirts fucking suck. Fuck you Pres
Haters gonna hate
They won today by the way.
I expect you were too busy watching VMA reruns or getting drunk with 18 year olds.
anyone know any bars showing Mayweather vs. Alvarez tonight?
This is so cool!
Dell (h/t to @animalman) http://imgur.com/nryYXiR
Does this 2peat have anything to do with Michigan not covering ?
why do i even read this piece of shit blog anymore. fuck you and your t shirts NO ONE CARES
Maybe the team realizes that this is the only way they’ll get coverage on this site.
nothing better than a t-shirt reblog! I’m going to come to barstool HQ and pelt your jew schnozz with coins
Pres, seriously, you suck.
cool dude alert
Just imagine if anyone actually liked you
I think I just saw this same exact blog two hours ago on this site called barstoolsports. What a coincidence.
Blogs like this make me wanna kill myself
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