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Ryan Madson is acting questionable

I've seen similar types of "poking fun" entries on other Phillies blogs. When this picture came across my desk today, I figured, "Why not...?"

Ryan Madson was out on the town (Manayunk) over the weekend and was photographed acting pretty with a purse slung over his shoulder and being chummy with a friend of mine. Can I really call him a friend, if he's actually my friends' friend, and I only prank called him once? Sure, why the heck not?!

Comments

Lys said…
*LOL* I saw the round of pics as well - definitely some comic relief.
Amanda said…
Hahahaha! Awesome Photo.
GM-Carson said…
Madson ghey?

I may steal this picture for future use on my blog. Thanks for the permission.
Jay Floyd said…
Carson, you are welcome to BORROW it, provided props are given to the Phoul Ballz page.

I didn't say anything about teh ghey by the way (not that there's anything wrong with that). But I did, however, leave out some interesting suggestive talk and hickey references that may have occured.

Happy New Year to the WSBGM boys.
Anonymous said…
Oh boy....he must have had way too many cosmos that night...ha ha.

-Nikki
IRONPIGPEN said…
I like the Dodger guy picking his nose on your front page!

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