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A local Sydney man has today undergone a transformation so impressive, that it would have even wowed K.A. Applegate – the pair behind the hit series Animorphs.
The man at the centre of the stunning feat is Paddington man Vaulcuse Bronte, a local finance guy who works in the CBD in one of those jobs most people don’t understand.
Boasting a job title that’s harder to comprehend than the concept of franking credits, Vaucluse has shocked his workplace acquaintances by seamlessly transforming from a Sydney Roosters fan, into a Sydney Swans fan.
“Up the fucking Bloods,” said Vaucluse this afternoon, signally his newfound support for the Sydney Swans.
“The Swans are my friends now,” said the young Eastern Suburbs man who has had to jump off the Sydney Roosters bandwagon unseasonally early this year.
The almost overnight transformation from a Roosters Fan to a diehard Bloods supporter comes after the Eastern Suburbs rugby league team got bounced in the first week of NRL finals.
The Tri-Colours were rolled by their arch-rivals, the South Sydney Rabbitohs, with Roosters fans finding a multitude of reasons to sook about the loss.
“They should be called the South Sydney Dairy Farmers, ’cause they are a bunch of milkmen,” said Vaucluse today.
“Anyway, I’m a Swans supporter, so whatever,” said the man who used his old man’s SCG membership to snag a couple of tickets to the Preliminary Final against Collingwood this weekend, for his first AFL game of the year.
“It’s such a better sport to watch live anyway, particularly with what the NRL bunker is up to now.”
“Can’t wait to tip a couple in Paddington then stroll down to the G to see Buddy kick a bag.”
“Gonna be a grouse Saturday arvo.”
“Up the Bloods”