Monday, September 26, 2016

Don't Phunk With My Heart


No, no, no, no, don’t phunk with my heart
(Yeah)
No, no, no, no, don’t phunk with my heart



I wonder if I take you home
Would you still be in love, baby (in love, baby)
I wonder if I take you home
Would you still be in love, baby (in love, baby)



Girl, you know you got me, got me
With your pistol shot me, shot me
And I’m here helplessly
In love and nothing can stop me
You can’t stop me cause once I start it
Can’t return me cause once you bought it
I’m coming baby, don’t got it (don’t make me wait)
So let’s be about it

No, no, no, no, don’t phunk with my heart



Baby, have some trustin’, trustin’
When I come in lustin’, lustin’
Cause I bring you that comfort
I ain’t only here cause I want ya body
I want your mind too
Interestin’s what I find you
And I’m interested in the long haul
Come on girl (yee-haw)



I wonder if I take you home
Would you still be in love, baby (in love, baby)
I wonder if I take you home
Would you still be in love, baby (in love, baby)

No, no, no, no, don’t phunk with my heart



Girl, you had me, once you kissed me
My love for you is not iffy
I always want you with me
I’ll play Bobby and you’ll play Whitney
If you smoke, I’ll smoke too
That’s how much I’m in love with you
Crazy is what crazy do
Crazy in love, I’m a crazy fool

No, no, no, no, don’t phunk with my heart



Why are you so insecure
When you got passion and love her
You always claimin’ I’m a cheater
Think I’d up and go leave ya
For another señorita
You forgot that I need ya
You must’ve caught amnesia
That’s why you don’t believe
Well, yeah, check it out.



Don’t you worry ‘bout a thing, baby
Cause you know you got me by a string, baby
Don’t you worry ‘bout a thing, baby
Cause you know you got me by a string, baby



Baby girl, you make me feel
You know you make me feel so real
I love you more than sex appeal
(Cause you’re)
That-tha, that tha, that-tha, that girl
That-tha, that tha, that-tha, that girl 
That-tha, that tha, that-tha, that girl 
That-tha, that tha, that-tha, that girl 
That-tha, that tha, that-tha, that girl 

No, no, no, no, don’t phunk with my heart
That-tha, that tha, that-tha, that girl 
No, no, no, no, don’t phunk with my heart 
That-tha, that tha, that-tha, that girl



I wonder if I take you home
Would you still be in love, baby (in love, baby)
I wonder if I take you home
Would you still be in love, baby (in love, baby) 
I wonder if I take you home
Would you still be in love, baby (in love, baby) 
I wonder if I take you home
Would you still be in love, baby (in love, baby) 

Don’t you worry ‘bout a thing, baby
Cause you know you got me by a string, baby
Don’t you worry ‘bout a thing, baby
Cause you know you got me by a string, baby…


Patrick Dangerfield: 2016 AFL Brownlow Medal Winner



GEELONG superstar Patrick Dangerfield has capped his glittering season with the most prestigious individual award of all, breaking records to win the 2016 Brownlow Medal.  

Dangerfield polled a record 35 votes to win from Sydney Swans midfielder Luke Parker (26) and Richmond star Dustin Martin (25), breaking away in a thrilling finish at Crown Palladium.

The 26-year-old had a four-vote lead going into round 22 and he sealed the win with two votes against the Brisbane Lions, taking his total to an unassailable 32.

To underline the greatness of his season, he polled three votes in round 23 to finish on a record total, surpassing Collingwood winner Dane Swan's 34 votes from 2011.

His margin of nine votes was also a record dating back to 1977 when both field umpires awarded 3-2-1 votes. Gary Ablett's eight-vote win in 2009 was the previous highest.

Dangerfield also polled in 15 games to set a new mark and matched the record nine best on grounds set by 1994 winner Greg Williams and matched by Fremantle superstar Nat Fyfe last year.

Ineligible Adelaide star Rory Sloane polled 24 votes to finish fourth having sat as high as second after 20 rounds.

Favourite to win the award since round one, Dangerfield said the past three days had been an emotional rollercoaster after bowing out with unfinished business in a preliminary final.

Still bitter at that loss, the enormity of the Brownlow Medal only became clear to him Monday night when watching a tribute to late Cats great and 1989 winner Paul Couch.

"You think of the past players to win the medal and what it actually means," Dangerfield said.

"It didn't hit me until halfway through the night with the scenes of Paul Couch and the older Geelong players talking about him.

"My mind is racing now, as is my heart, so it's hard to articulate it properly, but it's something I'll look back on with great pride."

Dangerfield paid tribute to Adelaide, his football home for eight seasons, with former teammate Eddie Betts watching on during his press conference.

He said moving to Geelong in 2016 and playing alongside captain Joel Selwood had helped him become a better player.  

"His will and desire to be better and to stand up in the big moments, I've learned so much from him and from so many other players at the club," he said.  

"Moving back (to Geelong), all of a sudden there are no question marks around next season … it's home and it's home for good.

"All you have to worry about is footy and that life balance that I think is really important is easy to find and easy to achieve."

Parker was the early bolter, racing to the lead with 13 votes after six rounds and giving the assembled Swans at a function at the SCG reason to cheer.

Dangerfield hit the front for the first time in round seven, polling three votes to take his tally to 14, but consecutive voteless games saw Parker regain the lead on 15 votes in round nine as the pair jostled.

After round 11, Swans midfielder Dan Hannebery moved into equal second with Dangerfield on 14 votes, with the Geelong superstar going four straight matches without polling.

He was back on the board – and back in the lead – with three votes in round 12 for the best game of his season, amassing 48 possessions, 13 clearances, 11 inside 50s and two goals against North Melbourne.

Parker proved hard to shake, however, and the pair was tied on 20 votes at the end of the bye rounds in round 15, setting up a showdown in the last eight weeks of the season.

In other awards, Eddie Betts won Goal of the Year for the second straight season for his brilliant right-foot snap on the boundary against Greater Western Sydney in round 10.

North Melbourne's Majak Daw won Mark of the Year for his soaring grab against Collingwood in round 18, edging out Essendon forward Joe Daniher.  

Geelong champion Jimmy Bartel took home the Jim Stynes Community Leadership Award for his work campaigning against domestic violence in 2016.

Top 10: 2016 Brownlow Medal

35 - Patrick Dangerfield (Geel)
26 - Luke Parker (Syd)
25 - Dustin Martin (Rich)
24* - Rory Sloane (Adel)
21 - Andrew Gaff (WCE)
21 - Dan Hannebery (Syd)
21 - Adam Treloar (Coll)
20 - Marcus Bontempelli (WB)
20 - Lachie Neale (Frem)
19 - Robbie Gray (PA)
19 - Zach Merrett (Ess)
19 - Nick Riewoldt (StK)

Patrick Dangerfield's stellar season

* First man since Gary Ablett Jr in 2009 to be voted as the game's best player by umpires, players and coaches
* Brownlow Medallist
* AFL Players Association MVP
* AFL Coaches Association Player of the Year
* Player of the Year: The Age, Herald Sun, ABC, SEN, 3AW, Channel Nine
* Nine three-vote games (R1 v Hawthorn, R3 v Brisbane, R6 v Gold Coast, R7 v Melbourne, R12 v North Melbourne, R13 v Western Bulldogs, R17 v Fremantle, R19 v Western Bulldogs, R23 v Melbourne)
* Averaged 32 disposals, five marks, five tackles and a goal each game
* Set new AFL record for most inside 50s (194) and tied record for most in a single game (16 in round 23 win over Melbourne)
* Most possessions in a single game this season (48 in round 12 win over North Melbourne)
* Second-most possessions this season (762) behind Daniel Hannebery
* Second-most contested possessions this season (388) behind Josh P. Kennedy
* Fourth-most clearances this season (159) behind leader Josh P. Kennedy

BoBA ISML 2016 Predictions: Emerald Match Day 4

ARENA 01: Takanashi Rikka [Shiro]
by <=1000
Over/Under: 2400
Over

ARENA 02: Kasumigaoka Utaha [Konno Yūki]
by <=1000
Over/Under: 2400
Over

ARENA 03: [Yukinoshita Yukino] Sakura Chiyo
by <=1000
Over/Under: 2400
Over

ARENA 04: Sengoku Nadeko [Kongō]
by <=1000
Over/Under: 2400
Over

ARENA 05: [Illyasviel von Einzbern] Tachibana Marika
by <=1000
Over/Under: 2400
Over

ARENA 06: Kasugano Sora [Shimakaze]
by <=1000
Over/Under: 2400
Over

ARENA 07: Tōsaka Rin [Katō Megumi]
by <=1000
Over/Under: 2400
Over

ARENA 08: Nakamura Yuri [Yuzuriha Inori]
by <=1000
Over/Under: 2400
Over

ARENA 09: [Korosensei] Satomi Rentarō
by >=600
Over/Under: 2700
Under

ARENA 10: Yūki Rito [Heiwajima Shizuo]
by >=600
Over/Under: 2700
Under

ARENA 11: [Sakamaki Izayoi] Gilgamesh
by >=600
Over/Under: 2700
Under

ARENA 12: [Sakata Gintoki] Kurogane Ikki
by >=600
Over/Under: 2700
Under

ARENA 13: [Edward Elric] Yato
by >=600
Over/Under: 2700
Under

ARENA 14: [Sakai Yūji] Akasaka Ryūnosuke
by >=600
Over/Under: 2700
Under

ARENA 15: Arima Kōsei [Saitama]
by >=600
Over/Under: 2700
Under

ARENA 16: [Adlet Mayer] Totsuka Saika
by >=600
Over/Under: 2700
Under

ARENA 17: [Shiba Miyuki] Kōsaka Reina
by >=400
Over/Under: 2400
Over

ARENA 18: [Sawamura Spencer Eriri] Otosaka Ayumi
by >=400
Over/Under: 2400
Over