White Footballer Comfortable Enough With Polynesian Teammates To Use The Word ‘Uce’

White Footballer Comfortable Enough With Polynesian Teammates To Use The Word ‘Uce’

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Caucasian footy player Luke Rowntree has decided to make a giant leap of faith this afternoon.

Sitting shirtless in the setting sun, on the side of the footy field, Toby finally was comfortable enough to call one of his Polynesian teammates “uce.”

With a lukewarm can of bitter in one hand, and a pair of Bailey Nelsons shading his precious white boy eyes from the harsh Australian sun, Toby says to Esi, “You had a mean game today uce.”

Slightly unsure of what to say, Esi responded with “hahaha thanks gee. You too.”

Fellow teammate Toby Johnston, who was sitting with earshot, said he did his best to keep it together after hearing the comment.

“Awww mate sooooo good. I mean I love throwing uso, or dox around as much as the next bloke, but he said it with a stone cold face. It was absolutely priceless,” said Toby.

Rowntree said that “It actually felt a bit weird to say, but I’ve got the monkey of my back now I reckon I might throw it around a good bit.”

Johnston said to watch Luke at this training this week.

“I reckon he will have developed a high pitched giggle and will be calling half the blokes soleh.”

 

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