I have mixed feelings about the videos being posted elsewhere (rugby.com.au & chasing the glory) that follow the wallabies off the field. When I first watched some of them, it was just after the Scotland game and I felt like throwing my laptop out the window with anger. Just maybe if they had have been training, or at least practising their kicking, instead of wasting time serving up this crap, just maybe we might have actually won versus Ireland and Scotland. Post game interviews fine, win or loose, but not some of this “Footy Show” type diarrhoea. Then with time passed, and after the Cardiff win, a second viewing made me realise that they are just humans (although highly paid) passing the time between games and training sessions, and actually the point of airing the videos for all to see is to expose the wallabies to the general public in a bid to increase the fan base which could only be a good thing. And it gives us the opportunity to call them dickheads although we are just jealous they are getting paid so much for doing something they love. Cardiff dressing room with Matt Toomua trying to sing the national anthem with a broken jaw is a highlight (poor guy), and in JOCs video seeing that one of the Pac Islander wallabies (can’t remember who it was) named his son Campese.