Finton's Frolic: What Does Thomas Partey Brushing his Teeth in the Dressing Room Mean?
By Daniel Finton (Deputy Editor)
What up, Pimps?
Welcome one and welcome all to the Finton's Frolic right opinion zone. The place where questions that need answers are responded to. In today's extravaganza, we will be discussing what Thomas Partey brushing his teeth in the dressing room means. This was brought to my attention by Senior Writer Mac Johnson. I did not see this because I am an old, loser that does not have an Instagram. Thank you for bringing this topic to my attention, Macbook pro.
Anyways, let's focus on what's important to save time, will the action have a positive or negative effect on the club going into the future? Keep on reading to find out.
It's nothing but a positive, Pimps. Come on. it doesn't take an insanely clever journalist like me to know that.
Only a true king would have the presence of mind to carry out such an action in front of his brand new peers. Some get uncomfortable eating in front of people, but Partey scrubs food grime off of his pearly whites, confidently whilst basically on stage. On that note, what's even more impressive about such an action, is the fact that once he sees Reiss Nelson is recording, he keeps going about his dental business, unfazed like it's no one else's. Not even the thousands of viewers which his teammates post was sure to attract.
Such confidence can also be a sign of comfortableness as well. While the former Atletico man is probably always an assured guy, I'm not sure he's always "brush your teeth in front of half naked teammates," confident. The Ghanian is surely feeling at home in London, and that's a good thing. England isn't exactly everyone's can of worms, just ask Lucas Torreira. The weather is dreadful and the breakfast sucks.
But Partey is certainly settling in. Who knows, maybe the food particles being scraped away were actually ones left by beans on toast. If WLYA can get some insider quotes from the player's toothbrush about foods Partey likes, we'll certainly do so, but it may be tricky as it is just an inanimate object.
Despite comfortableness and confidence both being positives that are ever-apparent, the third takeaway is arguably the most important of all. The fact that Partey has good dental hygiene is a plus for everyone.
Journalists will not be afraid to ask the player questions as they know he has a good smelling breath. That means we'll get to know the charismatic enigma that is Partey really well. He's incredible, I want to know all I can known. Such a captivating individual. And look at those teeth, shown above. I mean, how do people even get them that white? That would be my first question if I was given the chance to quiz him in any way.
Another positive about him having such bright chompers is the fact that it could throw off opposing players. Remember that nutmeg on Fred? It probably occurred because of the Manchester United midfielder being distracted from how supreme Partey's exhalation smelled. Fred surely widened his stance in awe of it, and our shiny toothed anchor took advantage.
In closing, this seemingly pointless video actually means a lot for the average Arsenal supporter. Partey is confidently settling in, and more importantly, he has immaculate dental hygiene as well. You're all so very welcome for providing an answer to this flummoxing fiasco. Where would you be without the Finton's Frolic right opinion zone? Probably uneducated, or dead, or both. By the way, seeing as I am a true journalist, I will make it my life's mission to find out what kind of toothpaste the player uses. That is my pledge to all 12 of you wasting your life away reading this. Until next time, don't forget to brush your teeth, and oh yeah,