Originally written on It's Always Sunny in Detroit  |  Last updated 11/20/14

Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is fun. He does what he wants, when he wants and he doesn’t care who’s watching. After beating up on his brother Chris’ Broncos Sunday, he did what all other 23-year old American dudes wish they could do on a school night – get bombed at a high-profile night club, take his shirt off and get a rubdown from the hotties of his choice.
Gronk enjoyed a night out at Boston’s five-story club Umbria earlier this week. When you’re 23-year old walking statue with more money than you know what to do with, you don’t need to abide by the “no shoes, no shirt, no service.” With or without the shirt, Gronk gets plenty of service.
And if having all of the Boston broads and bros in the palm of his baseball glove-sized hand, Gronk may have lured someone he once called his celebrity crush. Months ago, he said that “the girl from ‘Hall Pass.’ I forgot her name, the blonde chick that makes coffee” was the girl of his dreams. That girl is Nicky Whelan. On Wednesday night, presumably before he headed out to the club, Gronk tweeted:


Miss Whelen immediately took notice. A minute later, her inquiring mind wanted to know:


Yep, Gronk officially has it all. And in case you don’t remember what Nicky Whelan looks like, I’ll help refresh your memory…







































































































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