Originally written on Busted Coverage  |  Last updated 11/20/14
Twitter.com Bernie Parent is a Philadelphia Flyers legend. In addition to helping the Flyers win consecutive – and the franchise’s only — Stanley Cups in 1974 and 1975, Parent has maintained a presence on the Philly banquet scene. He was at Wing Bowl 21 this morning. And, he’s a notorious poon-hound. Parent described himself as Philadelphia’s Most Interesting Man, a moniker that fits the Dos Equis reference right down to his gray exterior. He reminded the entire Philadelphia area how horny he is with a column about Valentine’s Day. After Parent talked about taking the ice in goal in the 2012 Winter Classic alumni game, he starts talking about his inner wolf. The money shot: Being that I am a seasoned ladies man and “Philadelphia’s most interesting man,” I have the same message for both types of people: Find your wolf. …For those of you that are in a relationship, let your partner be their own wolf. Don’t restrict your partner. Let them fulfill who they are as an individual; it does not mean they don’t love you. If you let them go, let them do, they will explore and be their own person. That is what makes the bond between the two of you stronger. Don’t leash them, don’t cage them, just have fun. And do it together. Stay horny, my friends. Bernie Parent is GGG, but not down with BDSM. Who would have thought? AROOOOOOO!!! Eh? [Twitter: @Bernieparent] Filed under: Hockey
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