Ashna I 18 I Canada
K’so, fandom, a whole lot of me not tolerating peoples shit,
occasionally football and me bitching about Canadian sport teams
(and by Canadian sports teams I mean Toronto sports teams and by Toronto sports teams I mean the Toronto FC)
That is all.
endless list of films with gorgeous visuals → Peter Pan (1953)
All this has happened before, and it will all happen again. But this time it happened in London. It happened on a quiet street in Bloomsbury. That corner house over there is the home of the Darling family. And Peter Pan chose this particular house because there were people here who believed in him.
Actual Cavapoo: Cody Franson (♕)
My life consists of me trying to figure out if a professional hockey player looks more like a hamster or a cavapoo… What have I come to?
Anyone who’s traveled to popular touristic sites knows the feeling of being caught in the crossfire of countless camera lenses—the annoyed (and annoying) jockeying to capture the perfect shot…which in most cases looks exactly like everyone else’s. When we stumbled across Richard Silver’s photographs of iconic monuments, we were shocked—caught in the same tourist hustle, Silver manages to give us a new perspective on famous landmarks we didn’t think possible. Read more!
| Gerlonso Alphabet Challenge | D | Dressing Room |
The only disappointment came when the referee, Alain Sars, booked Xabi for a challenge on Eidur Gudjohnsen, which ruled Xabi out of the Anfield return. What really angered us was that Gudjohnsen clearly conned Sars. He dived. No question about it. “I never touched him,” Xabi said in the dressing room afterwards. “Don’t worry, Xabi,” I replied. “We’ll get through. We’ll beat Chelsea. We’ll sort Gudjohnsen out for you. Join us in the final.” But Xabi was inconsolable, close to tears. He loves playing and felt bitter resentment towards Gudjohnsen.
“It meant so much to all the English players so we had to try to be sensitive and not laugh or make fun about them going out.” One look at Steven Gerrard the day after a poor display at Wembley was instrumental in Alonso’s avoidance of inflammatory banter. “Stevie wasn’t in his best mood. He was quieter than usual,” recalled Alonso. “He is coming up to 28 and this is probably one of his last Euro competitions. He will have the next World Cup in 2010 and maybe one more Euro, so it hurt him not to reach the country’s expectations.” x
wahhhh! More SKC love. Thanks Ashna!
It was my pleasure Greta.
MLS Jersey Project: The Sporting Kansas City Pregame Kit ♛
♕ ASOIAF Favourite Location: Dorne
Pikachu’s Summer Vacation (1999)
I wonder how crazy the hockey fandom of tumblr thinks I am? The only thing I’ve contributed to them are semi-psychotic edits comparing leafs players to things…