Olivier Giroud for Puma
I remember we were having supper, and I didn’t know who he was. It was the first time I saw him. I remember him sitting to my right, Garay in front of us, and Formica on my other side. And they started talking about shoes at some point, and Leo says, “Yeah, in the United States, this and that,” so I say to myself, who is this guy? I didn’t watch much games back then, just some Argentinian games. So I ask him, “What’s your name?” I asked Leo that! So he looks back at me, and he says, “Lionel.” “Oh,” I say. “Same as me, kinda. Sergio Leonel. And your last name?” “Messi,” he says to me. “Oh.” So I’m like, “Alright,” and Formica says, “Don’t you know who he is?” Then I start thinking, I heard the news about some player from Barcelona, and I finally figured it was him. When we started training, I said, “This guy’s a dancer.” After that, we just laughed it off and we hit off. Tojo set us up together in the same room, and that’s kind of just how it was since 2005.
This is like the cutest thing ever. It’s from the gif-set I reblogged.
Taking its first steps, and after successfully doing so, the chick goes “Yay!”
It’s so freaking cute.
"My name is Ozymandias, king of kings:
Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!”
Nothing beside remains. Round the decay
Of that colossal wreck, boundless and bare
The lone and level sands stretch far away.’
Łukasz via Facebook
On April 15 1989 , 24,000 Liverpool fans travelled to a football match. 96 never returned home.
The Hillsborough disaster occurred 25 year ago today. For decades, fans were blamed for the deaths of their family members and friends, and they were accused of stealing wallets from corpses. It was all lies concocted by the authorities—including elected officials—and spread by tabloids.
In the picture you see above, two young supporters of rival clubs—Liverpool and Everton—stand together to honor the memory of the 96 and to thank those who’ve battled for decades to uncover the truth.
16.10.2012 Poland - England (video) ← really guys, watch this
Dzisiaj jest rocznica powodzi na Basenie Narodowym. Pamiętamy!Today is the anniversary of the flood on the National Swimming Pool in Warsaw. We remember!Close the roof, dammit!