jnzj-hrndz:

gravity defying german nt — the laws of physics ain’t gonna stop these men from playing.



hbkmano:

James: The dream is REAL. Happy to be part of the best club in the world.

hbkmano:

James: The dream is REAL. Happy to be part of the best club in the world.


okaywork:

i feel like if you just show up at bobby’s house he’ll give you a tour and a pamphlet about niall and at the end he’ll be like “dont forget your souvenir” and give you an item of niall or harry’s clothing


"I just want someone who won’t get annoyed when I text them six times or in all caps. Someone I can go on long drives with and can sing along to the radio with. Someone I can eat pizza with at 2am and kiss at 6pm. Someone who chooses me everyday and never thinks twice about it."
— (via touchhhthebutt)

detriotrockcity313:

Me in my golden years.


          “There probably won’t be a better time to say goodbye. Germany captain Philipp Lahm celebrated his country’s 2014 World Cup victory with his teammates in front of half a million people surrounding the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin. Five days later, Lahm called time on his international career. He may have been one of the smallest players physically, but on the pitch Lahm was always one of the biggest forces. Now his time in Germany colors is over and a gap is left in his absence. That this decision comes for Lahm at the age of 30 after the greatest footballing success demands nothing but respect. After all, not every great player has made a similar choice. Lahm won’t be forgotten in football’s history books. He’ll continue to go on the title chase with Bayern Munich in the years ahead, and without the strain of international trips. He deserves it.

          Just as he did in his 113 international caps, Philipp Lahm has once again done everything  r i g h t.”


Whoa I just realised I’ve got fuck all going for me

posted 16 hours ago

eluciidate:

this is how I would doctor


kushdrinker:

it must get annoying living in the south with all those banjos constantly playing