We better reblog this as much as we can 2013 is almost over
NO FREAKING WAY
Can I just say that that is an excellent example of a forward role and not at all encumbered by the bow
Well done, Jennifer
Can I also just say that is an excellent example of a proper anchor in archery and she is holding the bow perfectly
Again, well done, Jennifer
The fact that she can do this and still stumble walking up the steps to accept an Oscar is one of my favorite things about her.
Also the same person:
but then again, its kind like putting a meat suit on and telling a shark not to eat you
We (men) are not fucking sharks!
We are not rabid animals living off of pure instinct
We are capable of rational thinking and understanding.
Just because someone is cooking food doesn’t mean you’re entitled to eat it.
Just because a banker is counting money doesn’t mean you’re being given free money.
Just because a person is naked doesn’t mean you’re entitled to fuck them.
You are not entitled to someone else’s body just because it’s exposed.
What is so fucking difficult about this concept?
"Go outside, you need fresh air."
"Just one more final, you’re almost there."
"Go do something else and refresh your mind."
"I have a question…"
me during finals week
MATCH REPORT: Morecambe - AFC Wimbledon (Sky Bet League Two)
Globe Arena, Matchday 15
Morecambe Starting XI: Arestidou; McGowan (Bell 86’), McCready, Hughes, Threlfall; Wright (Sampson 90+1’); Marshall, Williams (Drummond 75’), Howell, Ellison; Amond
Morecambe Substitutes: Diagne, Drummond, Sampson, Mwasile, Redshaw, Bell, Rainsford
AFC Wimbledon Starting XI: Brown; Fuller, Bennett, Frampton, Kennedy; Francomb, Sweeney, S. Moore, Bamba; Green (Bald), Green (Other)
AFC Wimbledon Substitutes: Worner, Sheringham, Midson, Smith, L. Moore, Porter, Pell
Well that was weird.
Most of today’s match played out like a typical Wimbly Wombly procession. High-pressure attacks, stringent defending, focus on possession and wing play. The first half was tense, the squad seeming a bit unsettled, and several key chances went astray. The teams went into the tunnel at 0-0. And then moments into the second half, Bald John Green headed in a cross at the far post. Sammy Moore gave them a cushion 15 minutes later from outside the box and Other John Green planted the dagger 15 minutes after that. Another walk in the park towards three points.
But that’s not what everyone’s talking about.
Wimbledon won a dubious penalty in stoppage time after Peter Sweeney went to ground following an attempted header. The referee saw contact. The debate continues on that- with both Manager John Green and Sweeney offering non-committal remarks when speaking to the press later- but a penalty was nonetheless awarded. After conferring among themselves, the squad decided to hand responsibilities for finishing the kick from the spot to… Seb Brown. The precise rationale for why he was called up to take the shot is unclear; some players cited his famous work in the Conference Premier playoff against Luton, while others called it a “belated birthday present.” Whatever the reason, Seb Brown- visibly anxious and taking an inordinate amount of time to big himself up for the shot- sent the ball up and halfway across Lancashire. That, in a clear case of cosmic irony, ended up being the last kick of the game.
The initial rationale (if any) notwithstanding, surely this wouldn’t have been suggested if the Dons were so comfortably close to the finish line. It was a bizarre finish to what was otherwise a thoroughly professional display. Three more points, 11 points clear at the top of the league, you get the idea. Still, this was a head-scratcher. Hopefully this sort of eccentricity doesn’t rear its head when a result is in doubt.
Morecambe 0-3 AFC Wimbledon
Scoreline: Bald Green (WIM) 49’, S. Moore (WIM) 64’, Other Green (WIM) 78’
Discipline: Bald Green (WIM) 86’
"The precise rationale for why he was called up to take the shot is unclear; some players cited his famous work in the Conference Premier playoff against Luton, while others called it a “belated birthday present.”"
viva la celebracion
Long Live the Queen is a very strange game. I love it!