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Own goal or not, Marcelo is the 2014 FIFA World Cup’s Most Adorable Player.

Posted 2 months ago

herecomestheball:

Japan 0 - Greece 0

Japan is unable to take advantage of a 10-man Greece squad as both teams record their first point of the tournament.

Pretty much. *sigh*

Posted 2 months ago
afootballobserver:

Colombia 2-1 Ivory Coast [WC 2014 Group C] 19/06/2014
James Rodriguez 64’

How can you not love this?

afootballobserver:

Colombia 2-1 Ivory Coast [WC 2014 Group C] 19/06/2014

James Rodriguez 64’

How can you not love this?

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Could still happen.

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galdrar:

HE IS SO ADORABLE I CANNOT

I LOVE  HIM 

Posted 2 months ago

sneakingferocity:

I wish plus sized fashion chains didn’t use language like ” tummy concealer” and “problem area” and my personal fav “provides extra camouflage” like what fucking camouflage?? I’m a fat chick at the beach not a fucking sniper in the jungle can you please not insult your core demo so blatantly 

Posted 3 months ago

qantashi:

fuckyeahjapanandkorea:

九份 (by saki-chi)

I promise you all I will find out where this is and go there and write a full post on it

This is Jiufen, Taiwan. Not Japan.

Hoping to visit there in the fall.

Posted 5 months ago
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wearefaber:

We’re thrilled to announce a three-book deal with Richard Ayoade.  The three books will combine Ayoade’s furious obsession with film with his innate sense of life’s ridiculousness.  The first, Ayoade on Ayoade, is scheduled for publication in November 2014.

Ayoade on Ayoade shows a film-maker exploring himself, respectfully, insightfully, and sometimes by surprise. Ayoade takes us on a journey that has the courage to step inside; it is both a celebration and a slap: a call to arms for those without weapons. It is a eulogy; it is a rebirth; it is both recognition and re-ignition of this flickering myth we call film.

‘Faber and Faber has long been one of the most respected and prestigious publishing houses in the country. It is with great pleasure that I can be present at the start of its decline.’  Richard Ayoade

Since his much-loved portrayal of Moss in the Emmy-award winning The IT Crowd, Richard Ayoade has appeared on tv in Gadget Man and Was It Something I Said, as well as adapting and directing the screen version of Joe Dunthorne’s novel, Submarine. His new film,The Double, based on Dostoevsky’s story, will be released in April.

Perfect human Richard Ayoade has signed a three-book deal!  He will be writing clever things about film! <3