but its football haha

Ever since I was a little girl, my mom taught me I shouldn’t love anyone or anything because of its victories. “You choose one, you love one, forever, through it’s victories and defeats”, she said. “You can’t just give up on something because one bad thing happened.” I didn’t understand what was she saying then but today I completely understand. I love one team. I stick to it. It doesn’t matter if they win, if they lose or is it a draw. They are the best for me. One of the most beautiful things is seeing them winning. It’s not about trophies and prizes. It’s about believing in them. Mes que un club. Som un equip, som una família. Visca el Barca y Visca Catalunya!

secret boyfriends pt.2


While Taemin was changing into his dance uniform in the locker room the Friday after Chanyeol and Baekhyun beat him up, he stayed close to the only other boy on the dance team, Jimin. Their lockers were next to each other because they were both on the dance team, and he avoided the absolute shit out of Kai, and to an extension, also Ravi. It was such bullshit that the football, cheer, and dance teams all got released from class at the same time for away games. There were way too many people in the locker room at one time, and the football players always gave Taemin and Jimin shit for being the only boys on the dance team.

“Oh look, it’s the dance fags,” Chanyeol said, passing by Taemin and Jimin’s lockers and knocking their heads together.

Taemin groaned, held the side of his head, and turned around to punch Chanyeol in the gut.

“Why don’t you go suck Baekhyun’s dick you stupid fuck,” Taemin spat before he slammed his locker shut and hiked both his backpack and his dance bag over his shoulder to go out to the buses. Jimin was quick to follow after him, and all the football players laughed as Chanyeol groaned and held his stomach.

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self-righteous-parakeet  asked:

Is Steelix used as a mascot for anything? I would think it’d be used for football (because of its great defense haha)

I think there’s a Middle School in Unova that uses Steelix for their football team mascot.

By far, though, the most famous Steelix mascot is on the emblem of the Hoenn Steelworker’s Union. The rather noble-looking steel-type is on anything produced by the union or its members. It’s a bit of a game among construction workers to find the Steelix seal on I-beams before setting them in place.


Edwin Van Der Sar (29.10.1970)

  • me on a date: so how do you feel about marching bands?
  • them: idk i always go get snacks when they're performing at football games; it's pretty boring haha
  • me, shoving breadsticks into my purse: sorry i have to go home right now immediately