genuine swag

IF U ARE HAVING A ROUGH TIME PLS REMEMBER THAT COMBEFERRE LIKES TO BURRITO-WRAP HIMSELF UP IN COURF’S ORANGE BLANKET AND YELL “IB DOT SICK” W HIS STUFFED LIL NOSE WHEN HE’S TOTALLY SICK (featuring Ferre’s tiny achoos)

my favourite e3 2015 moments
  • ‘human sized meme’
  • when EA actually interviewed a fucking footballer for almost 20 minutes in the middle of their gaming conference 
  • YARN MAN YARN MAN  
  • when the ff7 remake was announced and that one guy stayed standing with tears in his eyes and the camera just panned to him and you could see his soul laid bare
  • Jason derulo singing off-key for Ubisoft 
  • the awkward forced banter
  • the zombie mascot running out to danger zone and then getting told to fuck off
  • FF7 remake being announced and everyone going absolute batshit with standing ovations and people crying it was beautiful
  • someone genuinely saying ‘’up your swag’’ in 2015
  • jacob frye saying ‘lads’ in the AC trailer
  • minions game being announced
  • when everyone was worried we’d have nothing to joke about after microsoft’s surprisingly good conference and then EA reminded us we were watching E3
  • YARN MAN
  • Y A R N   M A N

Polish In The Civil War

Włodzimierz Bonawentura Krzyżanowski- (July 8, 1824 – January 31, 1887) Polish military leader and a brigade commander.

Once in a while you find a pic of a guy from the era that looks like they genuinely enjoyed getting their swag on for a photograph. This is one of those guys.

A Polish Noble, he took part in the 1848 uprising against Prussia and left Poland after its suppression.

In early 1861 he enlisted in the United States’ Union Army, recruited a company of Polish immigrants, and became Colonel of the 58th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment, listed in the official Army Register as the “Polish Legion”. In 1862 he was promoted to brigadier general.

In the July 1863 Battle of Gettysburg, Krzyżanowski helped repel an evening assault by the famed Louisiana Tigers on the Union defenses atop East Cemetery Hill. After the Civil War, he held several government posts, and may have been the first American administrator of Alaska Territory.

- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Wlodzimierz_Krzyzanowski.jpg