mercurial victory


New Nike Mercurial Vapor CR7 Ballon D'or edition boots released with only 100 pairs available worldwide.

The gold soleplate is to represent the Ballon D'or Cristiano Ronaldo received over Lionel Messi and Franck Ribéry.

No prices have been confirmed but as they’re only 100 pairs worldwide and selected football boot companies have been given these boots you will be very lucky and probably well paid to get these beauty’s.

Imagine Dean playing his victory song after a successful hunt...

Three duffel bags hit the floor of the trunk with a thud. Sam slammed the trunk of the Impala closed and the three of you practically fell into your seats, exhausted. This nest of vampires had really taken it out of all of you, and you were looking forward to a few hours sleep on the ride back to the bunker. Claiming the back seat as all yours, you started getting comfortable as Dean revved Baby and took off out of the motel car park. As you reached the main road out of town, Dean selected a song on the stereo and turned the volume up loud. Really loud. A familiar riff filled your ears, and you and Sam groaned in sync with each other.

“No…No, no, no. No. Please no.” You begged Dean, beating on the back of his seat with your fists.

“Yes…yes, yes, yes. Yes. You’re welcome.” Dean mimicked you.

“Come on Dean, every time? We’re tired. Can’t we get some sleep please?” Sam joined in the begging.

“Uh… I’m pretty sure driver picks the music. Shotgun, and backseat in this case, shut their cakeholes. Unless you’re singing along. That’s definitely encouraged.”

Both you and Sam leaned back in your seats and sigh in defeat. Without fail, Dean had to play his victory song after a successful hunt. Unfortunately the same song. Every damn time.

Dean tapped along on the steering wheel and sung along to the chorus, giant grin on his face.

Another one bites the dust
Another one bites the dust
And another one gone, and another one gone
Another one bites the dust
Hey, I’m gonna get you, too
Another one bites the dust

Tribute to the brilliant Freddie Mercury. RIP 1946-1991