thomas sturridge

zodiac signs as footballers (for real)

Aries:Manuel Neuer, Joe Hart, Sergio Ramos, Carles Puyol, Sami Khedira, Jorde Alba, Vincent Kompany, Antonie Griezmann, Claudio Bravo, Ronaldinho

Taurus: David Beckham, Iker Casillas, David Luiz, Kaka, Andres Iniesta, Andrea Pirlo, Yaya Toure, Isco, Juan Mata, Dani Alves, Cesc Fabregas, Raphael Varane , leonardo Bonucci

Gemini: Steven Gerrard, Sergio Aguero, Marco Reus, Mario Gotze, Frank Lampard, Lukas Podolski, Miroslav Klose, Arturo Vidal, Wesley Sneijder, Gervinho, Juan Cuadrado, Javier Mascherano

Cancer: Lionel Messi, Gareth Bale, James Rodriguez, Zinedine Zidan, Mario Gomez, Samer Nasri, Paulo Maldini, Sergio Busquets, Raul, Ashley Young, David Alaba

Leo: Van Persie, Mario Balotelli, Hulk, Robert Lewandowski, Thierry Henry,  Bastian Schweinsteiger, Willian, Giorgio Chiellini, Ander Herrera, Alvaro Negredo

Virgo: Daniel Sturridge, Oscar, Thomas Muller, Thiago Silva, Lukas Modric, Julio Cesar, Pepe Reina, Alex Song, Jerome Boating, Miranda

Libra: Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Mesut Ozil, Diego Costa, Olivier Giroud, Francesco Totti, Michael Ballack, Kevin Mirallas, Nemanja Vidic

Scorpio: Wayne Rooney, Diego Mradona, Alessandro Del Piero, David De Gea, Philipp Lahm, Van Der Sar,  Stevan Jovetic, Paul Scholes, Jesus Navas, Alvaro Morata, Nani

Sagittarius: Mats Hummels, David Villa, Alexis Sanchez, Xabi Alonso, Gonzalo Higuain, Karim Benzema, John Terry, Raheem Sterling, Gary Cahill, Marouane Fellaini, Danny Welbeck

Capricorn: Eden Hazard, Toni Kroos, Marc Bartra, Claudio Marchisio, James Milner, Victor Valdes, Jack Wilshere, Aaron Ramsey

Aquarius: Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar, Luis Suarez, Xavi, Gerad Pique, Di Maria, Gianluigi Buffon, Carlos Tevez, Falcao, Cavani, Adnan januzaj

Pisces: Fernando Torres, Paul Pogba, Didier Drogba, Pepe, Theo Walcott, Edin Dzeko, Erik Lamela, Shinji Kagawa, Marcos Rojo, Phil Jones


‘… my parents with their pure-blood mania, 

                         were convinced that to be a Black made you practically royal …’ 

                  The Light Behind Your Eyes RPG is looking for The Black Brothers!

                             Sirius and Regulus Black are currently up for grabs with 

                                            FC suggestions and Bios up to Player! 

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Far From the Madding Crowd (2015)

Far From the Madding Crowd: A Review

I knew as soon as I saw the commercials for it that I was going to go see “Far From the Madding Crowd,” an 19th century love story set in England, in the theaters. That’s like my fucking jam, yo!

As we all know, 19th century love stories are not for everybody, which is why I was a little nervous to invite my friend Julie. But Julie didn’t get freaked out at the last movie I chose, “Wild Tales,” an Argentinian film consisting of vignettes of people doing terrible things to each other. So I decided to brave it.

Ok, so “Far from the Madding Crowd.” So basically, Carrie Mulligan plays this little hobag named Bathsheba. Just kidding, she is not a hobag at all! This is an 19th century love story. She is a sharp-tongued virgin who might have become a governess if she hadn’t been so poor. Instead, she works on her aunt’s farm. By work, I mean wears denim dresses and rides around in a confident manner on her faithful mare. Through brambles, obvious.

On one of her rides, she comes across Mr. Oak, a farmer with 100 acres and 100 sheep. What a catch! Seriously, though, this guy is so fucking hot. Like, burly, sandy haired, very manly features, clearly big hands, loves dogs, loves animals, very gentle, says things to Bathsheba like, “I would never leave you.”

Bathsheba, however, is like, “If I get married to someone, I want them to tame me, and you could never do that!” And you’re like, “Bathsheba, you are a fucking idiot.” Anyway, all of Mr. Oak’s sheep are driven off a cliff by his evil dog, and Bathsheba inherits her wealthy uncle’s farm, and all of a sudden, they find their situations reversed! By which I mean Bathsheba is rich, and Mr. Oak is poor. 

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