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Take a broken girl, treat her like a famous princess, give her the best seats in the house. Buy her coffee and cigarettes for the coming down, books and bathroom things for the days ahead. Tell her something true when all she’s known are lies. Tell her God loves her. Tell her about forgiveness, the possibility of freedom, tell her she was made to dance in white dresses. All these things are true.
—  Jamie Tworkowski - ‘To Write Love On Her Arms’
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okay can we talk about HOW TO DO ALL OF THESE POSES YUURI MUST HAVE HAD TAKEN POLE DANCING CLASSES???

pole dancing is hard af and requires a shit ton of upperbody strength yo

HE EITHER TOOK CLASSES IN DETROIT OR MINAKO TAUGHT HIM THIS TOO

I think the beauty of Sid is that he is such a normal person, so laid back, so down to earth. He doesn’t carry himself like he’s a star. Other athletes who play on other teams in Pittsburgh can’t have this said about them. But Sid is really something simply because of his personality and the way he treats others. So, does he have an aura? I mean, I guess it sounds like the sexy thing to say yes, but I’ve never felt that way. He’s such of an every day person. He’ll sit in his locker after games and talk to you whether you’re a teammate, someone like me who’s covered him for almost a decade, or if you’re someone he doesn’t even know.
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Josh Yohe

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Ten years ago today, Jon Foreman wore the very first TWLOHA shirt on stage at a Switchfoot concert in Boca Raton, Florida.

Darlene kept her ticket from that night and sent us this picture for us to share.

Tonight, we’re hosting a conversation with Jon Foreman, our founder Jamie, and Renee Yohe - the three people who were there when this all began. 

Watch it here at 7PM EDT.