weltmeister
I woke up in the morning and I didn't want anything, didn't do anything, couldn't do it anyway, just lay there listening to the blood rush through me and it never made any sense, anything. ()

multifandom
mostly anime, football, marvel, and movies

the murasakibara to my akashi
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Life’s all about moments, of impact and how they changes our lives forever. But what if one day you could no longer remember any of them?

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hackedmotionsensors:

I’m gonna ruin my rep as a smut peddler if I keep drawing domestic stuff like this but DADNETO AND PROFESSOR PUPPINGTON AU.
WOAH I WENT THERE

hackedmotionsensors:

I’m gonna ruin my rep as a smut peddler if I keep drawing domestic stuff like this but DADNETO AND PROFESSOR PUPPINGTON AU.

WOAH I WENT THERE

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thorlokid:

Chris Evans, impersonating Tom’s impression of Chris playing Loki, pretending to be Captain America vs Tom Hiddleston, impersonating Chris Evans, as Loki, pretending to be Captain America  

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There’s so much more to you than you know, not just pain and anger. There’s good in you too, and you can harness all that. You have a power that no one can match, not even me.

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hackedmotionsensors:

Totally metal and a total sap. Haha The 80s Au is so dumb and cheesy and I dunno how to stop drawing it. Laaaameee

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                Hermann Gerland remembers perfectly the conversation he had with his wife. In almost two decades as Bayern Munich’s youth coaching guru, Gerland - known as “Der Tiger” - has seen dozens of players come through, but this one stands out. The prodigy in question was 17. He was a small, slight boy. Gerland thought he had a potential world-beater on his hands, a once-in-a-generation talent, but nobody else quite saw it that way. "He had no chance in the first team," he said. "Nobody thought he would make it." The doubts played on Gerland’s mind. He could not make the others understand. He recalled, “My wife said that maybe I was wrong, that maybe if everybody said he was not good enough, then maybe…” He did not finish his sentence. Maybe, she meant, he just was not good enough. But Gerland was not willing to contemplate the possibility. "I told her that if he did not play for Bayern, I would throw in my licence and go and coach water polo," he said.

                It is a little more than 12 years since Gerland went to war for Lahm. Even Gerland must be surprised just how spectacularly he has been proven right. Lahm is captain of Bayern. He has led them to titles and to the Champions League. Few would debate he is the finest fullback in the world. You could even make a case that he might also be the best midfielder in the world, such as Bayern manager Pep Guardiola has hailed Lahm as the most intelligent player he has ever encountered.
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together, the two of us.

we’re a two-man team.

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