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undergroundghosts:

Precious baby

undergroundghosts:

Precious baby

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stability:

you know when youre in the car and your parents break hard and they throw their arm over you for protection?
I have same instinct with my take out food

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zellah4:

OMFG

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what really happend in the night germany’s national team won the world cup..

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naturalambiguity:

travishl87:

The world is weird, man. Weird and kinda beautiful.

aww Santiago

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wariogotze:

Fyi, the “So geh’n die Deutschen” song and dance is a generic celebration routine and was not specifically created and designed for Argetina.

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Colombia didn´t make it to the final, yet we have plenty of reasons to celebrate. We made history and we certainly won´t be easily forgotten after this World Cup. Why? Here´s a list.

daniandthemofos:

1. Golden Boot: James Rodríguez

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2. Fair Play Award: Colombia

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3. Top Goal: James Rodríguez

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4. 5th place in the World Cup

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5. Third place, after Germany and The Netherlands, of Teams with Highest Scores: 12 goals

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6. Top Assist: Juan Guillermo Cuadrado

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7. Broke the record of the oldest player in a World Cup: Faryd Mondragón

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8. Last but not least, we had the best goal celebration

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mario-gotze-fanpage:

ESPN 2014 FIFA World Cup Closing Montage HD

A must watch video - amazing!

All I can say: Thank you football for making my life so colorful!

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alvaromorata:

"This is how the gauchos walk, the gauchos walk like this," chanted the Germans, as they  mocked the South Americans as being hunched-over, short and little people.

Then the Germans chanted, “this is how the Germans walk, the Germans walk like this.” With their backs straight, tall, and proud.

LMAO, it’s funny how the Germans helped Brazilians but then they pull this kind of racist shit and think they’re being cute and funny. Hell nah with this shit. To anyone who thinks they were being playful and not racist can go unfollow me now because you are just as trash as they are.

It’s one thing to banter and joke around but they crossed that line with their little jig. We, South Americans, are not all small and we do not walk with our backs hunched. We are proud of who we are and we do not need you to stereotype us at all. I don’t care if they didn’t mean that way, it still came off as racist and disrespectful. The Germans’ dance still reinforces their white privilege and white superiority over pocs. This shit is not okay to do at all.

So fuck the German NT.

Hmm.. This is stupid?!!! So how is this racist to “South Americans”?!! This was just about a team they just beat(Argentina) It’s a celebratory song, towards their own German people. German pride. Nothing to do with South American ppl!! Yo do know there are other countries besides Argentina..
They never mention anything

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podollski:

GERMANY NT 

[inspired by x]

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elreus:

sit down

drank

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stand up

drank

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pass out

drank

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wake up

drank

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kate-runs:

I didn’t know I could love these men anymore than I did, but I was wrong.

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