APPROACH YOUR TROPHY (THE END OF THE DAY?)(#FRIDAY) SLOWLY! It’s there. It’s not going anywhere. If you rush into it you’re just going to get a booboo on your arm. (SayOMG.)
Student: Is there a word that is universal? Something that every child, all over the world, understands?
Teacher: There is only one. And it is FAIL.
This is why we can’t have nice things – every mom.
Is anyone else watching this over and over and over again, not just because it is hysterical, but because they really want to figure out whose fault it is?
Does yellow goalie try to slide? Does blue goalie push her? Is blue goalie pushed by number 10?
YOU ARE WRONG IT WAS CAPTAIN VON RED HAT.
Please don’t make such a fool of yourself Jeb. Captain Von Red Hat Yellow Goalie was one of the suspects I listed.
A broken trophy is better than any of these kids deserve after that.
I know I just felt like I was back in 6th grade soccer.
Is this like a metaphor for when you’re so pumped it’s almost the weekend that you get drunk on Thursday night and then have to drag your broken shell of a self through one more day of work? Not that I would know anything about that…
I actually prefer Thursdays for getting drunk, that way I waste a work day on a hangover instead of a weekend. I’d say Thursdays and Sundays are my core drinking nights. It’s also possible this would be different if my job wasn’t so depressing.
Oh man, but then you’re wasting perfectly good hangover-induced 4 hour football naps on Sunday. It’s my favorite part of fall!
I’m okay with “I like naps”-induced football naps on Sunday. But I’m not sure I’m doing football this Sunday. This stupidly late in the year I’ve found out there have been pick-up frisbee games every Sunday in the park near my house so I am totally going this Sunday.
This is what happens when you raise kids on a sport that penalizes the use of hands.
This is basically the ultimate South American soccer video as it shows what a bunch of dive-takers and fragile hams they are, even at an early age.
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