Do you ever look down at what you’re cooking when suddenly you’re Gob, muttering into the unforgiving silence of your apartment: I’ve made a huge mistake.
no i have never experienced this i am an excellent cook
idk, i’m incredibly hard to predict. IN THE MEAN TIME, SUGGESTED READING FOR TUMBLR USER l1ttlelem0n:
my actual homework from my actual licensed psychiatrist for the week was “try to notice good things that strangers do to remind you that not ALL men are absolute garbage.”
APPARENTLY if i actually want to commit to dating again my approach can’t be to act like a dumpster cat hissing at passersby with questions like, “WHAT’S YOUR STANCE ON INTERSECTIONAL FEMINISM,” and “HAVE YOU EVER CALLED YOURSELF ‘DEVIL’S ADVOCATE’?”
"Well, even when I met him this summer, for me, I came back from that meeting thinking, hey, this guy’s a real leader. And in all the other individual meetings I’ve had with veteran players here, they’ve all said that he’s a real key guy. If they mention, y’know, who do you consider leaders on the team, who are the real glue guys on the team - Marc-Andre’s name always comes to the forefront, with *every* guy. So he has that type of energy, he has that type of presence in our group, that guys want to go to bat - you can see them around the net, they want to go to battle for him."[x @ 4:05] Head Coach Mike Johnston on Penguins goalie Marc-Andre Fleury (via macaronicap)
"When I signed with the Pens, I was skating down at Southpointe before training camp. You know, guys are kind of trickling in for training camp, and Geno comes on the ice. And I remember, we’re scrimmaging at the end of practice — we’re skating through the neutral zone, he didn’t see me and I picked his pocket, lifted his stick, took the puck, and I started going the other way. I couldn’t have gotten three or four strides, when all of a sudden — and this is kind of a non-contact, light scrimmage — all of a sudden, out of the corner of my eye, I see him just flying and just launch his shoulder into me. He hit me hard. Right after that, he gets this little smirk, comes up to me and touches me on the pads, all “Sorry, sorry.” What I took from that is that the guy is just a beast on the ice and he doesn’t like to be beaten, and he’ll fight back. […] In crunch time, I think the team’s in pretty good hands with 87 and 71."Mike Rupp on Evgeni Malkin (x)
THE MOST IMPORTANT TWITTER EXCHANGE OF ALL TIME.
you know that thing of like when you’re just going about your day tumbl-blogging pictures of cats and suddenly tumblr gives you the spinning wheel of death and says, “i broke,” and the only option it gives you is to retry, and retry, and retry, and you’re brain is like HAHA I’M DEFINITELY NOT GOING TO MAKE A METAPHOR FOR LIFE OUT OF THIS.
HE IS NOT FOR ME IF:
I AM NOT FOR HIM IF: