Ah, finals...every student’s favorite time of the year, also known as hell week. It’s a time when all your teachers decide to test you on everything you may or may not have learned over the semester. A time when your stress increases and your sleep decreases.
Teachers expect you to put their class at the top of your priority list even though you have a million other things to do and worry about. But, we’ve all been there before, and in order to get to where we want to be, we must prove that we can succeed under pressure.
As the Chicago Fire arrived at the Toronto airport for their upcoming game against Toronto FC, one lady spotted the Fire squad. She then decided to ask Bastian Schweinsteiger if he would take a picture of her with the rest of the Fire players.
Thankfully for the soccer world, the Fire's assistant head coach Eric Gehrig was able to snap a picture of the scene.
What happened next is a picture worth a thousand words — and laughs. Plenty of laughs.
Cristiano Ronaldo is always hawking something. My favorite is the blanket, but you could talk me into the undies. Actually, those WERE my favorites until today, when the Cristiano Ronaldo Canadian tuxedo arrived.
For those of you who are not very cultiured, a Canadian tuxedo is a suit of clothing made of all denim. Like this:
The Guardian claims to practice "responsible journalism", and generally that's true, but they've gone too far this time. This very distressing headline adorned one of their articles about a peculiar stadium in South Korea, and we are just so mad we could spit:
Ever stumble across something on the Internet and your thoughts automatically turn to a particular friend or memory? Of course you have, it probably happens every time you scroll your Instagram feed. In today’s age, memes rule the Internet — pictures might be worth a thousand words, but memes are worth a thousand laughs. A day without laughter is a day wasted, so send these memes to your soccer friends and make their day a great one.
Oh this poor man. This poor, poor man. Chiel Kramer, a goalkeeper for Dutch second division side Almere City, committed the cardinal sin of goalkeepers: not paying attention.
You have to always pay attention when you're the goalkeeper. Otherwise, you might commit blunders, like this one from out friend Kramer.