Flyers prospects, circa 2011. [x]
NHL Prospect Camp ‘11 — Paintball Day
(With bonus Lappy!)
Erik Gustafsson of the Philadelphia Flyers
Claude, what is your face
British banking giant HSBC did a clever thing with a swimming pool: they took a picture of New York City from above and applied it to the bottom to make a point about climate change and rising sea levels. The effect is nothing short of amazing. My eyeballs are still having trouble not believing these people aren’t swimming a thousand feet above the NY skyline. Granted, sea levels would never rise that much — and the water probably wouldn’t be crystal clear (or toxin-free) — but, it still makes you think. (source: groovygreen.com)
Just look at all of their faces individually
i don’t think people understand how much i love my hockey team. i love those boys as if they were my best friends. i love their quirky little ways, their goofy hair, their stupid tweets. i love their fantastic goals, their fights, and their losses, too. they make me happy with their hugs, their chirps, and their never ending love for the game. i will love them no matter what.
I’ve already favorited this twice on tumblr, but I keep forgetting to reblog it.
Just bringing how incredible this dance is for being choreographed and performed. How I’m practically salivating in envy over their ability to move in 3” heels.
How sad it is to me when I show this to my friends and family and they turn it into a joke.
Because to them not only do they find it completely strange, but they automatically question the performers sexuality. ”Oh they must be gay,” is the first response to accept what they’re seeing.
Because unconsciously people declare men aren’t supposed to dance in heels. That only homosexuals are allowed to be feminine. (despite that girls can pop and lock it without being called “butch”)
Now I have no idea about the sexuality of our performers. It’s not like the video lists their names, bio and sexual orientation. But wouldn’t it be amazing if one of them was completely confident of his masculinity, was heterosexual and thought, “Hey I’m going to do this. Why? Because I can…and I LOOK SEXY AND AWESOME!”
But these are just my ramblings as I wonder when it will be okay for people to show both feminine and male attributes without being shamed for it.
If this gets 3 million notes I’ll make a dress out of these
And wear it to the nearest major city
SIGNAL BOOST AND IF IT GETS TO FOUR MILLION YOU’VE GOT TO MAKE A TIARA THAT MATCHES.
YOU’RE GONNA REGRET PUTTING THIS ON TUMBLR
This sounds like a really cool fashion project actually :0
Reblogging this, for example, is more important important than tweeting it.
was i the only one who never had an allowance and just did things cause my parents said so