I will LOVE you till the END.

I hate it when something is killing me and i can’t do anything about it.

love-hard-love-forever:

Love, cute, relatable :)

love-hard-love-forever:

Love, cute, relatable :)

I hate how small people’s mind is…….let me take decisions on my life ffs. eventually I am the one who has to live with results.

Afraid to sleep………………………

Life is not always what you have thought it is.
People aren’t always what they appear to be.

Note to self :

One weekend you gonna sit down whole day and watch HIMYM from season 1 to 9 probably when you are 30.

TO MY FUTURE KIDS:

Enjoy your school as much as you can because once it is over you will miss it no matter how bad you think it is.

People think I am antisocial or rude but it’s just that I only like to hangout with people I like and I can be myself with that’s all. Life is too short to waste time with someone you don’t feel comfortable with. Otherwise I am better when I am alone.

losalbicelestes:

“Messi doesn’t care about Argentina!”

Seriously? Interesting because people who say this always support Maradona and/or Tévez. Carlos feels the country. Right? Let me tell you something. You don’t know Maradona, you don’t know Tévez. Maradona is a fairytale to you. 2 months ago, I made a post…

His praise of Messi also centres on the attitude of the then 15-year-old. “He did something that says so much about him because a lot of young kids don’t like doing it. In one year he played with the Barça C youth team, then Barça B and then with Barça A. But then he went back and played for Barça C again afterwards.”

You could say to him, ‘Look here’s the ball, let’s play a match’ and he would get on with it. He just loved playing. He didn’t mind what level. Some kids when they play for the A team and then you ask them to play for the B team they pull a face but with him he always gave everything. Messi had a harder time than Fabregas and Pique. The latter two were local lads. Fabregas, born just north of Barcelona in coastal town Vilassar de Mar was picked up aged 13 playing for Mataro. Pique’s grandfather Amador Bernabeu is a former vice-president of Barcelona.

But Messi signed as a 13-year-old from Argentina after doing enough in the first five minutes of his trial against boys three years older to convince Barcelona he was going to be something special in spite of his size. He was 4ft 6in when he turned up but eventually sprouted to 5ft 5in injecting himself with growth hormone treatment, paid for by the club every day until he was 15. “Just as the bright kids want to go to Harvard, Messi wanted to trial with Barça,” his dad Jorge once told me. Jorge, along with wife Celia and his three children, also came to live in Barcelona. Messi’s mum and siblings all had to return to Argentina shortly after he arrived. He was left with his dad in a strange city, and unable to even play, first because of injury and then because of paperwork problems.
Albert Benaiges (via ohmylordmessi)
His praise of Messi also centres on the attitude of the then 15-year-old. “He did something that says so much about him because a lot of young kids don’t like doing it. In one year he played with the Barça C youth team, then Barça B and then with Barça A. But then he went back and played for Barça C again afterwards.”

You could say to him, ‘Look here’s the ball, let’s play a match’ and he would get on with it. He just loved playing. He didn’t mind what level. Some kids when they play for the A team and then you ask them to play for the B team they pull a face but with him he always gave everything. Messi had a harder time than Fabregas and Pique. The latter two were local lads. Fabregas, born just north of Barcelona in coastal town Vilassar de Mar was picked up aged 13 playing for Mataro. Pique’s grandfather Amador Bernabeu is a former vice-president of Barcelona.

But Messi signed as a 13-year-old from Argentina after doing enough in the first five minutes of his trial against boys three years older to convince Barcelona he was going to be something special in spite of his size. He was 4ft 6in when he turned up but eventually sprouted to 5ft 5in injecting himself with growth hormone treatment, paid for by the club every day until he was 15. “Just as the bright kids want to go to Harvard, Messi wanted to trial with Barça,” his dad Jorge once told me. Jorge, along with wife Celia and his three children, also came to live in Barcelona. Messi’s mum and siblings all had to return to Argentina shortly after he arrived. He was left with his dad in a strange city, and unable to even play, first because of injury and then because of paperwork problems.
Albert Benaiges (via ohmylordmessi)

lilfagbitch:

"We are all, everyone in this room, so fortunate."

FUCKING QUEEN. SHE UNDERSTANDS HER PRIVELAGE AND SHINES LIGHT ON LESS PRIVILEGED PEOPLE.

Have you ever just looked at someone and thought, “I really love you”. They’re just talking or humming or watching a movie or reading a book or laughing or something, and there’s something about them in that moment—their body is alive, there’s a light in their eyes, something—that makes you think, “I just really love you.”

During this time in Barcelona much has changed, but the Captain is always the same! Eternal Puyol! Thank you!