feeling your computer getting slower though the years is one of the most heartbreaking things ever
When you try to think of a word and can only remember it in another language.
Chelsea FC 6 (Costa 1’ + 90’, Ivanovic 3’, OG 67’, Matic 74’, Ramires 77’) - 3 Everton
It may just be that the match of the season came early. Chelsea have only won once at Goodison Park in recent memory, but this match blows them all out of the water. A goal within the first minute from Costa and with Ivanovic operating under the guise of false-9 just two minutes later seemed to give Chelsea all the control they could need. An Everton goal just before the half threw the game wide open, with things not cooling down during the break. An own goal put Chelsea up 3-1, yet only moments later we were being chased at 3-2. Matic scored a cool goal for 4-2, but former blue Eto’o headed one in for 4-3 two minutes later. Would it ever end? Ramires slotted home two minutes later (again!) for 5-3, and finally a late Costa goal sealed it up at 6-3. Phew. Was there even anything else to talk about? Oh, right. Everton goal keeper Tim Howard took it up with Costa and Azpilicueta, and Romelu Lukaku didn’t do much of anything. Top of the table with a solid goal difference - let’s get comfy.
Do you know that feeling when you’re :))))))))))))))))))))))))
Samba (Olivier Nakache & Eric Toledano, 2014) trailer
Anonymous asked: You ever feel like it's too painful to fail but pointless to succeed?
Are you always the same anon?
Failure always feels painful to me, it’s why I’ve been avoiding it so much in my life. I’m trying to get over that in this point of my life. Pointless to succeed though…can’t say I really think about that. I worry so much about failure that I don’t think much about success.
But whether it’s pointless or not depends on what kind of success we’re talking about though, right? My idea of succeeding right now is just to survive and get by, and that’s not totally pointless (well, sort o…let’s not go into that) to me.