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#44 - WitchKingTroll
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#67 to #44 - merkdox
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(11/13/2012) [-]
i was thinking in that, do you have sauce plz??
i was thinking in that, do you have sauce plz??
#99 to #67 - anonymousalcoholic
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Don't know why you're getting thumb down friend, but here's the link:
http://www .youtube.com /watch?v=TXTocy9d7lA
#133 to #99 - merkdox
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(11/14/2012) [-]
thks buddy
#104 to #44 - reretzu
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#110 to #104 - graphically
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if sports were this awesome I might actually bother watching them some time
#50 - conagheraxe
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#46 - intimeaux
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#88 to #46 - checkreaction
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#1 - loonety
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#106 to #1 - anon
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(11/13/2012) [-]
YOU WILL NEVER WALK............alone
#5 to #1 - rmachado
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(11/12/2012) [-]
The expression on his face when he turns around and sees nobody's celebrating with him is priceless.
#11 to #5 - amirblumenfeld
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Brilliant, they were all celebrating with Carragher who got his first assist in years. Legend.
#10 - orbius
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#38 - MCPO
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#47 to #38 - BoltnmoltXII
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Whats this from??
#48 to #47 - MCPO
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Saving Private Ryan.
#77 to #47 - defender
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Beverly Hills Cop
#116 to #38 - anon
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i was waiting for him to shoot way too long
#78 to #38 - jimmynutz
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#86 - otakuranger
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#93 - qwertycat
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forever alone suarez
forever alone suarez
#101 to #93 - anon
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(11/13/2012) [-]
luis goes from "**** YEAH" to *realization* to "whatevs... **** it... **** YEAH"
#6 - sodapops
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Football players always come off as wimps. "WAAAAAAH, HE ALMOST TOUCHED MEEEE!"
Football players always come off as wimps. "WAAAAAAH, HE ALMOST TOUCHED MEEEE!"
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#9 to #6 - clasp
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There is usually 1 or 2 in a huge squad per team , and they get talked about , so they get the attention. Of course Football/soccer is gonna get the image. That's where all the sports media is with some controversy.

I hope they enforce the diving yellow card more( like with Torres) , and maybe get straight reds to end this.
#31 to #9 - hahameg
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Okay, I don't care about red thumbs, but Torres against the Man U game, he didn't dive, he was pushed and the red card was ridiculous. And Mark TWATenberg is a racist Man U fan that Fergie payed off.
#41 to #31 - clasp
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mmmm okay, I am still iffy on it. I play soccer too and know that contact can look worse then it is , but eh ...just looked shifty when I remembered watching it.

Also what the hell was that about clattenburg being racist? The **** happened there
#132 to #41 - hahameg
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(11/14/2012) [-]
I know he called Mikel something racist, I'm not sure what and I heard that he also said something to Mata, like a Spanish twat. But I just heard read that the police has dropped the investigation.
So much for kicking the racism out of football...
#42 to #41 - clasp
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(11/13/2012) [-]
I mean in the game. The hell happened
#22 - themightykamina
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the reason i like soccer is because more women flash players and fans, and more streakers
#87 to #22 - iclarinet
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#23 to #22 - PARTYHARD
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You didn't spell football correctly.
#66 to #23 - fedegon
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(11/13/2012) [-]
Hey you.
You're being that guy.
#68 to #66 - PARTYHARD
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I'm not trying to be "that guy". I'm actually quite enjoying having a debate with people who aren't a bunch of stubborn 12 year old pricks with no idea what their talking about.
#69 to #68 - fedegon
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Honestly, seeing these arguments, I'd rather be arguing on youtube about Justin Bieber on a CoD video with Bodies as the soundtrack.
#71 to #69 - PARTYHARD
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difference between argument and debate. Debates are structured, have meaning. Arguments are just stupid people who try and shout louder than the other person.
#56 to #23 - goodguygary
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'Soccer' comes from the word 'association'. The 'Football Association' was formed in England to kim jongister the Sport. It was an association of Football clubs. The game they kim jongistered became known as 'Association Football' to differentiate it from 'Rugby Football' which was also invented in the 19th Century.
'Soc' is a common diminutive of Society or Association, and so the game became known as 'Soccer'.
There is now a myth in England, that only Americans have ever called it 'Soccer', whereas the British call it 'Football' and always have.
This myth is not true. As recently as 30 years ago, everyone in Britain called it Soccer. Only our mothers ever called it 'Football', and we ridiculed them for it!!! 'Soccer' was the name adopted by the US when 'Soccer' (as it then was known) was first marketed earnestly in the States.
Possibly BECAUSE the Yanks started calling it 'Soccer', the perverse British started calling it 'Football', and now bare-facedly lie that they have NEVER called it 'Soccer'.

hue
#65 to #56 - PARTYHARD
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No one in Britain called it soccer 30 years ago. I've had this conversation with my grandfather many times. The whole football / soccer debate. Congratulations on learning to copy paste btw. We always called it football because as "brits" we had the sense to give it a proper name. I'll stick by my argument, I live in England, I know what English people call it and what they have done all their lives. Rugby was created in the 19th century at the public school titled "Rugby". A student picked up the football during a "mob game" as they were referred to back then and the game of rugby evolved from there. Football was invented/created before rugby even existed. Therefore Rugby would not need a defining name to define it from football as it was just coming about while football had been about for a period of time before that. So, what you just said was probably a myth invented by a yank who realized the stupidity of calling football "soccer"
#70 to #65 - goodguygary
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and now bare-facedly lie that they have NEVER called it 'Soccer.
#72 to #70 - goodguygary
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the point is, i honestly give less ***** about you calling it football, but there is another sport called football, and calling it soccer clears up confusion, everybody understands, but you insist on correcting people because you're an asshole
#73 to #70 - PARTYHARD
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I would say if anyone had called it soccer. We have always called it football and always will. My father does, his father before him and probably his father as well.
#74 to #73 - goodguygary
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see #72
#33 to #23 - Omegashenron
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I never understood why anyone gives a **** what you call it, obviously you understood what he meant so who cares?
#35 to #33 - PARTYHARD
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Because the sport is football. You use your foot and kick a ball.
#36 to #35 - Omegashenron
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So what? I agree, that is what they do, but what about croquet? Cricket? Youre arguments old, let's say I speak another language and say something in my language and you faintly understand what it means. You don't correct me just because my customs are different? By that logic I would make fun of the spelling difference between Americans and English. That being said I agree it should be called football, but it's too late. American football is too popular so whts the point in bitching?
#39 to #36 - PARTYHARD
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But the language is not different. It's the English language. Football was modernized and started competitively in England. Never bitched. Just stated facts.
#40 to #39 - Omegashenron
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It is, it's Americanized, like it or not. And I wasn't saying you were specifically, just it irks me when people seem to give a **** what someone calls it. I mean you understood it, so whats the point? idk people never care when someone uses text speak, because they understand it. It's probably because I'm from the US but I do call it football because it makes sense. I just hate that people give a **** when they understand it.
#43 to #40 - PARTYHARD
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Well sorry to offend you. I accept that the English language has changed and has been Americanized in the US, but with things like the colour / color spellings I wouldn't say anything because their much of a much-ness. To take one word and change it into something entirely different annoys me and this is the reason I said something.
#49 to #36 - modit
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They're not spelling differences, americans just spell things wrong.
U < See this thing here? It's the letter U. It goes in such words as "Colour" and "Honour".
And it's maths, not math. And it's Lego, not Legos.
Dammit.
#55 to #49 - whiteflagstrangler
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You seem rather livid, perhaps you should make sure you don't COLOR your vocabulary with needless obscenities.
On a side note, chill the **** out.
#76 to #49 - goodguygary
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i'm sorry, what was that? multiple ways of spelling words? HERESY
#51 to #49 - Omegashenron
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I call them lego out of habit lol. And I guess you could say their "wrong" but Americans just spell them differently (albeit it's pointless) but still it's not correct just because you spell it one way. I believe if you were born here I think you would feel the same way. Although I do understand your logic of because it's ENGLISH the ENGLISH way of spelling is correct and everything else is wrong I do understand.
#80 to #35 - anon
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An America football is about a foot long. It has exactly as much reason to be called football. Shall we call it "sometimes throw sometimes run while carrying ball"?

Facepalm, honestly people, this is 2012. Can we get over this passing contest?
#24 to #23 - themightykamina
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women who claim to like foot ball are either lying disgusting or the legit 1% that really do
#26 to #24 - PARTYHARD
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Someone didn't get the joke. I never said anything about women dude.
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#25 to #24 - TigerShark
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wait... are you talking about football or football?