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#1438 - #126 Mergmer 11/30/2013 on Pokemon Draw Thread! +6
#1427 - **fmaestrolol rolls 126**  [+] (1 new reply) 11/30/2013 on Pokemon Draw Thread! 0
#1438 - fmaestrolol (11/30/2013) [-]
#126 Mergmer
#3 - Don't leave your non-abusive family in that lurch if you can c…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/28/2013 on needed to get this out. 0
User avatar #7 - deathislord (11/28/2013) [-]
they'll rot here. i wont. i feel nothing for them but contempt, yet i still will worry a bit.
#12 - In reference to your first point, you could argue that the hum…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/18/2013 on (untitled) +3
User avatar #24 - thesinful (11/18/2013) [-]
I'm not certain but I think I recall our brains being able to develop more in part because eating meat gave use more protein.
#84 - This won't come as a consolation but I have plenty of hair. 11/13/2013 on Scumbag DNA 0
#63 - If your brain was that excellent you'd be able to muster up en…  [+] (2 new replies) 11/13/2013 on Scumbag DNA +1
#71 - jazzytheferret (11/13/2013) [-]
I have to agree, I excel well at things that interest me and have to self motivate for anything else. I'm just mad about my receding hair line.
#84 - fmaestrolol (11/13/2013) [-]
This won't come as a consolation but I have plenty of hair.
#123 - You make a wonderful point. 11/06/2013 on "YouTube Music Awards" 0
#118 - I'm not saying it should go to Eminem etc, I was thinking more…  [+] (3 new replies) 11/06/2013 on "YouTube Music Awards" 0
User avatar #120 - pokemonstheshiz (11/06/2013) [-]
I really think so. If it's not about the videos, it's about who's already popular, or it's some indie music fest. There's things in place for both of those, and youtube should be about the videos
#123 - fmaestrolol (11/06/2013) [-]
You make a wonderful point.
User avatar #121 - flutterbye (11/06/2013) [-]
I agree completely. Call me a hipster, but I didn't want someone who makes millions per album to win a (supposedly) youtube themed award.
#107 - Although I love ERB I don't think they should have won. The so…  [+] (6 new replies) 11/06/2013 on "YouTube Music Awards" +3
#148 - Shawksta (11/06/2013) [-]
They are rap battles

Icon vs Icon

Its not about being Funny

ITS ABOUT RAP BATTLEING
User avatar #116 - pokemonstheshiz (11/06/2013) [-]
but the point is Youtube music awards. There's regular music awards for music quality, these should be about video quality and style. And unlike many of the nominees, ERB actually makes their own videos, not just show up for a day of filming and get the credit of someone else's abilities.
#118 - fmaestrolol (11/06/2013) [-]
I'm not saying it should go to Eminem etc, I was thinking more along the lines of music producers on YouTube such DeStorm. I see your point though, given that it's a site about videos maybe they should be a big part of the judging process.
User avatar #120 - pokemonstheshiz (11/06/2013) [-]
I really think so. If it's not about the videos, it's about who's already popular, or it's some indie music fest. There's things in place for both of those, and youtube should be about the videos
#123 - fmaestrolol (11/06/2013) [-]
You make a wonderful point.
User avatar #121 - flutterbye (11/06/2013) [-]
I agree completely. Call me a hipster, but I didn't want someone who makes millions per album to win a (supposedly) youtube themed award.
#44 - You wouldn't pack your rainjacket to watch a game of football …  [+] (6 new replies) 11/05/2013 on He came prepared 0
User avatar #46 - mrgoodlove (11/05/2013) [-]
Also, football is an American sport, so I probably wouldn't go watch a game in Saudi Arabia.
User avatar #72 - klaes (11/05/2013) [-]
Thumbing you back up so you can hopefully avoid the sea of red, but know that when most of the world says football they mean association football or as you'd call it "soccer". There are some people which are very passionate about this issue, so I'd highly suggest being careful about it to avoid lengthy rants on your knowledge of sports.
User avatar #82 - mrgoodlove (11/05/2013) [-]
Ohhh you mean futbol?
User avatar #147 - klaes (11/05/2013) [-]
To make myself clear, I think I've discovered where you got the futbol thing from. I've lived in Latin America for the past 8 years now, and here in Spanish it's called futbol. In Brazil it's futebol. Your confusion likely originates from there, as many citizens of the US have been influenced by your large latino population. To clarify: all variations whether it be "futbol", "futebol", the Albanian "futboll" or the Hungarian "futball" stem from the original name "football".

To call it "futbol" as an official name would be like me calling baseball "béisbol". It's just wrong.
User avatar #144 - klaes (11/05/2013) [-]
Nope. I have no idea why you thought it was said like that, but it is actually called football. In Brazil futsal is indoor "soccer" played in gyms on hard concrete, whilst football is the traditional on field sport. I'm afraid only the United States refers to association football as futbol when speaking English, much in the same way they are the only ones that refer to it as soccer.

Football(soccer) is a British sport by nature and as such its name is not futbol, but football.
User avatar #45 - mrgoodlove (11/05/2013) [-]
I would. Like my mom always says, it's better to have it and not need it than need it and not have it.
#71 - Absolutely but we're not looking like a promotion worthy team … 11/05/2013 on Just like the England... 0
#69 - A loan would definitely help Sterling. I'm a Watford fan so I'…  [+] (2 new replies) 11/04/2013 on Just like the England... 0
User avatar #70 - amirblumenfeld (11/04/2013) [-]
Preferably a Premier League club. Promotion surely the aim for Watford this season? Liverpool midfield isn't great at the moment, Lucas and Gerrard play every single game regardless of form. We need a dynamic, powerful DM and a box-to-box player really, no real creativity apart from Coutinho. We really missed out on Wanyama, Southampton have a good player there.
#71 - fmaestrolol (11/05/2013) [-]
Absolutely but we're not looking like a promotion worthy team at the moment, shipping too many goals to get the points we need. Plus our strikeforce is not performing as it did last year, we need Abdi back from injury to create chances. Wanyama is such a force, every Premier League club missed out on him.
#63 - Personally Sterling just seems fast to me rather than having h…  [+] (4 new replies) 11/04/2013 on Just like the England... +1
User avatar #67 - amirblumenfeld (11/04/2013) [-]
I'm a Liverpool fan. I think Sterling has the potential to be a good player, he's very tactically aware. Although you'd rather see a young player going all out and attacking he actually does the dirty work quite well. He's still young - needs regular games, should loan him out in my opinion. Henderson's an absolute workhorse - important for any team but not sure he has the ability. Most young players it's too early to tell, they need less pressure.
#69 - fmaestrolol (11/04/2013) [-]
A loan would definitely help Sterling. I'm a Watford fan so I'd take him here because as my dad says there's no substitute for pace! Well you need that at Liverpool especially given the injury-proneness of Lucas, the decline of Gerrard and Coutinho being an attacking player. That's very true, just take Rickie Lambert for example.
User avatar #70 - amirblumenfeld (11/04/2013) [-]
Preferably a Premier League club. Promotion surely the aim for Watford this season? Liverpool midfield isn't great at the moment, Lucas and Gerrard play every single game regardless of form. We need a dynamic, powerful DM and a box-to-box player really, no real creativity apart from Coutinho. We really missed out on Wanyama, Southampton have a good player there.
#71 - fmaestrolol (11/05/2013) [-]
Absolutely but we're not looking like a promotion worthy team at the moment, shipping too many goals to get the points we need. Plus our strikeforce is not performing as it did last year, we need Abdi back from injury to create chances. Wanyama is such a force, every Premier League club missed out on him.
#56 - It's just what we do. I'm especially pleased that Townsend got…  [+] (6 new replies) 11/04/2013 on Just like the England... +1
User avatar #58 - amirblumenfeld (11/04/2013) [-]
Yeah Townsend has done well. I'm still not convinced with a lot of our young players though - Zaha, Sterling, Barkley and even Townsend to an extent. They all have potential to be good players, some very good but the way the media and some fans talk about them you'd think they were some of the best players in the world. Always has an adverse effect...look at Carroll, Henderson, Cleverley. Not as good as some claim.
#63 - fmaestrolol (11/04/2013) [-]
Personally Sterling just seems fast to me rather than having high quality footballing talent. Townsend I think won't falter like the others did, he's more mature than the others you mentioned were when he properly hit the big time. Barkley definitely isn't an England -standard player yet but Henderson has improved a lot recently. Not many players can handle the expectations of England fans - how Rooney, Gerrard and Lampard made it this far is testament to their character.
User avatar #67 - amirblumenfeld (11/04/2013) [-]
I'm a Liverpool fan. I think Sterling has the potential to be a good player, he's very tactically aware. Although you'd rather see a young player going all out and attacking he actually does the dirty work quite well. He's still young - needs regular games, should loan him out in my opinion. Henderson's an absolute workhorse - important for any team but not sure he has the ability. Most young players it's too early to tell, they need less pressure.
#69 - fmaestrolol (11/04/2013) [-]
A loan would definitely help Sterling. I'm a Watford fan so I'd take him here because as my dad says there's no substitute for pace! Well you need that at Liverpool especially given the injury-proneness of Lucas, the decline of Gerrard and Coutinho being an attacking player. That's very true, just take Rickie Lambert for example.
User avatar #70 - amirblumenfeld (11/04/2013) [-]
Preferably a Premier League club. Promotion surely the aim for Watford this season? Liverpool midfield isn't great at the moment, Lucas and Gerrard play every single game regardless of form. We need a dynamic, powerful DM and a box-to-box player really, no real creativity apart from Coutinho. We really missed out on Wanyama, Southampton have a good player there.
#71 - fmaestrolol (11/05/2013) [-]
Absolutely but we're not looking like a promotion worthy team at the moment, shipping too many goals to get the points we need. Plus our strikeforce is not performing as it did last year, we need Abdi back from injury to create chances. Wanyama is such a force, every Premier League club missed out on him.
#46 - Though true, I can't help but feel we made a meal of it. That …  [+] (8 new replies) 11/04/2013 on Just like the England... +1
User avatar #49 - amirblumenfeld (11/04/2013) [-]
I know what you mean. We squeaked through in true English style. I don't there's as much expectation this time round, which can only be a good thing. One thing I like about Hodgson is that he's not afraid to play the youngsters.
#56 - fmaestrolol (11/04/2013) [-]
It's just what we do. I'm especially pleased that Townsend got his chance, although that might be because he took his chance, unlike Zaha and Sterling, who in fairness are 2 and 4 years his junior.
User avatar #58 - amirblumenfeld (11/04/2013) [-]
Yeah Townsend has done well. I'm still not convinced with a lot of our young players though - Zaha, Sterling, Barkley and even Townsend to an extent. They all have potential to be good players, some very good but the way the media and some fans talk about them you'd think they were some of the best players in the world. Always has an adverse effect...look at Carroll, Henderson, Cleverley. Not as good as some claim.
#63 - fmaestrolol (11/04/2013) [-]
Personally Sterling just seems fast to me rather than having high quality footballing talent. Townsend I think won't falter like the others did, he's more mature than the others you mentioned were when he properly hit the big time. Barkley definitely isn't an England -standard player yet but Henderson has improved a lot recently. Not many players can handle the expectations of England fans - how Rooney, Gerrard and Lampard made it this far is testament to their character.
User avatar #67 - amirblumenfeld (11/04/2013) [-]
I'm a Liverpool fan. I think Sterling has the potential to be a good player, he's very tactically aware. Although you'd rather see a young player going all out and attacking he actually does the dirty work quite well. He's still young - needs regular games, should loan him out in my opinion. Henderson's an absolute workhorse - important for any team but not sure he has the ability. Most young players it's too early to tell, they need less pressure.
#69 - fmaestrolol (11/04/2013) [-]
A loan would definitely help Sterling. I'm a Watford fan so I'd take him here because as my dad says there's no substitute for pace! Well you need that at Liverpool especially given the injury-proneness of Lucas, the decline of Gerrard and Coutinho being an attacking player. That's very true, just take Rickie Lambert for example.
User avatar #70 - amirblumenfeld (11/04/2013) [-]
Preferably a Premier League club. Promotion surely the aim for Watford this season? Liverpool midfield isn't great at the moment, Lucas and Gerrard play every single game regardless of form. We need a dynamic, powerful DM and a box-to-box player really, no real creativity apart from Coutinho. We really missed out on Wanyama, Southampton have a good player there.
#71 - fmaestrolol (11/05/2013) [-]
Absolutely but we're not looking like a promotion worthy team at the moment, shipping too many goals to get the points we need. Plus our strikeforce is not performing as it did last year, we need Abdi back from injury to create chances. Wanyama is such a force, every Premier League club missed out on him.
#32 - From our super-hard group of Poland, Montenegro, Ukraine, and …  [+] (11 new replies) 11/04/2013 on Just like the England... 0
User avatar #64 - qotsa (11/04/2013) [-]
yeah we had germany, sweden and ireland. so i guess 3rd place is okay!
User avatar #43 - amirblumenfeld (11/04/2013) [-]
You can only beat what's put in front of you.
#46 - fmaestrolol (11/04/2013) [-]
Though true, I can't help but feel we made a meal of it. That being said, I'm more confident about 2014 than I was about world cup 2006 and 2010.
User avatar #49 - amirblumenfeld (11/04/2013) [-]
I know what you mean. We squeaked through in true English style. I don't there's as much expectation this time round, which can only be a good thing. One thing I like about Hodgson is that he's not afraid to play the youngsters.
#56 - fmaestrolol (11/04/2013) [-]
It's just what we do. I'm especially pleased that Townsend got his chance, although that might be because he took his chance, unlike Zaha and Sterling, who in fairness are 2 and 4 years his junior.
User avatar #58 - amirblumenfeld (11/04/2013) [-]
Yeah Townsend has done well. I'm still not convinced with a lot of our young players though - Zaha, Sterling, Barkley and even Townsend to an extent. They all have potential to be good players, some very good but the way the media and some fans talk about them you'd think they were some of the best players in the world. Always has an adverse effect...look at Carroll, Henderson, Cleverley. Not as good as some claim.
#63 - fmaestrolol (11/04/2013) [-]
Personally Sterling just seems fast to me rather than having high quality footballing talent. Townsend I think won't falter like the others did, he's more mature than the others you mentioned were when he properly hit the big time. Barkley definitely isn't an England -standard player yet but Henderson has improved a lot recently. Not many players can handle the expectations of England fans - how Rooney, Gerrard and Lampard made it this far is testament to their character.
User avatar #67 - amirblumenfeld (11/04/2013) [-]
I'm a Liverpool fan. I think Sterling has the potential to be a good player, he's very tactically aware. Although you'd rather see a young player going all out and attacking he actually does the dirty work quite well. He's still young - needs regular games, should loan him out in my opinion. Henderson's an absolute workhorse - important for any team but not sure he has the ability. Most young players it's too early to tell, they need less pressure.
#69 - fmaestrolol (11/04/2013) [-]
A loan would definitely help Sterling. I'm a Watford fan so I'd take him here because as my dad says there's no substitute for pace! Well you need that at Liverpool especially given the injury-proneness of Lucas, the decline of Gerrard and Coutinho being an attacking player. That's very true, just take Rickie Lambert for example.
User avatar #70 - amirblumenfeld (11/04/2013) [-]
Preferably a Premier League club. Promotion surely the aim for Watford this season? Liverpool midfield isn't great at the moment, Lucas and Gerrard play every single game regardless of form. We need a dynamic, powerful DM and a box-to-box player really, no real creativity apart from Coutinho. We really missed out on Wanyama, Southampton have a good player there.
#71 - fmaestrolol (11/05/2013) [-]
Absolutely but we're not looking like a promotion worthy team at the moment, shipping too many goals to get the points we need. Plus our strikeforce is not performing as it did last year, we need Abdi back from injury to create chances. Wanyama is such a force, every Premier League club missed out on him.
#52 - Petition to rename "White American" to "Europea… 11/01/2013 on Faces of the world 0
#24 - This is all I have that's mildy relevant. 10/27/2013 on asian girl group +26
#17 - I find this hard to believe as my fingers have recovered from this 10/24/2013 on I need an adult 0
#297 - It's here if you want it  [+] (1 new reply) 10/22/2013 on Nice goal 0
User avatar #340 - iraniie (10/23/2013) [-]
Thank you my beautiful sir!
#247 - Hey man, I totally get how you feel. As long as it's not somet… 10/14/2013 on My confession 0
#68 - Something ate it. 10/08/2013 on damn nigga 0
#105 - And that is why pirate maps are so hard to read. 09/13/2013 on Facebook (666) 0
#26 - Rum is the superior alcohol.  [+] (4 new replies) 09/12/2013 on Facebook (666) +3
User avatar #79 - youahippocrate (09/12/2013) [-]
Rum is the only thing to have ever utterly fucked me up....And I take my vodka straight.
#105 - fmaestrolol (09/13/2013) [-]
And that is why pirate maps are so hard to read.
User avatar #43 - flusteredmoose (09/12/2013) [-]
And mead, it makes me feel like a knight.
User avatar #27 - kyrozor (09/12/2013) [-]
That it is mate, that it is.
#99 - I stand corrected 09/07/2013 on Yeah, well at least I can... 0
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