19 years old in the most amazing country in the world. Love waaaay too many bands to make a list. Hockey is my first love and being a goalie is what I do for fun. Getting a degree in Journalism (C's get degrees). I like beer. And my Dog.
"It’s all about the girls; I just can’t bring myself to write about the mountains yet. I’m still banging on about the same shit I was in the beginning, I suppose, but perhaps I’m directing it differently now."
"I Won’t Let You Go" is a big, anthemic track that promises, amongst prodding drums and an electric bass, that with great risk comes great reward — and that Gary Lightbody promises that he is in it to win it with the mysterious "you" to whom he is singing. This is not a song about a fleeting romance, but about being in it to win it. (Possible backdrop for Tris’ Dauntless training, with those strong drums? We can only hope.)
underneathestars asked: Yeah, I've been here around 3 months by now. Came to my best friend wedding and now I am staying for a while yey, no work, no study, just spending time! Nice, never had change to "try" to play hockey, I don't get the game yet, hahaha.
Nice! Edmonton’s not the most exciting city but there’s usually something going on. If you stay here long enough you’ll for sure understand the sport, people go crazy for it! Where were you before?
Anonymous asked: People just gotta learn to be patriotic in a respectful manner (not saying you though : ) ) Obviously hockey is Canada's sport but its not exclusive to only Canada/Canadians (idk does that make sense ?) .. so I think that there are people who get bummed when others make it seem like Non-Canadian teams/players are not to par with Canadian teams/players .. idk ... every team has those "problematic/overly passionate fans" that cause trouble
No I tots understand! if any Canadian is saying that it’s “our game” in that way, with that meaning, then they’re being an asshole because even Japan has a hockey team for pete’s sake. Obviously anyone, from whichever country, can love and kick ass at hockey. The only thing is that usually when Canadians say it, that’s not what they’re trying to say. It’s hard to explain but we’re just trying to say that we really really really really care too much about it, that we grow up with and that it unites us and that (seriously) it’s our stereotype. The truth of it is, it’s legitimately a part of our culture that is otherwise pretty undefined, and that’s why it’s so important to us. It’s our sport the way you could say baseball is USA’s. It just means a lot to us and it’s part of us, which is what we’re trying to express when we say that. So yeah, I’ve been trying to clear it up for a while but it continues to be a source of drama. And I understand why people would be mad, but it’s honestly being misinterpreted. I hope this all makes sense and clears things up because I don’t want any trouble I mean we should all be friends. Also thanks for being really nice to me I was actually terrified it’d be hate! Take care lovely:)
Okay there’s the nice version of my rant, sans Alex Turner mic drop too. The point again, it’s everyone’s game, we love sharing, but let us get excited and love it.