It was just a matter of seeing your face when you stepped into the pitch to realize how much this meant to you.
"It couldn’t have been a more special match, to come back to the Calderón after seven years and to do so for a Champions League semi final. It couldn’t have been better. It was very emotional and I’ll forever be grateful for the fans. I was grateful for them when I first came here when I was ten years old, I was grateful when I left, and now that I’ve come back. The reception I got from the fans before and after the match is something I’ll never forget."
"It’s no secret that I take enormous joy whenever Atleti wins or that I suffer greatly whenever something bad happens to them. With the exception of today and next wednesday, I want Atleti to win always. Me and Cholo send each other texts regularly, we keep in touch as much as we can. We were teammates for two years and our relationship was always good. I always do my best to wish him all the best whenever they need it and to congratulate them when they win.” (x)

im sad today so im just gonna go through my likes so if i reblog 3543542 posts from you from 2011 that’d be why im not stalking you or anything


do you ever just realize how bad your voice sounds




They make each other happy. (X)

Reblogging to remind you all to remember the good times!

*clings to the good times*

Male privilege is “I have a boyfriend” being the only thing that can actually stop someone from hitting on you because they respect another male-bodied person more than they respect your rejection/lack of interest.

The Sociological Cinema (via trimichaelceratops)

truest thing i’ve ever read 

(via sleepymiss)

It’s very new. It’s unusual because I’m thinking, you know, sometimes someone will be like looking over and I’ll be like, ‘Hi’, and they’ll be like, ‘You were in ‘Les Mis’.’ And I’m like ‘Oh wow, that’s cool!’ It’s something to get used to, definitely but I’m just so happy that people have received the film so positively.