Dianna Agron attends VIP Lounge at the 2014 Global Citizen Festival to end extreme poverty by 2030 in Central Park on September 27, 2014 in New York City.

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amandieu:

Out of context Sims conversations…

amandieu:

Out of context Sims conversations…

norinchi:

September 30
1998 – Seventeen-year-old Roger Federer defeats Guillaume Raoux of France 6-2, 6-2 in the first round in Toulouse for his first ATP singles match victory. Rene Stauffer, in his book Roger Federer: Quest for Perfection, summarizes Federer’s achievement, “Yet, before the chase for the year-end No. 1 junior ranking reached its decisive phase, the unexpected happened. Federer achieved his first great breakthrough on the ATP Tour. With a ranking of No. 878, he traveled to Toulouse, France at the end of September and, to his own surprise, advanced through the qualifying rounds to progress into the main draw of the tournament. In only his second ATP tournament, the 17-year-old registered an upset victory over No. 45-ranked Guillaume Raoux of France—his first ATP match victory—allowing the Frenchman just four games. In the next round, Federer proved this win was not a fluke by defeating former Australian Davis Cup star Richard Fromberg 6-1, 7-6 (5). In the quarterfinals—his sixth match of the tournament including matches in the qualifying rounds—Federer lost to Jan Siemerink 7-6 (5), 6-2, with a throbbing thigh injury hampering him during the match. The Dutchman was ranked No. 20 and went on to win the tournament two days later, but Federer was also handsomely rewarded. He received a prize money check for $10,800 and passed 482 players in the world rankings in one tournament—moving to No. 396.”

Oh Roger, Look at you  now.

norinchi:

September 30

1998 – Seventeen-year-old Roger Federer defeats Guillaume Raoux of France 6-2, 6-2 in the first round in Toulouse for his first ATP singles match victory. Rene Stauffer, in his book Roger Federer: Quest for Perfection, summarizes Federer’s achievement, “Yet, before the chase for the year-end No. 1 junior ranking reached its decisive phase, the unexpected happened. Federer achieved his first great breakthrough on the ATP Tour. With a ranking of No. 878, he traveled to Toulouse, France at the end of September and, to his own surprise, advanced through the qualifying rounds to progress into the main draw of the tournament. In only his second ATP tournament, the 17-year-old registered an upset victory over No. 45-ranked Guillaume Raoux of France—his first ATP match victory—allowing the Frenchman just four games. In the next round, Federer proved this win was not a fluke by defeating former Australian Davis Cup star Richard Fromberg 6-1, 7-6 (5). In the quarterfinals—his sixth match of the tournament including matches in the qualifying rounds—Federer lost to Jan Siemerink 7-6 (5), 6-2, with a throbbing thigh injury hampering him during the match. The Dutchman was ranked No. 20 and went on to win the tournament two days later, but Federer was also handsomely rewarded. He received a prize money check for $10,800 and passed 482 players in the world rankings in one tournament—moving to No. 396.”

Oh Roger, Look at you  now.

xiumeme:

guys… if someone in your inbox says they are linking you to a Man Utd video… DO NOT CLICK THE LINK!!!!!! it’s not a virus or anything but Man Utd sucks dont click it. Reblog so others know.

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latenightseth:

Record an Instagram video with #AskFredLNSM and a question like this!

latenightseth:

Record an Instagram video with #AskFredLNSM and a question like this!

poopcop:

jonnovstheinternet:

He tried to give a flying fuck.

GO HARD

poopcop:

jonnovstheinternet:

He tried to give a flying fuck.

GO HARD

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hawkeyesmajesticdick:

rule #2463: never let anyone ever talk shit about your favorite player 

lokigaggedandfingerfucked:

haha lol

miss-wimbledon:

ALL HELL IS BREAK LOSE AT DOWNTON NEXT WEEK I AM SO EXCITED

interestingphotograph:

This trophy makes it look like Andy Murray is throwing Coke over his shoulder

interestingphotograph:

This trophy makes it look like Andy Murray is throwing Coke over his shoulder

afootballobserver:

Liverpool 1-1 Everton [BPL] 27/09/2014

Phil Jagielka 90’+2

afootballobserver:

Liverpool 1-1 Everton [BPL] 27/09/2014

Phil Jagielka 90’+2