20-something in love with Captain Wasabi, corgis, and giraffes. You can call me Pika!
1. Denial (4 minutes) - I WILL get the rest of this peanut butter out of the jar!!
2. Denial (another 4 minutes) - COMON TONGUE!!
3. Denial (2 minutes) - I CAN DO THIS!!!
4. Depression (2 seconds) - Why can’t I do this.
5. Acceptance (1 second) - Fine. New plan. Go get a spoon and get the rest out for me, hooman.
DYING FROM THE CUTE
Roger gave the ballgirl his shirt from the Roland Garros 2011 Final after he learned about this photo/moment! What a freaking sweetie I cannot even. STOP BEING WONDERFUL, DAMN IT! UGH I DID NOT KNOW IT WAS POSSIBLE TO LOVE YOU EVEN MORE THAN I DO NOW. T_T
Fedrinka Friendship (requested by happyendingfromthemovies)
OMG THE ONE ON THE BOTTOM RIGHT
Starts at 3:54
James Blake: The one I’ll always remember - when I broke my neck in Rome on a practice court, went to the hospital. Ended up there. My coach was with me and we were trying to get out of there. We left a couple of days later.
The tournament doctor came and visited to check in on me and he brought one note from one player and it was Roger Federer.
The rest of the American guys, when I got home, were calling and checking in on me and everything but the one note that I got in the hospital room saying 'I hope you get better. I'm really sorry to hear…' was Roger Federer. I’ll always remember the fact that he took the time when he was trying to win that tournament, to write me a note, to wish me well. I still remember that.
As soon as I came back on the Tour, I went and made sure to make a beeline for him and say thank you so much. It means a lot to me that you actually cared about your fellow players.
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Sookie is ready for Thanksgiving!
I love everything about this
Don’t lie to me — how many of you always giggle and wave back?
IN CASE ANY OF YOU HAVE EVER WONDERED WHAT SLEEPING GIRAFFES LOOK LIKE
Q. What is it especially about this sport and your love for it that wants you to keep coming back year after year?
ROGER FEDERER: I don’t know. What do you like about writing?
For me, it’s pretty simple: this is what I used to do as a little boy, you know. It’s something that always is there in your DNA. It’s almost like I started walking at the same time I started playing tennis in some ways, you know. It’s like one of those moments where you’re just happy out on the court, you’re happy improving, happy trying to change things, adjusting now.
Clearly today it’s different than when I was 12 years old, you know, trying to just I don’t want to say have fun, I was trying to make a breakthrough on some certain level back then as well. It’s just something I enjoy doing.
The thing is that when you stop, you’re still so young that why stop so early? Why just walk away from it because, I mean, I have many other things to do in my life than play tennis, but because I can still choose, I pick to play. As long as I have this choice, I’ll keep on playing.
As long as I have thischoice, I’ll keep on cheering for you, Roger Federer. Thank you for choosing tennis.