A man only needs to be: 1. a friend 2. a companion 3. a lover 4. a brother 5. a father 6. a master 7. a chef 8. an electrician 9. a carpenter 10. a plumber 11. a mechanic 12. a decorator 13. a stylist 14. a sexologist 15. a gynecologist 16. a psychologist 17. a pest exterminator 18. a psychiatrist 19. a healer 20. a good listener 21. an organizer 22. a good father 23. very clean 24. sympathetic 25. athletic 26. warm 27. attentive 28. gallant 29. intelligent 30. funny 31. creative 32. tender 33. strong 34. understanding 35. tolerant 36. prudent 37. ambitious 38. capable 39. courageous 40. determined 41. true 42. dependable 43. passionate 44. compassionate
WITHOUT FORGETTING TO: 45. give her compliments regularly 46. love shopping 47. be honest 48. be very rich 49. not stress her out 50. not look at other girls
AND AT THE SAME TIME, YOU MUST ALSO: 51. give her lots of attention, but expect little yourself 52. give her lots of time, especially time for herself 53. give her lots of space, never worrying about where she goes
IT IS VERY IMPORTANT: 54. Never to forget: * birthdays * anniversaries * arrangements she makes
It’s not a matter of greed. It’s a matter of pride and love for the game. We’ll have to agree to disagree. I’m not surprised he cried, and I’m not surprised that others in similar situations didn’t cry either. However, I feel he reserves the right to do what he wants with his tear ducts.
I see what you mean, Daniella. However, there are hundreds of players who have built legacies for both themselves and for their schools/communities: Ken Dorsey and Willis McGahee being a couple of my favorites from the __. Dorsey and McGahee won the championship with us in 2001. Like Tebow, they wanted to go all the way in 2002 and repeat. However, we were robbed of our national championship AT THE ACTUAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME by a lesser Ohio State team. Dorsey and McGahee fought and died for the orange and the green. For them, football wasn’t a game; it was all they had, just like Tebow. Even though we lost and were robbed, McGahee and Dorsey didn’t cry. They bowed their heads and walked right into the locker room after the game. Actually, McGahee was taken away in a stretcher, but I think you get my point. McGahee and Dorsey had already cemented their legacy at Miami, and I think they knew that. Both moved on to the NFL, as Tebow probably will.
Tebow cried as if this was the end of his football career. However, he is still playing one more game for the Gators at the Sugar Bowl. If he wants to cry tears of joy for his organization, he should do it then. But to cry out of sadness for not getting to ANOTHER championship? Sorry, but you have to be a better leader than that. This guy is already recognized as the best to ever play at the collegiate level. What more could he want?
You know what Bry? I’m not a Florida fan, but I respect Tebow immensely. And for you to say he has to man up because he cried is bullshit. Think about the legacy he has built for himself and for his team. He has put his life into this game. Football is a perfectly reasonably reason to cry. He had all the right in the world. It’s not just a game. He put his heart into it. He had all the right in the world to shed a few tears.
You have broken cup holders in rage when another team scores against the _ so I don’t think you should be talking about overreacting in football. Tim Tebow would have been a wuss if he didn’t cry about the sport he put his entire life into. He had every right.
Alright, so we all saw Florida lose. Did I think Florida was going to win? Yes. Did I want Florida to win? Hell no. I was pretty surprised by the way this game turned out. I really thought Tebow could single-handedly lift this team past Alabama, but he came out flat. He was pretty much non-factor for the full 60 min. I was very impressed by Mark Ingrahm and the Alabama defence overall. However, I definately have to give mad props to McElroy. He came out today and played like a Heisman. Throughout the year, McElroy was bashed for being the weak spot in this Bama team. I loved how he came out and put out an extremely solid performance. He looked a lot like McCoy.
As for Tebow, I still think he is one of the best players to have ever played at the collegiate level. I have always respected Tebow for his ability to play the game and for the type of person he is off the field. However, was the crying necessary? Really, man? REALLY? C’mon now…After all that you have seen in the world: poverty, hunger, disease. Are you really going to cry over ONE loss to an extremely impressive Alabama team? Really, now? Tebow, you have seen people suffer around the world in your missionary journies. I think it’s pretty selfish of you to cry because your team lost its chance at a national championship, of which you already won two (as a player). As my dad said, “Man up”.
Ok that might be a bit too much (consider back-less dresses)
and idk… I dont like tribals.
Yeah this is not me at all haha! I don’t like tribals either… I would probably get something small behind my neck or around the rib area. and it would be like… a skeleton or words or something I know I’ll always like.
p.s. I’m not getting this anytime soon. I’m thinking in like the next two years lol. I need to be 100% sure. but def something and something small.
pshh, you said outrageously big : P hehe idk, I don’t mind tribals, if done right, but I’m also a fan of words and even phrases. I’ve been considering one myself, but the ink I use (ultraviolet or black) would determine whether I’d get a symbol (prob tribal or sanskrit) or a phrase/excerpt (respectively).
Have you thought of whole phrases or excerpts or quotes? they can be small, and can be done right under the rib cage…