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“Did you see me do the hopscotch?”
Before we fight, a gift for you
Sign language interpreter at ACL Music Festival
Delivering a package
A spooky boi
Theory of Happiness - Albert Einstein
A gift for mom.
Waiting for her brother
A hero can be anyone, even a man doing something as simple and reassuring as putting a coat on a young boy's shoulders to let him know that he doesn't have to be cold.
I like how his teammates look at him like “now I look like an asshole for not giving up my jacket to the child who didn’t dress properly”
This is a reminder that not all Brazilian footballers are Neymars
I love how he rubs the kids arms before that to try and warm him up, reminds me of doing it to my younger siblings when they’d get cold
I want to be that kid
"Naww, now if I give a kid my jacket, it'll look like I'm coping him."
Man of the people
I've always wondered. What's the point of bringing those children on the pitch with them?
either for promotional stuff (they were shirts with brands on them) or mostly just to give local kids a nice experience. they’re usually picked from schools or football teams in the local area.
Because THAT is what men of faith do!
Because he did the sign of the cross?
Yes, apparently, only Christians would do these things