3. Favorite rivalry: gotta be Habs/Bruins but a second would be Flyers/Rangers haha shit gets cray
19: Favorite coach: Claude or Q :)
29: Thoughts on punk bunnies: you try too hard and make us look bad.
Thanks, love <3
1. Favorite hockey team:
bruins duh this isn’t even a question next pls
9: Best bromance:
Toews/Kane everyone knows this
7: What jerseys do you own:
no jerseys but I have a Marchand shersey and a Hossa one
5. First NHL game:
never been to one :LLLLL
16: NHL crush:
4. Least favorite team:
wow I have so many but i hate the Habs the most
OTTAWA WHAT THE FUCK
(Source : everythingcanadian)
Welcome to tumblr
fandom, fandom, gay porn, fandom, fandom
can someone please put the yahoo logo over mark’s face?
in honor of him being relieved of his duties
[majestically tap dances away from your awful opinion]
VIOLENTLY CHEERS FOR WHOEVER IS PLAYING THE PENS
With the end of the semester fast approaching, I know I’m not the only one with rapidly rising anxiety levels. Probably the only benefit of dealing with anxiety for as long as I have is collecting a variety of coping methods. Nothing works all the time and sometimes nothing helps, but here’s a little list of what has, at one time or another, worked for me.*
1. Acknowledge what isn’t working
This sounds obvious but anxiety can be one of those brain things where what we feel compelled to do (eat ice cream, watch terrible television, complain to twitter) isn’t necessarily something that actually makes us feel better after we do it. This doesn’t mean you have to spend a lot of energy fighting yourself to break those habits. Just acknowledge when it isn’t helping so you can also do something that does help.
2. Deep breaths
A classic, this is good for that sudden panicky feeling. If you know yoga, do some sun salutations. If you don’t, stand up and take a deep breath in, raising your arms above your head. Let it out slowly, lowering your arms to your sides or bringing them together to your heart. Do this a few times. If you’re in the library or anywhere Down Dog is frowned upon, count in for 4, hold for 8, out for 8. Meditating is also a good way to calm your whole body down.
3. Wear your lucky underwear
Or your favorite earrings, or a particularly snazzy bow tie. Something that, when you remember you’re wearing it, will give you a little confidence booster throughout the day.
4. Write down everything you’ve accomplished today
Don’t just write down what you haven’t done yet, make sure you also recognize what you have done so you can feel good about taking those steps that get you where you need to go. Yes, getting out of bed and showering counts. So does the three hours you spent trying to figure out what your professor meant in problem 3 or trying to find that paper you need to cite.
5. Talk to someone that can help
I don’t necessarily mean a psychologist/psychiatrist (although that can be beneficial if anxiety is a recurring problem for you). I mean if you have two papers due the same day, email your professor. Explain the situation, tell her you’d really appreciate an extra day or two so you can focus on the assignment and hand in your best work. Worst case she says no. It really doesn’t hurt to ask.
Most importantly, take care of yourself! Eat a real meal, with protein and vegetables. Get some sleep. If you’re up at 2am and another hour won’t get any more math problems done, just go to bed and finish it tomorrow. Take things one day, one hour, or one minute at a time. You can do it ♥
*I am not a doctor or any kind of health professional. This is not intended as professional advice.
(Source : oceanblueforestgreen)
(Source : 2us-2ks-2points)
In NHL 36 when Patrice Bergeron can’t find his equipment and he asks Adam McQuaid where it is, and Adam looks genuinely concerned for a second.
That is my favorite.