Monday, March 29, 2010

Bread Without Peanut Butter Is Incomplete

Every played badminton without a shuttlecock or played golf without the ball? If your answer is yes, please record it and show me what you use. My point is both the badminton racquet and the shuttlecock complement each other. For football it is the same. Scoring without a goal without performing a celebration would be incomplete. It's like after munching down your burger you need to have a sip of Coca-cola. I was browsing through this site and found some funny goal celebrations.

Feel free to check it out.

The best goal celebration I enjoy most is when those players use "cocky" as their theme of celebrating. It is hard to explain what that means but I can show you how it looks like. Here are my top 2 "cocky" goal celebrations ever.

Number 2 on my list has to be Van the man (Van Nistelrooy). He missed a penalty, the opponent laughs at him. Few minutes later Van Nistelrooy scores and "celebrates" in front of the person that laughed at him moments ago resulting in a yellow card.

Top 1 on my list and the whole wide world comes from Cristiano Ronaldo.

Last minute of the game against his previous club Sporting Lisbon in the Champions League game. He steps up to take a free kick. BEAUTIFUL goal scored. Next, his CLASSIC face, words can't describe his face. You have to take a look for yourself.

Besides that, there are weird things your teammates might do when you celebrate a goal. This guy went and (I cant seem to find the right word so I shall just use the word) bite the person's DOWN THERE ... I think bite is a bit of a strong word to use..Maybe nibble...Or he was just hungry. Watch It To BELIEVE IT.

If you think you can do a better celebration than that, feel free to show the whole world through youtube.

Monday, March 22, 2010

Mask Rider Wannabe

Vroom Vroom is the sound that comes out from his mouth followed by hand movements as though he is really sitting on one. He gets all hyped out when "motor bikes' are the subject of the conversation. Even though at the end of the day "It is easier said than done" he is taking up the challenge and putting his words into action by learning how to actually ride a bike instead of just talking and imagining.

Do you know who the real mask rider actually is?

I also couldn't believe it was him

Ini dia Mask Rider Tai "behind the scenes" and "in the making"

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

CNY Believe It Or Not

I just realized I did not eat any mandarin oranges during+after CNY. How about you?