Everyone deserves hockey hugs

"Menstrual pads have been mentioned as early as the 10th century, in the Suda, where Hypatia, who lived in the 4th century AD, was said to have thrown one of her used menstrual rags at an admirer in an attempt to discourage him"

if you don’t think history is a truly inspiring subject you’re wrong (via fashiondisastercecil)

dating tips

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"They’re like an old couple. They always bicker at each other and stuff so it’s alright. It’s entertaining" ()

foodtrucker:

please don’t flirt with people i secretly like it’s rude and disrespectful



Carey Price looking hella fine on Day 1 of Training Camp


The Hockey Sweater (Le Chandail de Hockey in French) by Roch Carrier, is a book considered an iconic work of Canadian literature published in 1979 . The short book (originally published under the title Une abominable feuille d’érable sur la glace/An abominable maple leaf on the ice) tells the story of a young Carrier, a big fan of the Montreal Canadiens and their star player Maurice Richard and the day he was mistakenly sent a Toronto Maple Leafs sweater. A line from the book (We lived in three places - the school, the church and the skating rink - but our real life was on the skating rink) is featured on the Canadian $5 bill. A girl is also pictured playing hockey in a No. 9 sweater like the one in the story. When the Prince and Princess of Wales visited Toronto in 1991, this book was offered to them among a selection of children’s books for Prince William. It was turned into a short film in 1980.




jephahowards:

i wish i was as pretty as my icon


Yelling at people about Wilco is a thing I do now.

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thedashinghoodlum:

This was my favorite commercial as a kid