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Originally posted by CeltAngel
Talked, laughed, and we have dinner plans in another couple weeks
Because Willy, we're the pure in heart. Never quite got around to being villains. An' the true villains of the world, they see our light and they come a runnin' to warm their hands at our fire.
Prepare yourself for the energy and awe of the haka.
The haka is a type of ancient Maori war dance traditionally used on the battlefield, as well as when groups came together in peace. Haka are a fierce display of a tribe’s pride, strength and unity. Actions include violent foot-stamping, tongue protrusions and rhythmic body slapping to accompany a loud chant. The words of a haka often poetically describe ancestors and events in the tribe’s history.
A football fan has stolen media attention in Italy after being the only supporter to show up to watch his club play an away game in the top league.
But Sampdoria stewards gave him coffee and home fans invited him for a drink after the match.
"I went into the stadium while they [Udinese] were warming up. I shouted and said 'hi' to the team.
"When I went in the local fans booed me, I felt a bit offended.
"But in the end they clapped and invited me for coffee and a meal, and the club managers gave me a shirt. They wished me a merry Christmas."
Genoa is about four hours' drive from Friuli, where Udinese are based.
But Mr Brovedani was in Genoa on business.
"I like the stadium there, it's very similar to English stadiums," he said. "I always take my flag and scarf around - they're always in the car with me."
Luckily for Mr Brovedani, Udinese won the match 2-0 and the team dedicated their victory to their only fan. He has been invited to attend its next home match on Saturday.
Watson the dog stands by while the boy does a quick assessment of the puddle situation. Could this be the cutest video ever?
Little Arthur takes a break from walking his dog to play in a puddle, taking a stroll through the woods with 12-year-old Shar Pei Watson. Arthur treks through it before deciding to head back and splash around some more.