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List of things to do:
1- Buy coffee
2- Buy printer cable
3- Finish Kuroko
4- Find someone in real life to slap Zi's butt
5- Remove fading nail polishing
Well, numbers 1, 2, 3, and 5 on your list will definitely happen, but #4 will never happen.
If you do that saying burning, it will be epic.
We can almost meet too hardy - I can help you when you have a hard time in NY.
Maybe with zat and maje as well. They live in NJ.
My schedule is the main problem, my sister and cousins have already taken every single minute of every afternoon that I'll be there :/
Charlie doesn't watch football.
Frosty, what are your thoughts on Suarez finally admitting to his diving?
Well, Bob, I think that it was just about the stupidest thing he could've done. Even if everyone on the planet knows that you dive, but you don't admit it, it's not so bad, but when you admit that you're a diver, every ref will be looking at every single play more carefully and now you're not just believed to be a cheat, you are a cheat. It's just not a good situation for Suarez or Liverpool.
Suarez has so much talent, but he's marred his time with Liverpool with all of the diving. He's actually been better the last few weeks, as I haven't seen him diving lately, but it's still really awful.
I don't know if he dove like this at Ajax for sure, but I don't believe that he did. I mean, I'm sure he dove now and then, but I don't think it was a serial problem like it has been at Liverpool.
I think it's like you said before, now with this revelation, whether he dives again or not, every referee and even players challenging him for the ball will be trying to use that to their advantage, as he is a self-admitted diver. And the refs when in doubt, will most likely go against him for decisions. Shame.