Ten Plus Reasons to Date a Football Player

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Here you will discover the more than top 10 reasons why you should date a football player.

There are so many reasons to date a football player or anyone you really love. Dating could be fun if your crush belongs to your favorite sports and soccer is the world most favorite game, so there comes a big list of reasons to start dating with a footballer in your community. But there is nothing I hate more than little girls who think they're grown and get ready for dating. Most of the underage girls try to date with men of their favorite shows or sports, for example there are millions of underage girls who are ready to date with a Hollywood celebrity or soccer player. When your statuses have words with more than one of the letters and it's not necessary, when you make duck lips and dress like a wench and when you are getting drunk and you're not even out of high school. You’re not cute. You're dumb. Go to school. Get into college. Figure out a career. Then party. Yeah you got a ton of likes on your Instagram and Facebook but you're a derelict who's illiterate.

10 Plus Reasons To Date A Soccer Player!

 
Date a soccer player
  1. He always likes to hold the top position.
  2. He can do it anywhere, anytime.
  3. He is always super good in handling great ball skills.
  4. He gives the same excellent performance from start to end.
  5. He always hit the ball in correct box.
  6. He is expert in going hard for complete 90 minutes.
  7. His protective gear is always on.
  8. He will never disappoint you even if the ground is wet or sloppy.
  9. His lights are always on for night games.
  10. For him, sweating is not a problem at all.
  11. He knows how to run a passion in lover’s heart.
  12. In or out? He can’t promise about it.
  13. He could yell like Hercules when he likes what’s going on.
  14. He is always available in a standard big size.
  15. It’s thrilling but true, he can do it in 11 awesome positions.
  16. He is very tricky and takes the charge anytime.
  17. He could easily identify between millions.
  18. He knows how to keep warm in cold.
  19. He knows very well about how to straightly head the ball.
  20. The word tired isn’t available in his dictionary.
  21. He never give-up until someone win the score.
  22. He believes in his strength.
  23. He never stops when he scores but chase for more.
  24. He is always for all barriers coming in his way.
  25. He is very well familiar about how to celebrate a victory.
  26. If he ever gets hurt, he will be back in the show in less than 5 minutes.
  27. He always gets exciting by getting overtime.
  28. His only passion is scoring.
  29. He is enough brave and don’t afraid to get down or getting dirty.
  30. Yes he is popular in everyone’s heart.
To all you girls out there, please stop letting your mates go out on a night out looking like a total state. It probably makes you feel better about yourself, or maybe you haven't got the heart to tell them they look a show but for my own personal sanity I'd appreciate it if you could give them the once over whilst you're necking your Blossom Hill Rose before hitting whatever inbred town you choose to stagger around. It used to be the small things that triggered my gag reflex like the classic cottage cheese thighs or the poorly executed hair extensions but of late the list is growing, till the next update you can continue to date with a soccer player with the above mentioned reasons. 

How Facebook is leading to Depression

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Besides bullying, Facebook is also leading to depression and the latest statistics and survey shows it clearly that this Facebook thing is playing a vast role and a big cause of cyber bullying. I just realized, I don't get the modern Internet. When I started in this business, people who gave opinions tended to have at least a PhD in what they were talking about; now they just have stupid glasses, a keyboard and no concept of shame or of their own worthlessness.

As an analyst (I so rarely get to say that these days!) one of the most worrying things I saw at the beginning of the social media era was this whole negative peer-reinforcement malarkey that is still really common. People are so scared of being seen to be different that when somebody in their tribe posts something that is frankly moronic, you will generally see the rest of the group saying how great it is and actually encouraging the negative behavior. The same obviously happens for the trite behavior with a quite obvious deviation to the mediocre as a result. I am not saying that this didn't happen in the pre-social-media world, obviously it did - But these days that "Facebook Like" button is just too easy to press.

Facebook killing kids innocence!

For all I read about protecting kids online and things like that - I still never really see this issue addressed openly and it seems to me that with just a little subtle manipulation and culture-smearing you could make a lot of this go away. I don't know, obviously - And they stopped people like me doing control group experiments on people many years ago so I probably never will. Damn, there's another thesis unwritten.

Anxiety and the role of social media!

I find that the people who get listened tend to be the people who repeat crap they read a few weeks ago, that the person they are talking to also read or heard- It makes a comfortable and challenging meeting of minds and makes both people feel clever. If the person listening considers themselves to be an "expert" (god, now there's a homeopathic word these days!) then they are likely to think the person talking to them is also an expert - And so the bullshit spreads and gets more and more self-feeding.
When I first saw Twitter I thought it was doomed to failure. I was right about a few others, but I was wrong about that, big-time. Turned out that there was a lot of stuff I didn't understand about social stuff - perhaps I retain a shred of dignity in that maybe none of us understood it all. But nowadays I try not to be judgmental about other peoples' enthusiasms.

I'm afraid to say it, but it depends on how much research you want to and can do on any given person. Back in day the technical field was small so it was easy and outside of that we kind of trusted the mainstream experts to be actually experts. Now the technical fields are too large and in some cases too young to meet your criteria and the mainstream experts have proven not so reliable. So each "expert" needs to be individually assessed which gets trickier if they use a pseudonym. Meaning all you can do is read them for a bit, see what else they've written and how well they reference/back-up what they're saying Which of course breaks down if you don't know the field, or if they're arguing that the popular opinion is wrong, and as they say you can prove anything with facts. So in short - good luck with that.

I generally find that 5 minutes conversation with someone informs me as to whether they are an expert (at least in my own fields (I wouldn't presume to judge those who claim to be experts in fields about which I know nothing)). There are of course some baseline standards, but these generally only inform about ability to follow a logical argument and not have half a dozen incompatible ideas dancing around in their heads at the same time.