“Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.”― Mahatma Gandhi
Hi! I am Sports Lover,popularly known as the man of many questions.I am 14 years old and hail from Manchester,England .I've been on B/R for quite some time,seen it all,done it all.........I am of many sports and follow football,pro wrestling,football(not soccer) and MMA closely........Also follow other sports like golf,tennis,baseball and NASCAR.
I am huge rock metal fan and my favorite bands are:Metallica,Iron Maiden,Avenged Sevenfold,Black Sabbath,Megadeth,Judas Priest,Pantera,Slipknot,System of a Down,Slayer,12 Stones, Evan's ,ACDC ,Bullet For My Valentine, Breaking Benjamin, Three Days Grace etc.
I'm in team HEEL with following members:
WE ARE HEELS
Team Heel: “Either you’re with us, or against us
I am also a member of the BURIAL SQUAD along with:
Stephen the Housekeeper
Cody Crain the Future of Wreslting
And..The man formerly known as Triphe H
BE CAREFUL!WE ARE COMING FOR YOU!
Guys to contact during any problem related to your account
My favorite movies:
3.Gone with the wind
4 Shawshank redemption
7.The Good,The Bad and The Ugly
8.The Godfather 2
9.Hangover 1/ Titanic
10.Dark Knight Rises and Dark Night(I love Batman!
Last Emperor ft. too poetic/Esthero http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GA-lfy5uOm0
Joe Budden- In the air http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yC8Fc0tIYBw
Anathema-one last goodbye http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WvcKorU2aGk&feature=related
Pearl Jam-Black http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2A9jPmHecRg
Pantera- hollow http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GFiE9KTG2wY
Alice in chains-down in the hole http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FL0cK4gaEuM
Ghostface killas http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lyuAyauK0wE
Testament- down for life http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fV0SL6ZiUv8
Eric Clapton-Tears in heaven http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VRsJlAJvOSM
Gary Jules-mad world http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4N3N1MlvVc4
Favorite writer is Dan Brown.For me,Brown has become synonymous with thrill!I have read all his thrillers("book" is an understatement :D)and each one just pierces our brain and compels us to appreciate,admire and love the magic of nature and science.He has taken science fiction to a great level of perfection,describing every technology in a highly intricate manner.In a nutshell Dan is a prodigy I bet you can't just read one of his books and be down with it .You want more.Dan actually "grips you like a vice"
The sky was dark
The moon was high
Just her and I
Her hair so soft
Her eyes so blue
I knew just what
She wanted to do
Her skin so soft
Her legs so fine
I ran my fingers
Down her spine
I didn't know how
But I tried my best
To place my hand
On her breasts
I remember my fear
My fast beating heart
But slowly she spread
Her legs apart
And when she did it
I felt no shame
All at once
The white stuff came
At last it's finished
It's all over now
My first time
Milking a cow!
My friends and I want to retire some overused words,honor some time-tested ones and welcome a new set.
LIKE:-What was meant to signify a comparison between 2 things-"it looked like an original copy'-or to show someone's preference -"I really like his work"-started to be used as a noun,preposition,punctuation and adjective,verb,adverb,article and everything else.The lack of strong vocabulary has driven people to use "like" to signify everything that has ever existed on the face of this planet.
Example? " So like, I was like ' What do you like mean?' and he was like ' don't say it like that, like it is like a crime or something!"
AWESOME: A word used to describe something extremely impressive lost all its glory when it was used to describe your lunch, your dinner, your dog and even your poop. It has been used and reused and then used some more, so much so that its brothers and sisters ( read: synonyms) like ' beautiful', ' magnificent', ' stunning' etc, feel left out. Added to that are the spelling distortions.
Example:" Oh! This is so AWEZZZUMM!!" ( Often seen in the comments section of a picture on Facebook) AWESOME Meant to identify an infant, human or otherwise, it no longer does its job. It could now be used to signify your girlfriend, your best friend, your boyfriend and pretty much everyone you remotely have any positive feelings for. Then come the spelling permutations and combinations.
Example? " Oh! This is so AWEZZZUMM!!" ( Often seen in the comments section of a picture on Facebook) AWESOME Meant to identify an infant, human or otherwise, it no longer does its job. It could now be used to signify your girlfriend, your best friend, your boyfriend and pretty much everyone you remotely have any positive feelings for. Then come the spelling permutations and combinations.
Baby:Commonly used to address fellow human beings, we find this word has served its sentence and should be allowed to rest in peace.
Example? Hey Bby, Babezzzz, Beybeh, baybie, bebe, Babes and the list goes on.
Cool:A word used to denote a relatively low temperature can now be used to substitute a mere yes or even something that can send temperatures soaring. A very well- planned party can be cool, so can a magnificent photograph of a landscape. And if only it had stopped at that! The spellings are not only disastrous but scarring as well.
Example? A: " Meet me at 5 today?" B: " Cool." or " Kewl party boss" or " This is soooo Kool" ( Referring to the new app installed in someone's phone maybe).
AWW Anything remotely cute or pretty is ' Aww'- worthy nowadays. Just a form of expression, the over- usage of which is slowly driving people to brain- death. Have a pretty baby or a puppy in your profile picture? Be ready to be drowned in the ' Awwwwwwwwwws'. Two ' w' s it is still acceptable but when the aww lasts for more than a five- second time frame, that numbness sets it. Said in a particular tone, aww can be fatal.
Example? Boyfriend: You are the best thing that happened to me.
Girlfriend: Really? You too.
Third party: Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww.
WHATEVER:Used to emphasise a lack of restriction in referring to any thing or amount, no matter what — " do whatever you like" — is what the dictionary says is the meaning of the word but now it implies indifference. Sheer, cold, indifference and we want it gone! Example? " Don't like something?" " Eh, whatever" or " I am really sorry." " Whatever" or " What do you think of my new watch?" " Whatevs" ( Yes, that too!) WHATEVER Firstly,
STUFF:Firstly, this is an uncountable noun. So it does not, we repeat, does NOT have a plural form. Saying " Stuffs" will end with your date walking out on you if her grasp of grammar is not at the same level as yours ( yes that was snide!). Secondly, stuff means tangible material that goes into the making of an object and NOT every random thing you forgot the name of ! Example? " What kind of stuff do you read and listen to?" (Clearly, for you, the answer to it is Sydney Sheldon and Eminem)
YOU KNOW:Common sense says this phrase would imply something someone already has knowledge of but, surprise, surprise! Modern usage ironically means exactly the opposite. Used frequently to substitute words one has forgotten, " You know" in common parlance is nothing but annoying. I mean if YOU really knew then you wouldn't be telling me that in the first place, right? Example? A: " Where exactly is this new place?" B: " Hey, that place you know? By that, you know, Metro station." ( Yes! THAT helped.)
THINGY:Adding a y at the end of the word is not, well, cool. It refers to any object and how about we let it remain one? Example: " I wore that thingy you gave me, yesterday." THINGY "
PEACE: The state prevailing during the absence of war" is taken a little too literally by the youth of today. Every conversation can now be ended with " peace" sometimes coupled with a ' V' sign. Not only is it pointless but also becomes unbearable when people end up saying " piss" instead of peace.
Example? " Okay then, bye." " Piss ( Peace) out man." ( That wouldn't really be a pretty sight, would it?)
ONES THAT STAYED:
LYADH:It is usually used to signify laziness and can be used as a noun, adjective, verb and adverb and is one of the most popular words across campuses.Example? " Let's bunk class today. I am very lyadh
DUDE: It actually means a male individual but is used as an accompaniment to a sentence or to refer to someone completely calm and chilled out.
Example? " Dude, are you out of your mind?" or " He is the only professor who who does not give us a lot of trouble for bunking classes. A total doode."
DUH: It is a less time consuming way of saying " Isn't it obvious?"The word ' like' often precedes ' duh'. Example? A: " Forgetting our anniversary didn't go down well with my girlfriend." B: " Like, Duh!"
* MORE TO COME *
BIO UNDER CONSTRUCTION
My theme song:
M<Y ACCOUNT IS NOT WORKING. GOTTO CALL JEFF!
I am now available as Arnav
Just saw your message, sorry! Yep, Brit.
Do you even remember me?? Where are ya??
Where have u been bro?
What happened to you?
I'm back ;)
Just uploaded my new video. Check it out
Hello Sports Lover
I'm making a comeback and will take my rightful place as the Arsenal fan who knows what he is talking about. Too many bandwagon writers who weren't listening to what I was saying.
Do you think the wc 2014 is going to be the best?