Keep all the images on page and see how many we can fit around the content. If it looks messy we might have to shuffle around. Ealturner , 9 July UTC. Sorry, I didn't think properly about this. Sounds a good idea. How do you set one up? I'm not sure that the animated GIF fits in as it detracts from the article you end up looking at that rather than the main purpose of the page. Also its quite large for those still on slower speed internet Anyone else have an opinion?
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DanZeke25 If you don't follow soccer, you probably don't know who he is. Well, I don't follow soccer, but I know who he is. And I bet they don't have these Gifs so blow me. I searched, and there was nothing. Not my fault the search sucks. Xavius Lol!
Updated July 20, In the World Cup final in Berlin on July 9, , with France and Italy locked at in extra time, the great Zinedine Zidane — playing in his last-ever match as a player — wandered past Azzurri defender Marco Materazzi. Amid the din of a tense Olympiastadion, thousands in Berlin and millions worldwide watched on as the Frenchman exchanged words with the Italian. Time seemed to freeze as Zidane held his opponent's gaze, locked, loaded, and unleashed an extraordinary headbutt straight into Materazzi's sternum.
And I was about to completely forget that! Then, yesterday, while at work not doing a whole lot of anything being the day before the American Fourth of July holiday and such , I got this intriguing notification from the Tumblr app on my phone, saying that somebody had used a GIF in their post that was originally in one of my posts. So why the hell was I posting soccer headbutt highlights in the first place? Well, back in my somewhat more frequent Tumblr-posting days, I had started watching the first episode of anime TV series Space Brothers —a fantastic show brief sidenote that always puts a big smile on my face yet have not seen nearly enough of and really need to continue—and the Zidane headbutt featured prominently in it. The show, however, was not done with the moment right then and there. By making me die with laughter. It started with senpai Mutta giving some parting advice to his kouhais. The context behind it was that Mutta, now an adult, had been working as a designer for an automobile manufacturer.