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So I got an idea

adayuda:

wereyoufullyawareofthisgaming:

duckscrymoo:

Let’s take this 

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and put it in 

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yes??? Nintendo, are you taking notes?

Real life. The concept you’re thinking of is going outside.

I am pretty sure the real world doesn’t look like Animal Crossing I think u need to go outside

perel:

you got it dude!!!

perel:

you got it dude!!!

(Source: ninetrackf)

busy-tobeinlove:

professionalcinnabon:

professionalcinnabon:

woke up to a blood stain on my bedsheets wtf



this is literally the best post ever

busy-tobeinlove:

professionalcinnabon:

professionalcinnabon:

woke up to a blood stain on my bedsheets wtf

this is literally the best post ever

assgod:

the library is officially closed

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(Source: policymic)

godbless-st-cyr:

This website is made up of killers

A compilation of my favourite ‘we’re all killers’ posts.

hotrufftrade:

sonofbaldwin:

#Facts

Think about this shit.

hotrufftrade:

sonofbaldwin:

#Facts

Think about this shit.

simonsayspegg:

soyrwoo:

breefolk:

mama-connor:

Wow Google, thank you for the stunning support! The effort you put into representing this cause is fantastic! Like, wow, this doesn’t even compare to what you did for the DW 50th!

Word.

The Google Doodle usually depicts holidays, fun anniversaries, and exciting events.  More serious causes, like remembering 9/11, anti-abuse, and cancer awareness, are represented in a solemn manner with a ribbon at the bottom of the page.  The ribbon is a more respectful way for Google to show support than plastering it on every page in the form of a novelty “doodle,” especially when it may be triggering to some Google users.

THANK YOU

simonsayspegg:

soyrwoo:

breefolk:

mama-connor:

Wow Google, thank you for the stunning support! The effort you put into representing this cause is fantastic! Like, wow, this doesn’t even compare to what you did for the DW 50th!

Word.

The Google Doodle usually depicts holidays, fun anniversaries, and exciting events.  More serious causes, like remembering 9/11, anti-abuse, and cancer awareness, are represented in a solemn manner with a ribbon at the bottom of the page.  The ribbon is a more respectful way for Google to show support than plastering it on every page in the form of a novelty “doodle,” especially when it may be triggering to some Google users.

THANK YOU

(Source: queerbot22)