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if u like homestuck get ur lazy ass here now
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Apr 20 '14

sh1re:

happy easter

Apr 20 '14

fuckyeahzarry:

When your product is 15$ and the shipping is 50$

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Apr 20 '14
kukyururu:

ode to the potato knishes

kukyururu:

ode to the potato knishes

Apr 20 '14
givemeinternet:

In honor of the two conflicting holidays

givemeinternet:

In honor of the two conflicting holidays

Apr 20 '14

(Source: ellliot)

Apr 20 '14

precumming:

*gets drivers license* 

old person: looks like im gonna have to stay off the roads!

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(Source: precumming)

Apr 20 '14
animedavidbowie:

nikariot:

flyingpurplepostalbear:

breadfishs:

The Bunny Man is an urban legend that probably originated from two incidents in Fairfax County, Virginia in 1970, but has been spread throughout the Washington D.C. area. There are many variations to the legend, but most involve a man wearing a rabbit costume (“bunny suit”) who attacks people with an axe. Many variations occur around Colchester Overpass, a Southern Railway overpass spanning Colchester Road near Clifton.[1]Colchester Overpass is commonly referred to as “Bunny Man Bridge”. Story variations include the origin of the Bunny Man, names, motives, weapons, victims, description of the bunny suit or lack there of, and the possible death of the Bunny Man. In some accounts the Bunny Man’s ghost or aging spectre is said to come out of his place of death each year on Halloween to commemorate his death. In some accounts, victims’ bodies are mutilated.

Ah yes. Wonderful local lore. 
=___=)

Bunny Man Bridge is actually located on what is now private property, so you actually have to break in in order to go there in the middle of the night.
I have a lot of friends who’ve gone.
#tbt

animedavidbowie:

nikariot:

flyingpurplepostalbear:

breadfishs:

The Bunny Man is an urban legend that probably originated from two incidents in Fairfax County, Virginia in 1970, but has been spread throughout the Washington D.C. area. There are many variations to the legend, but most involve a man wearing a rabbit costume (“bunny suit”) who attacks people with an axe. Many variations occur around Colchester Overpass, a Southern Railway overpass spanning Colchester Road near Clifton.[1]Colchester Overpass is commonly referred to as “Bunny Man Bridge”. Story variations include the origin of the Bunny Man, names, motives, weapons, victims, description of the bunny suit or lack there of, and the possible death of the Bunny Man. In some accounts the Bunny Man’s ghost or aging spectre is said to come out of his place of death each year on Halloween to commemorate his death. In some accounts, victims’ bodies are mutilated.

Ah yes. Wonderful local lore. 

=___=)

Bunny Man Bridge is actually located on what is now private property, so you actually have to break in in order to go there in the middle of the night.

I have a lot of friends who’ve gone.

#tbt
Apr 20 '14

(Source: rawrimamidget)

Apr 20 '14
Apr 20 '14

sleeplessfanatic:

losingthe-war:

Minimalistic look at Mental Disorders

This is perfect.