thomas what the fuck is your damage
being in a school building after hours is a very surreal and creepy thing like if you listen closely you can hear the ghosts of the dreams of children and teachers asking you why you didn’t go to the bathroom during the break
I DONT THINK IVE EVER LAUGHED THIS HARD IN MY LIFE
do white people even have responsibilities n shit like how the fuck do you have time to do this nonsense
THAT FUCKING COMMENT
My thoughts every time I see posts with white people doing crazy shit
APPARENTLY this is a thing, the rupee is a box for an engagement ring. Shut the front door.
Not sorry for all the Zelda spam.
It better make the noise when you open it
Omg are you serious?
How adorable ;-;!
bye friends gonna cry for 8 years see you when I’ve become the skin lady on doctor who
They’ll have to run an IV through my paper thin flesh so I can continue to cry
Well that clears that up then.
SWEET BABY SATAN
there are some of you on here that I barely even speak to but I have such good intentions for you guys like yeah man get far in life do your thing
this is so important
Oh my god
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