uma menina de adormecida em uma bolha rosa.
(português não é a minha primeira língua, por favor me perdoe)
- Hazel: Maybe a hand job would be a good compromise
- Royal: AHHAHAH
- Hazel: You could be doing something with your other hand and be like 'oh I wasn't even paying attention so it doesn't count'
- Royal: LMAOOOO
- Hazel: Like how you pet a cat sometimes
- Royal: sahdjadkgwiurhadksd
- Royal: is it sad that the only thing i can think of doing while giving a handjob is driving
- Royal: (which i have never done)
- Hazel: You could be watching tv
- Hazel: and eating cheese doodles
- Royal: oh my lort
- Hazel: reality tv
- Hazel: and you could turn to him and be like "can you believe that bitch?!?"
- Royal: hahaha
- Royal: oh my globbbb
- Hazel: and he's like :O
- Royal: XO
- Hazel: and you're like "YEAH I KNOW RIGHT"
- Royal: XD i can't with you
I FOUND A TUTORIAL ON HOW TO MAKE DILDO POPSICLES IM LEGITIMATELy DYING OF LAUGHTER RN
When patients were committed to the Willard Asylum for the Insane in Upstate New York, they arrived with a suitcase packed with all of the possessions they thought they needed for their time inside.
Most never left. The mental hospital had an average stay of nearly 30 years. When patients died, they were buried in nameless graves across the street of the asylum. Their suitcases, with all their worldly possessions, were locked in an attic and forgotten.
In 1995, an employee of the mental hospital discovered the suitcases, 400 of them. They date from 1910 to 1960.
Now, photographer Jon Crispin is cataloging each suitcase and opening a window into the lives - and the minds - of the people deemed too unwell to be allowed in society.Go here for more information and to sign up for notification on further development of the projecthttp://www.willardsuitcases.com/ If you wish to donate to the project go here: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/265363123/willard-asylum-suitcase-documentation/posts
I would also like to add “ok, hope y’all are ready for this crazy disease I’ve been brewing in my GOD LABORATORY that is going to be way harder to cure!” Also wondering how much these people cared about a cure for AIDS fifteen years ago when everybody thought it only affected black people & gay men but…i’mma step off my soapbox…
The all wise, all powerful “God” as seen by rednecks…
I’d like to correct this:
“God, send us someone to cure AIDS, cancer, etc., etc.”
“I did, but you gave them a substandard education because they lived in an area with poor funding due to low property taxes. I did, but you let them die because they couldn’t afford healthcare. I did, but due to racism you stomped out their potential and didn’t give them the same opportunities. I did, but you make a college education too unaffordable while giving the big bankers passes. I did, but you saw a homeless youth before you saw a kid with potential. I did, but you kicked the downtrodden while they were already shoulder deep in sinking sand.”