enjoy the slow loris
holy fuck! so how did the penguins taste?????
this is the cutest video in the entire world. this seal is just so afraid for this dumb weird baby she thinks she’s found out in the ocean. have a bird. have another bird. no, see, eat the bird! the bird is food! why won’t this stupid baby eat. open your mouth you idiot baby i will feed you bird if it’s the last thing i do
Being friends with me consists of me sending you bad jokes at 2:47 in the morning
listen up you motherfucker
I lost the cap to a soda bottle
Then you’re fucking stupid. If you can’t drink a soda without a cap, then you’re fucking stupid.
LISTEN HERE YOU LITTLE SHIT. I COULDN’T FIND THE CAP TO AN ALMOST FULL 2 LITER BOTTLE OF DIET COKE. I WASN’T ABOUT TO DRINK THE WHOLE GOD DAMN THING ON THE SPOT. I DONT EVEN LIKE DIET COKE THAT MUCH. IF I PUT IT IN THE FRIDGE IN THE BOTTLE IT WOULD HAVE GONE FLAT SO DONT FUCKING CALL ME STUPID I AM THE FUTURE
the first caterpillar to turn into a butterfly must of been like YOOOOOOOOO
"Do not fear for Eddy!" the doomed man called out as he boarded a steamship out of Brooklyn.
These, among Edgar Allan Poe’s last words to his family, were spoken to his aunt Maria in June 1849; in October he was found dying in the street in Baltimore, incoherent and dressed in another man’s clothing. The irony of his departing words, and the mysterious circumstances of death, all seem rather fitting for the father of the detective story.
Yet for a biographer, what’s striking in that line is that last word—Eddy. To the world, he is the iconic Edgar Allan Poe, author of “The Raven,” “The Tell-Tale Heart,” and dozens of other vital classics of American Gothicism. But to his aunt, his neighbors, his colleagues, he was indeed Eddy — a hardworking writer and careful craftsmen, bedeviled by drinking and literary quarreling, but as ready to earn his living by penning puzzle columns and editorials on "Try a Mineralized Pavement" as by “The Fall of the House of Usher.” And it’s perhaps in those curious moments and foibles of ordinary life that the lesser-known glimpses of “Eddy” emerge:
1. Poe employed an impressive array of assumed names. His first, quite unwillingly, was his college nickname: “Gaffy.” Other false names were out of necessity, as when hiding from creditors (Henri Le Rennet) or to enlist in the army (Edgar A. Perry). He also indulged in them to write a campaign song (as Thaddeus Perley), to pack a magazine with his own work (Littleton Barry), and to stalk a potential fiancée (Edward S.T. Grey).
WHY WASNT THIS NATIONAL NEWS?!
I think we know why.
If you follow the source and watch the interview she did, he had apparently already shot at the police and shot off a round in the office with her, but when he went to go out to where the kids were she called him back and tried to get him to stay inside with her instead.
He literally loaded the gun in front of her and told her that he was gonna kill himself and take them all with him, and she still stayed as calm as she was somehow.
he looks like real life sid from toy story
the dog days are over, the cat days are beginning