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drbriankiczek:

Learn More about your powerful Guardian Angel: Our Guardian, Brother and Friendhttp://www.thefourmen.info/2/post/2011/12/the-seventeenth-day-of-the-four-men-boot-camp.html

drbriankiczek:

Learn More about your powerful Guardian Angel: 
Our Guardian, Brother and Friend
http://www.thefourmen.info/2/post/2011/12/the-seventeenth-day-of-the-four-men-boot-camp.html

fernacular:

lumeina:

nightmareloki:

gokuma:

robofillet:

yes im a boy

yes i knit things

This guy should be some crazy DC villain…

OH MY GOD YES PLEASE.

oh god someone do this

FERNACULAR

GET ON IT

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I think I’ll call him… THE KNITTER!


He robs banks with the help of his little quilted monsters

can anyone put an end to his reign of warm and cozy terror!?

My daughter has not seen her biological dad since she was four. She’s 11 now. When she was two he contacted me and asked if I would allow him to terminate his parental rights so he could stop paying child support and I agreed.. I wanted to spare her the heartache of a revolving door father and the sacrifice of the financial support was well worth him never being able to disappoint her again. I never lied to her about where he went or who her dad was.. I have always answered her questions in the most age appropriate way possible. When she was four he contacted me and told me he has been diagnosed with cancer and would like to see her. I set aside a day and we met in the park. He had asked for two hours. He stayed 20 minutes and we never heard from him again.. Over the summer we ran into somebody that knows him and they commented on how she looks like his other children. They elaborated that he has settled down and has a family now. My stomach tied itself in knots thinking of how hurtful that must be to my daughter.. I cut the conversation short and we got in the car to leave and that’s when I saw her smiling. She said “mom.. He figured out how to be a dad. That’s such a nice thing. I’m happy for his kids.” And that’s the day an 11 year old taught me all I need to know about forgiveness

A comment on this Humans of New York post (via aboutme-g)

Why does this have so little notes?

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Duane, what does "Aum yut shenut" translate as?

unsoundedask:

'Tis a courteous greeting to a superior. “Salutations,” perhaps.

"That tittybird said it in me dream!"

Well. It was a polite tittybird, at the very least.

Hey, Sette, what hair colour did the Aldish you'd see back in New Tawhoque have?
Anonymous

unsoundedask:

"Brown, I guess. What’re them called, Dwayne?"

Semon. Bronze. They do seem to make up the majority of the displaced. It is no surprise. They are the most populous caste in Alderode as well, and often are pushed towards the sea.

"Like, t’drown ‘em?"

As sailors, my dear. I was acquainted with a pleasant renghul lad employed at the drydocks as well. He married a lovely local lass last spring and wished a Ssaelit priest officiate a private ceremony. Of course I refused. A carcass in a cassock flouting Ssael’s law? I would have cursed that union, no matter how pure my intentions.

"Zombieface, you’re the most depressin’ creature in existence."

if you ever watch a movie I recommend watch bringing up baby or his girl friday

you will probably find them sexist. they were made in 1938 and 1940. so probably they are

(grabs person’s face in my hands) you have a really cool url

it told me I should live in woodstock omfg

EXCUSE YOU I AM NO HIPPIE

there’s one of those online quizzes for “what hudson valley town are you” and in this one picture of NYS the AREA I LIVE IN IS JUST LABELED “DIRTY DANCING”

6 year old fan asks Sebastian a question.

thatsnotwatyourmomsaid:

easily my favorite picture in the world

thatsnotwatyourmomsaid:

easily my favorite picture in the world

anime trope episodes: the beach episode, the festival episode, the episode where someone doesn't know how to cook
western cartoon trope episodes: the episode where someone has several copies of themselves made, the episode where inanimate objects come to life, the episode that is a homage to a movie from the 1950s, the episode where someone is shrunk down to microscopic levels and placed inside the body of another person
tomewing:

We are not the brightest of nations.

tomewing:

We are not the brightest of nations.