The career counsellor at school gave me tobacco.

submit and you can keep your genitals ;)

I really fucking love simon Monroe(EMMET SCANLAN) and Kieren walker (LUKE NEWBERRY) and Amy Dyer(). A genuine rotter. Married with 3 kids. Haha jjk.single. I'd rather be having a threesome and be in a polyamourus relationship with fictional characters than do anything. The names Kathleen. I'm Canadian. From B.C. Wooohoooo. Also I really like sleeping in long deep tubs and muphy beds. That's all I'm looking for in life. Also a

Degree but whateva ;)

No connections with the blog (theoppositeofnormal), I don't know what the fuck that's about... I'm a liar we grew up together :P

Take me to a record shop. Jahahasnss I'm going to fuck off now. PEACE!!!!!!!!!!!!!

alltheladiesyouhate:

calling relationships that include bisexual women “straight relationships” or “lesbian relationships” promotes the biphobic idea that bisexual people are half-gay-half-straight, or that their sexuality is conditional upon whom they are in a relationship with

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nostalgiaultra:

There’s only one good animu and that’s Samurai Champloo

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cofeecigarettes:

cj-twig:

i want kids but i dont wanna be pregnant or give birth but i dont wanna adopt either because i want them to be mine do you see my problem

basically you want to be a father

this is the most accurate thing i ever read

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8 hours ago
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Anonymous said: your fav childhood memory?

ageekyfemmeforeveringlasses:

Not paying bills

10 hours ago
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I’m totally going to pride parade in Vancouver tomorrow!!! ^_^ oh man

10 hours ago
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.Barry 'The Baron' Mills bought a bank while incarcerated in federal prison.

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Barry Byron “The Baron” Mills is a leader of the Aryan Brotherhood (AB) prison gang. In March 2006, Mills, along with three other leaders of the Aryan Brotherhood, were indicted for numerous crimes,
including murder, conspiracy, drug trafficking, and racketeering. Barry Mills was convicted…

11 hours ago
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gotitforcheap:

me: man you remember that time in highschool wh-

friend: yes

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me: man I didn’t even say what the story wa-

friend: I remember 

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enerjax:

"Sometimes it’s the people who no one imagines anything of.. who do the things that no one can imagine”

enerjax:

"Sometimes it’s the people who no one imagines anything of.. who do the things that no one can imagine”

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kahomo:

when ur absent from school and you ask the teacher to explain something and they just say ‘well you should have been here’

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reallymang:

you gotta tell me I look pretty while your dick is in my mouth

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5 hours ago
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cosbyykidd:

I’m starving but I dont feel like cooking and I aint bout that frozen tv dinner life

I guess this is how I will die…

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thedeathmerchant:

Sisters Delfina and Maria were the owners of Rancho El Angel, a brothel in Guanajuato, Mexico in the 1950’s and ‘60’s. the sisters had a successful business, but they also had a problem on their hands: the prostitutes who got too old to work expected continued financial support. The sisters came up with a solution—killing their low achieving sex workers. They also killed any customer who appeared to have a big wad of cash with him. When investigators questioned the sisters and examined the property, they found the bodies of 11 men and 80 women.

thedeathmerchant:

Sisters Delfina and Maria were the owners of Rancho El Angel, a brothel in Guanajuato, Mexico in the 1950’s and ‘60’s. the sisters had a successful business, but they also had a problem on their hands: the prostitutes who got too old to work expected continued financial support. The sisters came up with a solution—killing their low achieving sex workers. They also killed any customer who appeared to have a big wad of cash with him. When investigators questioned the sisters and examined the property, they found the bodies of 11 men and 80 women.

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oddtruecrimefacts:

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre was influenced by Elmer Wayne Henley
Not only was Elmer Wayne Henley an inspiration for the Texas Chainsaw Massacre, but they also lost a day of filming when bodies from the Houston Mass Murders were discovered in the boat shed in Houston.  Gunnar Hanson, best known for his role as Leatherface in the movie Texas Chainsaw Massacre, heard about the Houston Mass Murders on the radio.  He then got the cast and crew together and they all listened to the story unfold and lost a days worth of filming. 
One of the co-writers of the Film, Texas Chainsaw Massacre had this to say:
I definitely studied Gein … but I also noticed a murder case in Houston at the time, a serial murderer you probably remember named Elmer Wayne Henley. He was a young man who recruited victims for an older homosexual man. I saw some news report where Elmer Wayne … said, “I did these crimes, and I’m gonna stand up and take it like a man.” Well, that struck me as interesting, that he had this conventional morality at that point. He wanted it known that, now that he was caught, he would do the right thing. So this kind of moral schizophrenia is something I tried to build into the characters.

oddtruecrimefacts:

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre was influenced by Elmer Wayne Henley

Not only was Elmer Wayne Henley an inspiration for the Texas Chainsaw Massacre, but they also lost a day of filming when bodies from the Houston Mass Murders were discovered in the boat shed in Houston.  Gunnar Hanson, best known for his role as Leatherface in the movie Texas Chainsaw Massacre, heard about the Houston Mass Murders on the radio.  He then got the cast and crew together and they all listened to the story unfold and lost a days worth of filming. 

One of the co-writers of the Film, Texas Chainsaw Massacre had this to say:

I definitely studied Gein … but I also noticed a murder case in Houston at the time, a serial murderer you probably remember named Elmer Wayne Henley. He was a young man who recruited victims for an older homosexual man. I saw some news report where Elmer Wayne … said, “I did these crimes, and I’m gonna stand up and take it like a man.” Well, that struck me as interesting, that he had this conventional morality at that point. He wanted it known that, now that he was caught, he would do the right thing. So this kind of moral schizophrenia is something I tried to build into the characters.

10 hours ago
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