just honestly feel like Kanye is gonna make shitty shoes with Adidas.
Adidas makes shit shoes.
I want some
The cast of Community gather to watch an episode of The Big Bang Theory
hahahahaha these fuckers.
Don’t just erase bad memories. Wipe your hard drive.
yes hi I’d like four please
I’m scared and aroused
I would have to drink this in my damn house.
Don’t you N’s watch old cartoons? I’m not drinking shit with a fucking skull on the front of it. That’s poison right there homie. The fuck wrong with y’all?
The skull named Red Eye Louie.
:-\ I’d hate to curse somebody with that drunk dial.
I need this on a shirt
I wish it was actually Gucci, that would make it greater.
Guy Brings His White Girl To Barbershop In Harlem And Gets Hated On By Black Hairdresser… Does Anyone Step In To Check Her?
It crazy cause when they did something similar around a bunch of white people the white people were mad that the white girl decided to date a black guy one of the women actually started crying cause she was so disgusted.
I love “what would you do?” best show on earth
At first I was wondering why they even did this because I don’t believe there are many black people have have a problem with interracial relationships
But then I remembered that whites tend to hold a notion that they will be attacked by black people for being white. I guess this could help in a small way to dispel that notion
For those who are wondering, here’s the episode where they do something similar with a black boyfriend in a white establishment
^ aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaannnnnnnnnnnnnnnddd there it is.
AnnabelIe, the haunted doll. In 1970 a mother purchased an antique Raggedy Ann Doll from a hobby store. The doll was a present for her daughter Donna on her birthday. Soon they discovered the doll would move on its own and it could write too. It is now in the Warren Occult Museum. After being relocated to the museum, it even caused the death of a young man who taunted the doll. Annabelle is locked in a glass box, but it’s said that it still moves and growls at visitors.
I was asked to reblog this. And the Warren Occult Museum as well