I did this a while back and the cuteness was ridiculous so I thought I would give it another go
Seriously guys! Message me right now!
PLEASE DO THIS
THIS IS SO CUTE SEND ME MORE I LOVE HEARING ABOUT YOUR CRUSHES 😍😍😍
OMG PLS TELL ME EVERYTHING
Do this again
Aw this would be so cute
Please please please please please
I’m gonna make sure to keep little reminders of video game characters like Link and Master Chief in my office at all times
it should be a high school requirement to work in food and retail for at least 6 months a piece so everyone can understand not to be assholes to employees who are just doing their jobs
and so we actually have some work experience to put on resumes
that’s actually a really good idea
someone halp im growing up 2 fast
when i was at my first high school there was this really religious girl who would tell you off if you swore or said stuff like ‘oh my god’ and then one day she wouldn’t stop correcting the science teacher and he just turned around and went “JESUS FUCKING CHRIST SOPHIE SHUT THE FUCK UP” and she freaked out and started praying and then the next week her parents tried to sue the teacher
I don’t know what I would do if I walked in on this one day..
running horn line for Phantom Regiment playing the Firebird Suite
this is porn.
MS. WYKOFF I SEE YOUUUUUUU
73 years ago today, 18 June 1940, Prime Minister Winston Churchill announced to the House of Commons that the Battle of France was over. France had fallen to the Third Reich and Hitler, making the last democratic country holding out the island of Great Britain. Four days after Churchill’s speech, the armistice would be signed dividing France into two zones—the Occupied and the Vichy puppet state—that would last until 6 June 1944 and the successful Allied invasion of the country and European continent.
In May, the German offensive swept across France swiftly, from Brittany and Normandy, down to the Swiss border. The Maginot Line, an ineffective and worthless piece of construction, was encircled and its garrisons captured. By 14 June, German troops were entering an empty Paris; two days after, Premier Paul Reynaud resigned from office and was replaced by the aged Marshal Henri Philippe Pétain. Almost immediately after taking office, he asked the Germans for an armistice. On 22 June 1940, that armistice was signed in the very same rail car that the Germans had found themselves in during the 1918 talks, with Adolf Hitler seating himself in the same chair that Marshal Ferdinand Foch had. It was the humiliation that the Führer believed the French deserved.
Following the signing of the Franco-Italian armistice two days later, the French guns fell silent.
France, which had held out unbeaten for four years in the previous World War, was out of the war after only six weeks. German troops stood guard over most, if not all, of Europe; From the North Cape above the Arctic Circle to Bordeaux, from the English Channel to the River Bug in eastern Poland. All that stood between Hitler and his establishment of a idealized Großdeutschland, was one little island with its incredibly stubborn leader and a determined people who did not seem to recognize defeat even as it stared them in the face. The British Empire, or rather what was left of the Empire, stood alone and virtually unarmed attempting to fight a war on two fronts.
My BEST friend’s little sister told me she wants to lose her virginity to me before she leaves for college.
The dangers of drug use.
Every river in the United States. (via Kotke.org)