HELLO goodbye

I decided to ditch this goddamn site. I am not planning to return. Probably I will make another tumblr but only use it to follow certain blogs

But hey if you want to keep in touch with my pathetic ass feel free to contact me via these sites:

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Last.fm: http://www.last.fm/user/Dubbal

Steam: http://steamcommunity.com/id/supersaiyanswagga/

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What’s that you say? You don’t have those accounts? Well too bad I don’t know what I’m supposed to do, aside of contacting me via Skype or Facebook probably

Unfortunately I’m not telling that to public so idk

Don’t bother messaging me because I won’t reply

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Also check out Death Grips new album, it’s pretty good. It’s a 2 part album called The Powers That B. The first part is called “niggas on the moon”. Second part coming soon

Download for free via thirdworlds.net here. Completely legal too

caseyanthonyofficial:

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Baby thinks she can eat food from the magazine

What an idiot

caseyanthonyofficial:

onlylolgifs:

Baby thinks she can eat food from the magazine

What an idiot

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yungterra:

crimewave420:

antichristdemoncore:

trailerparksludge:

G A M E  O F  B O N E S

YOU ARE DISADVANTAGED

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R A W

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SHIT!!!!!!!!!!

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mackblesa:

what a beautiful family

mackblesa:

what a beautiful family

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bunrobot:

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Brazilian Street Artist Has Created the World Cup’s First Viral Image
On May 10, Brazilian artist Paulo Ito posted this mural on the doors of a schoolhouse in São Paulo’s Pompeia district. Less than a week later, it has become an international sensation, drawing huge attention on Facebook. It has also taken off in Brazil—a post on the popular Facebook page TV Revolta has been shared and liked more than 40,000 times.
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Brazilian Street Artist Has Created the World Cup’s First Viral Image

On May 10, Brazilian artist Paulo Ito posted this mural on the doors of a schoolhouse in São Paulo’s Pompeia district. Less than a week later, it has become an international sensation, drawing huge attention on Facebook. It has also taken off in Brazil—a post on the popular Facebook page TV Revolta has been shared and liked more than 40,000 times.

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