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misspelledlife:

SLAAAAY TORONTO IM SO PROUD OF THIS

lovealishadawn:

la-temeraire:

marigolds-sorry:

I really really needed this wow

i caNNOT STOP LAUGHING

LOOK AT THOSE POSITIVE ROLE MODELS

SAY NO TO PEER PRESSURE

Anime logic in a nutshell

god-senpai-of-mankind:

barbara-the-princess:

EXPAND DONG 

[DONG INTENSIFIES]

god-senpai-of-mankind:

barbara-the-princess:

EXPAND DONG 

[DONG INTENSIFIES]

icrashedmycarintoumbridge:

You now have the ability to own the 3 worst book to movie adaptations all on 1 DVD


That is a BLU-RAY and there are probably three discs in that case

icrashedmycarintoumbridge:

You now have the ability to own the 3 worst book to movie adaptations all on 1 DVD

That is a BLU-RAY and there are probably three discs in that case

malformalady:

For the past 75 years, a tiny bridal shop in Mexico has been the subject of some pretty crazy rumors. But the creepiest rumor centers around a bridal mannequin sitting in the window; a highly detailed dummy that many say is a perfectly preserved corpse. Eventually, people began to notice the similarities between the mannequin, nicknamed La Pascualita, and the daughter of La Popular’s proprietor, Pascuala Esparza. According to legend, Esparza’s daughter had tragically passed away on her wedding day, victim of a Black Widow spider bite. Locals whispered that the beautiful figure in the window was, in fact, the embalmed body of Esparza’s daughter. Of course, Pascuala Esparza formally denied the allegations, but by that point, it was too late - the legend was set in stone.Today, La Pascualita still sits in the window of La Popula, and the rumors have only become more pervasive. Of all the employees who work at the popular bridal shop, only two are allowed to change her clothing, and only behind closed doors. It’s a practice that makes some of the employees pretty uncomfortable.
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malformalady:

For the past 75 years, a tiny bridal shop in Mexico has been the subject of some pretty crazy rumors. But the creepiest rumor centers around a bridal mannequin sitting in the window; a highly detailed dummy that many say is a perfectly preserved corpse. Eventually, people began to notice the similarities between the mannequin, nicknamed La Pascualita, and the daughter of La Popular’s proprietor, Pascuala Esparza. According to legend, Esparza’s daughter had tragically passed away on her wedding day, victim of a Black Widow spider bite. Locals whispered that the beautiful figure in the window was, in fact, the embalmed body of Esparza’s daughter. Of course, Pascuala Esparza formally denied the allegations, but by that point, it was too late - the legend was set in stone.Today, La Pascualita still sits in the window of La Popula, and the rumors have only become more pervasive. Of all the employees who work at the popular bridal shop, only two are allowed to change her clothing, and only behind closed doors. It’s a practice that makes some of the employees pretty uncomfortable.

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vintage-freakshow:

Chippewa Lake Amusement Park; the Tumble Bug rail which is the best preserved ride in the park. (1878-1978)

vintage-freakshow:

Chippewa Lake Amusement Park; the Tumble Bug rail which is the best preserved ride in the park. (1878-1978)