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heavenlydogs:

Full Video here!

Possibly the most important information you will ever need in life. Here is a few words of wisdom from our senior advisor.

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yellowblog:

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tinycartridge:

The Animal Crossing: New Leaf birthday party ⊟

Look at the birthday party My Paper Crane’s Heidi Kenney threw for her 11-year-old. The Tom Nook pinata. The bell-bag invites. The villager cookies, made from 3D-printed cookie cutters.

The presents on balloons at the table (with a Spoonflower-printed Animal Crossing tablecloth).

Every detail of this is perfect, except for the part where I’m not the birthday boy. Do you think Animal Crossing will still be in style in 10 years, when it’s time for my girls’ 11th?

BUY Animal Crossing: New Leaf ($29.84 right now!), upcoming games

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tryllvester:

wzrdkelley:

wait shit this amount of flex just gave me a headache

Beat ya ass then post up

tryllvester:

wzrdkelley:

wait shit this amount of flex just gave me a headache

Beat ya ass then post up

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ronnyknuckles:

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jaredstjohn:

nsfwhumor:

How To Tell if You’re a Basic Bitch

I AM CRYING

BRUH.

MY NIGGA I’M IN TEARS

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kingjaffejoffer:

The fencing response is a peculiar position of the arms following a concussion. Immediately after moderate forces have been applied to the brainstem, the forearms are held flexed or extended (typically into the air) for a period lasting up to several seconds after the impact.

Schematic illustration of the fencing response during a knockout. A The individual receives a punch to the head. B After the traumatic blow to the head, the unconscious individual immediately exhibits ipsilateral arm extension and contralateral arm flexion while falling to the ground. C During prostration, the rigidity of the extended and flexed arms is retained for several seconds as flaccidity gradually returns.


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kingjaffejoffer:

The fencing response is a peculiar position of the arms following a concussion. Immediately after moderate forces have been applied to the brainstem, the forearms are held flexed or extended (typically into the air) for a period lasting up to several seconds after the impact.

Schematic illustration of the fencing response during a knockout. A The individual receives a punch to the head. B After the traumatic blow to the head, the unconscious individual immediately exhibits ipsilateral arm extension and contralateral arm flexion while falling to the ground. C During prostration, the rigidity of the extended and flexed arms is retained for several seconds as flaccidity gradually returns.

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