aussieatanfield:

Every year on the 15th of April, the football world comes together. The world game stops worldwide and remembers those who were lost on that day at Hillsborough in 1989. A day where 96 football fans followed their team to a match and never returned. Every year, on this day, rivalries are lost and all focus turns to remorse, in remembrance of the fans that never returned. In a day where football is so important, some things are more important than football. 

So if you’re a player, family, a fan or anyone at all involved in this wonderful football club, remember the 96 who lost their lives at Hillsborough and most importantly remember, You’ll Never Walk Alone. 

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cringing:

tHIS IS MY FAVE POS T

cringing:

tHIS IS MY FAVE POS T

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ghostwriters-r-us:

petrak:

asidewalksymphony:

ikantenggelem:

Mini Matchstick Gun - The Clothespin Pocket Pistol by The King of Random

SCREAMS HAPPILY

Oh my god. I remember making clothespeg guns as a kid but none functional enough to shoot fire.

I WANT IT. I WANT IT NOW.

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jackiebeulahburkhart:

sherlocksmyth:

"why didn’t you do your homework over the holidays?"

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This is the best thing I’ve ever seen

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death-by-lulz:

How to get away with not drawing the other eye
you just shattered the fourth wall of art

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death-by-lulz:

How to get away with not drawing the other eye

you just shattered the fourth wall of art

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tmntyler:

policenaut:

Important.


death-by-lulz:

newkidzonthecock:

i will commit a million crimes until he arrests me.

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antiteen:

The teacher said ‘hit the lights’ and this kid punched the light switch and broke it

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1nd2rd3st:

lightkeyblade:

After a long-fought battle in Australia, a python bested a crocodile and swallowed the reptile whole over a span of several hours in Queensland, Australia.

The snake reportedly fought the croc for five hours in Lake Moondarra. Winning the fight, the python constricted its prey to death. The estimated 10-foot snake then dragged the 3-foot croc ashore and proceeded to swallow it whole in front of a group of onlookers.

National Geographic identified the snake as an olive python and the croc as a Johnson’s crocodile, both of which are native to Australia. After its hefty meal, the python should be full for at least a month.

fUCK

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