I watch this disturbing video every easter
The entirely pastel backgrounds are what make this a masterpiece.
where did this metaphor meme come from
yeah this is my great idea im gonna ask the empty room that is my dashboard about it instead of just googling it
dude duuuude i just went on my parents computer and dug up the music i listened to eight years ago, i just listened to a song called Fart in a Bag i am so happy right now im SO HAPPY
fuuck your bedtime mom. its probably like 5 am in china right now. time is a human construction that doesnt even exisgt. if u reject time you can transcend it. please i want to play halo
fuck yeah metal college radio
theyre on from 10 to 12 tonight
so far theyve played Lamb of God, Gojira and Amon Amarth
I dont just listen because one of the DJs is my bro
… Clockodiles? Is that pun very bad?
somewhere captain hook is shitting himself
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