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ladygolem:

alliwannadoisbangscrew:

me

hair: detachable

torso: crushed

dick: out

the lower half of my body is forcibly ejected from the hydraulic press at ninety miles an hour
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rabbiteclair:

nothing wakes me up in the morning like eating eight hundred dollars of cheese out of a sack

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sm980:

first person sippy

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igglooaustralia:

This is so fuckin funny

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catchymemes:

Fun Fact: A woodpecker’s tongue is so long that it wraps around its skull to protect its brain while it is hammering away at a tree or other hard surfaces. This, combined with other factors such as: super strong neck muscles, plates of spongey bone in the skull that act like a football helmet, and a very small amount of cerebrospinal fluid surrounding their brain, all help to stop a woodpecker scrambling its brain while pecking away with a force of over 1000g.

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little-niggah-sugar:

this is probably the best thing i have ever made

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