fynechina:

danny dorito

fynechina:

danny dorito

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ruinedchildhood:

Mom: Home in 5 minutes, hope you’ve taken the chicken out of the freezer

Me: image

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oate:

*shows up at ur door 10 years after we had an argument* aND ANOTHER THING

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buzzfeed:

awesomeringerud:

This makes me want to cry.

Same here, buddy. Same here.

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ghostofchurch:

agentcarolinainthemorning:

irrationallyrationalcinema:

Yeah, no. This is a fake. A quick search of Geoff’s name on the site pulls up nothing that actually involves him. And a search of “armed robbery” pulled up even less, at least in relation to these guys.
Don’t believe me? 
The time stamp on this says “6 hours ago,” so we can’t get a date from there, but the OP posted this on April eleventh. Assuming they got this screen-grab and posted it on the same day, this article would’ve been posted on the eleventh. But as a quick look at the website proves there is no story like this for that day.
Then, from what we can see of the article, it is said that this robbery happened on the 25th of March. All things considered, let’s say that meant that OP took the screen-grab some time on, let’s say, the 26th. That being said, this article would probably be archived somewhere and easily accessible through a simple site search.
Let’s search Geoff’s name first.
Huh, nothing there. At least nothing pertaining to this supposed robbery. 
Hmm, let’s try a search of "armed robbery."
Nothing there, either.
In conclusion, this is a lie, stop reblogging it. 
As for the OP, I’ll assume you were also a victim of misinformation here and I’ll ask that you make sure a story is true before you post it next time. Thank you.

ghostofchurch:

agentcarolinainthemorning:

irrationallyrationalcinema:

Yeah, no. This is a fake. A quick search of Geoff’s name on the site pulls up nothing that actually involves him. And a search of “armed robbery” pulled up even less, at least in relation to these guys.

Don’t believe me? 

The time stamp on this says “6 hours ago,” so we can’t get a date from there, but the OP posted this on April eleventh. Assuming they got this screen-grab and posted it on the same day, this article would’ve been posted on the eleventh. But as a quick look at the website proves there is no story like this for that day.

Then, from what we can see of the article, it is said that this robbery happened on the 25th of March. All things considered, let’s say that meant that OP took the screen-grab some time on, let’s say, the 26th. That being said, this article would probably be archived somewhere and easily accessible through a simple site search.

Let’s search Geoff’s name first.

Huh, nothing there. At least nothing pertaining to this supposed robbery. 

Hmm, let’s try a search of "armed robbery."

Nothing there, either.

In conclusion, this is a lie, stop reblogging it. 

As for the OP, I’ll assume you were also a victim of misinformation here and I’ll ask that you make sure a story is true before you post it next time. Thank you.

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prime example of getting a taste of your own medicine.

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ruinedchildhood:

"talk dirty to me"

image

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sharrmander:

you-are-my-nakama:

Is that Dwayne the Brock Johnson?


This is glorious

sharrmander:

you-are-my-nakama:

Is that Dwayne the Brock Johnson?

This is glorious

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dbz:

A friend of mine (the same one who gave me the soda can) went to MTAC this weekend and brought this back for me! Very awesome. Inside the dragon ball is this miniature figurine of the iconic scene in which Piccolo sacrifices himself to save Gohan during the battle with Nappa (episodes 20-21). Even in this small figurine, I love the detail, and I want more of them!

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forwardingaddress:

Empire Magazine Tribute to Iconic Movie Moments of the Past 20 Years

1. Jurassic Park (Sam Neill)

2. Zoolander (Ben Stiller)

3. Terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger)

4. 300 (Gerard Butler)

5. Braveheart (Mel Gibson)

6. American Psycho (Christian Bale)

7. Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring (Sean Bean and Viggo Mortensen)

8. Minority Report (Tom Cruise)

9. The Silence of the Lambs (Jodie Foster and Anthony Hopkins)

10. The Matrix (Laurence Fisburne)

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