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This is so cool! Excited to do more!

This is so cool! Excited to do more!

Sweeet this is so cool! Cant wait to do more!

Sweeet this is so cool! Cant wait to do more!

omg this is so awesome! I cant wait for next ones!

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omg this is so awesome! I cant wait for next ones!

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this is so interesting! Excited to do more!

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this is so interesting! Excited to do more!

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This is so awesome! Cant wait for next ones! Check it out

dont bother being anything ‘ist’. a racist, a feminist, anything. just bother being yourself

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i believe in a lot of things and one of those is not love for our ‘generation’ as such. i believe you can have love for someone or something, but i dont think people my age group will ever really truly fall in love. and once people realise that, its a good thing!

tea-and-skeletons:

There are countless tales of ghosts from all over the world, but some are more skin-crawling than most. Many of us remember the superb horror film The Shining, based on the novel by Stephen King. The book was inspired by a stay at the Stanley in Estes Park, Colorado. Assigned Room 217, King reportedly heard ghost children playing in the hallway. Many have experienced paranormal activity here, but these real-life ghosts seem harmless.
Others reported a number of cases of ghostly activity, primarily in the ballroom. Kitchen staff have reported to have heard a party going on in the ballroom, only to find it empty. People in the lobby have allegedly heard someone playing the ballroom’s piano; employees investigating the music purportedly find nobody sitting at the piano. Employees believe that particular ghost is of Freelan O. Stanley’s wife, who used to be a piano player.
In one guest room, people claim to have seen a man standing over the bed before running into the closet. This same apparition is allegedly responsible for stealing guests’ jewelry, watches, and luggage. Others reported to have seen ghosts in their rooms in the middle of the night, simply standing in their room before disappearing.

tea-and-skeletons:

There are countless tales of ghosts from all over the world, but some are more skin-crawling than most. Many of us remember the superb horror film The Shining, based on the novel by Stephen King. The book was inspired by a stay at the Stanley in Estes Park, Colorado. Assigned Room 217, King reportedly heard ghost children playing in the hallway. Many have experienced paranormal activity here, but these real-life ghosts seem harmless.

Others reported a number of cases of ghostly activity, primarily in the ballroom. Kitchen staff have reported to have heard a party going on in the ballroom, only to find it empty. People in the lobby have allegedly heard someone playing the ballroom’s piano; employees investigating the music purportedly find nobody sitting at the piano. Employees believe that particular ghost is of Freelan O. Stanley’s wife, who used to be a piano player.

In one guest room, people claim to have seen a man standing over the bed before running into the closet. This same apparition is allegedly responsible for stealing guests’ jewelry, watches, and luggage. Others reported to have seen ghosts in their rooms in the middle of the night, simply standing in their room before disappearing.

being negative once in a while isnt that bad for you

one of the saddest scenes in history

one of the saddest scenes in history

im not 14 promise

im not 14 promise

a nice cosy rest

a nice cosy rest

gonna trrain my hammy

fucking poet

fucking poet