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Photo 13 Mar 14,061 notes IT’S A FREE HOUSE JIM!

IT’S A FREE HOUSE JIM!

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Link 1 Mar 5 notes The Berkeley Butthole: Literary Magazines Celebrate Annual Rejected Submissions Bonfire»

berkeleybutthole:

Tom Gillespie - Butthole Freelancer

Boston - On Tuesday Night, the Literary Magazine Community of Emerson joined together for their annual Rejected Submissions Bonfire. Around 11:30 p.m., they all gathered to celebrate another successful submission harvest.

“No matter how many stories we…

Photo 27 Feb 35,406 notes ifacurtaindrops:

i have officially given in

ifacurtaindrops:

i have officially given in

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Text 27 Feb 11 notes DH

berkeleybutthole:

I’m shitting

my brains

out

like, literally i think

those are organs

fuck

fuck

oh my god

ohlddl

fdk;

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  ka’s

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The Bard, Butthole freelancer

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Photo 13 Feb 118 notes purecolombiandopamine:

Ōkunoshima (aka Rabbit Island)
The island now has a hotel, a six-hole golf course and a small camping ground. Visitors are able to swim in the clean water surrounding the island, regardless of the tide. Many rabbits live in the island. When the island was developed as a park after World War II, these rabbits were intentionally set loose. Many rabbits were used in the chemical munitions plant to test the effectiveness of the chemical weapons during World War II; however, those rabbits were killed when the factory was demolished. According to Murakami, the former director of the poison gas museum, the current rabbits have nothing to do with those that were involved with chemical weapon tests.Hunting these creatures is forbidden and dogs and cats may not be taken onto the island.

purecolombiandopamine:

Ōkunoshima (aka Rabbit Island)

The island now has a hotel, a six-hole golf course and a small camping ground. Visitors are able to swim in the clean water surrounding the island, regardless of the tide. Many rabbits live in the island. When the island was developed as a park after World War II, these rabbits were intentionally set loose. Many rabbits were used in the chemical munitions plant to test the effectiveness of the chemical weapons during World War II; however, those rabbits were killed when the factory was demolished. According to Murakami, the former director of the poison gas museum, the current rabbits have nothing to do with those that were involved with chemical weapon tests.Hunting these creatures is forbidden and dogs and cats may not be taken onto the island.

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Photo 13 Feb 13 notes lola-lapin:

Lola really loves this ball she just never stops rolling it around! Her skills have dramatically increased as well 😂😏 #lolalapin #minilop #rabbit #bunny #petstagram #bunniesworldwide #bunnies #cutiesofinstagram #usagi #rabbitoftheday #lapin #rabbitstagram

lola-lapin:

Lola really loves this ball she just never stops rolling it around! Her skills have dramatically increased as well 😂😏 #lolalapin #minilop #rabbit #bunny #petstagram #bunniesworldwide #bunnies #cutiesofinstagram #usagi #rabbitoftheday #lapin #rabbitstagram

Photo 13 Feb 841 notes justthinklovelythoughts:

I can’t breathe. 

justthinklovelythoughts:

I can’t breathe. 


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