THE BOY WHO LOVED TO READ
Once, there was a boy who loved to read. He read everything he could get his hands on, and loved going to his favorite book store. One day, the boy realized he had read everything the store had to offer. He confronted the owner, and asked him if he had anything the boy had never checked out. The owner said why, yes, I do, and pulled out a book called “Death”. He gladly sold it to the boy at a discounted price of 50$.
However, he warned the boy, never to read the front page. Well, the boy returned to his house and read the book, and he was content. However, he always wondered, what could be on that front page, it was always in the back of his mind. One day, the temptation was too much for the boy, and he flipped to the very front of the book, and dropped the book in HORROR.
There, in bold print, was MSRP 7.99$
troye sivan + hearing people wrong
“God made dirt. Dirt don’t hurt.”― dirty ghetto kids thas boutta eat some Hot Cheetos that fell on the floor (via ceciria)
raise your hand if you have so many ideas that you’re not talented enough for
so i went to go get a drink and…
THERE IS A FURBY IN THE VENDING MACHINE
DO YOU THINK THIS IS SOME SORT OF GAME
Does it make you think of this, too?
Breeze, a 10-day old Dartmoor Hill pony, was found in a state of shock and suffering from severe malnutrition and dehydration by a farmer in England’s Devon County. According to The Mare and Foal Sanctuary website, the foal’s mother was nowhere to be found. The organization rescued him and brought him back to the sanctuary where he received extensive care and nutrition but without his mother, Breeze was lonely. After an appeal to find the pony a new companion, Breeze was given a giant 4-foot stuffed teddy bear with which to snuggle — appropriately called Buttons. Article | Video | Photos: SWNS.
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