Testing. Testing. 123, is this working? Okay it is, anyways. I just wanted to say, shut the fuck up. Your voice sounds like a rat being yeeted onto the ground, being smashed with a sledge hammer then having its screeches amplified with a fucking megaphone. Like seriously your throat seems to have so much shit in it that your toilet is jealous. Please put tape over your mouth and wait patiently for the methyl acrylate to fuck up your masseter muscle so I have a slight chance of never hearing you speak over mic again.
This has to be the peak of the experience my ears will have on this Earth. Thank you so much for your kind gift, my soul appreciates it.
A rare Yuki in ultimate form
Yukitaka Oni ~Tafkal Hit Squad Member~
@Frinckles pls OwO for me. UwU
@Gyrlander REMEMBER WHEN U POSTED THIS IN INSANE ASYLUM AND U WERE SCUM???? OMG SO MANIPULATIVE. I CAN'T BELIEVE U POSTED A FUTURE DIARY MUSIC VIDEO TO POCKET ME!!! YUNO VIDS ALWAYS MAKE ME UWU.
FR THO, DO U LIKE FUWUTURE DIARY TOO UWU UWU???
ALSO I LIKED THAT VID AND SUBBED TOO. UWOWU HEWWO!!!
even tho the vid i just posted has shitty visual quality, seeing all those pics from the anime coupled w the music gives me chills. no work of art has ever affected me as deeply as mirai nikki, nor will any work of art ever surpass the impact mirai nikki had on my life.
@theoneceko why yuno gasyourself
You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to theoneceko again.
I want to be able to give you 0 rep again.
I want all your negative rep baby
GIVE ME ALL OF IT
To bring this back on topic:
Sad and hilarious at the same time. This guy is pretty good
Originally Posted by BananaCucho
w.r.t. Bloodhound Gang, I really liked Hooray for Boobies way back.
"A Gallant Gentleman," is the opening track to the album: Departure songs.
It's about an exposition of the failed Terra Nova expedition to the south pole, particularly focusing on the actions of Lawrence Oates. They had reached the South Pole on January 12th, 1911, losing the race to be the first to the South Pole to Roald Amundsen by 35 days. Failing to set the record to the poles, the men began a doomed return trip.
Suffering from punishing weather conditions, poor food supply, and the onset of frostbite and scurvy, the party soldiered on. Oates was weakening faster than the others, and their progress was beginning to become too slow to reach the food depots in time. Conscious of the burden he placed on his fellows, on the morning of March 16th, 1912, Oates simply walked out the tent in a -40° blizzard to his death. His body was never found, and the search party erected a cairn and cross, bearing the inscription: “Hereabouts died a very gallant gentleman, Captain L. E. G. Oates, of the Inniskilling Dragoons. In March 1912, returning from the Pole, he walked willingly to his death in a blizzard, to try and save his comrades, beset by hardships.”
this jawn go hard
Last edited by OzyWho; December 23rd, 2020 at 11:41 AM.