tickling-your-man-boobies:

bless

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Fuckyeahmichaelgavin's Giveaway

fuckyeahmichaelgavin:

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So, uh, funny story… I accidentally ordered two of these posters during the livestream. But hey! More for the kids, right?

Since I only really need one and I don’t have anyone to give it to… I GUESS THERE’S GONNA BE A HOLIDAY GIVEAWAY!!!

Rules are simple:

bestspudz:

actual-hungry-soldier:

bestspudz:

actual-hungry-soldier:

bestspudz:

actual-hungry-soldier:

You mean… the package?




BE RIGHT BACK






Yes! It’s great!

RIGHT?!

bestspudz:

actual-hungry-soldier:

bestspudz:

actual-hungry-soldier:

bestspudz:

actual-hungry-soldier:

You mean… the package?

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BE RIGHT BACK

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Yes! It’s great!

RIGHT?!

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humansofnewyork:

When I finished photographing the man in the previous post, he said: “Wait one second, I want to show you my father.” He went inside his store, and returned with this framed photograph."My father lost his entire family in Auschwitz when he was a young boy,” he explained. “After the war he moved to France. He went to a tie manufacturer and said ‘I will work for free, just teach me how to make ties.’ After a year of working there, he moved to America and got a job at a tie factory for 15 cents an hour. Soon he saved enough to buy his own ties, which he peddled on the streets. Then he saved up enough to open his own tie store. Then he started selling suits too. Eventually he opened five of his own stores.”"Are they all still open?" I asked."No," he replied. "This is the last one left."The store is Global International Menswear62 Orchard Street on the Lower East Side.

humansofnewyork:

When I finished photographing the man in the previous post, he said: “Wait one second, I want to show you my father.” He went inside his store, and returned with this framed photograph.

"My father lost his entire family in Auschwitz when he was a young boy,” he explained. “After the war he moved to France. He went to a tie manufacturer and said ‘I will work for free, just teach me how to make ties.’ After a year of working there, he moved to America and got a job at a tie factory for 15 cents an hour. Soon he saved enough to buy his own ties, which he peddled on the streets. Then he saved up enough to open his own tie store. Then he started selling suits too. Eventually he opened five of his own stores.”
"Are they all still open?" I asked.
"No," he replied. "This is the last one left."

The store is Global International Menswear
62 Orchard Street on the Lower East Side.

hicstreme:

alive Marco is the best Marco

emmyc:

issue 5 of Hot Turd Crush

emmyc:

issue 5 of Hot Turd Crush

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rokettoenpitsu:

smells like loser in here

ppitte:

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happy things happy thing happy things nothing else happened but happy things

ohriify:

IT WAS HOT TODAY SO I DID THIS.

I ran out of tags hahah how do i tag this i’ll only tag one character from each batch yeah