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i promise someday you”ll have nice tits

i promise someday you”ll have nice tits

drawin mah shooies

*taps microphone* u-hhum hello yes.*coughs* Mere-Dog that is all.

*taps microphone* u-hhum hello yes.*coughs* Mere-Dog that is all.

i shall name her “Life Shakespeare” for now cause its better than “Rabbit Tits Bitch”.

short hair demon kid whatever??

fvming:

imagine waking up and being hot

imagine waking up and you remeber you’re hella fine

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maremieisen:

Superlative knives from AFK Knives in Hungary.
I especially like the Prehistoric series, that’s made to look like knapped flint or obsidian. The top one is called “Darkness”, and has an 80 mm ATS-34 stainless blade, and ebony scales with inlaid leather bands. The idea of a prehistoric type knife has always appealed to me, but not their fragility. Making one out of modern stainless tool steel never occurred to me.The last one is a style I prefer, a slightly upswept tip that gives up little to strength, but adds a significant amount of belly that enables fine work. I rarely see a blade of this artistic standard that I would actually employ in the field, but this is one of them. I’d probably want wooden scales instead of scrimshaw, though. 


I’d use the fifth pic of that specific knife just to assassin kings and queens or to just shank demons in their face. maremieisen:

Superlative knives from AFK Knives in Hungary.
I especially like the Prehistoric series, that’s made to look like knapped flint or obsidian. The top one is called “Darkness”, and has an 80 mm ATS-34 stainless blade, and ebony scales with inlaid leather bands. The idea of a prehistoric type knife has always appealed to me, but not their fragility. Making one out of modern stainless tool steel never occurred to me.The last one is a style I prefer, a slightly upswept tip that gives up little to strength, but adds a significant amount of belly that enables fine work. I rarely see a blade of this artistic standard that I would actually employ in the field, but this is one of them. I’d probably want wooden scales instead of scrimshaw, though. 


I’d use the fifth pic of that specific knife just to assassin kings and queens or to just shank demons in their face. maremieisen:

Superlative knives from AFK Knives in Hungary.
I especially like the Prehistoric series, that’s made to look like knapped flint or obsidian. The top one is called “Darkness”, and has an 80 mm ATS-34 stainless blade, and ebony scales with inlaid leather bands. The idea of a prehistoric type knife has always appealed to me, but not their fragility. Making one out of modern stainless tool steel never occurred to me.The last one is a style I prefer, a slightly upswept tip that gives up little to strength, but adds a significant amount of belly that enables fine work. I rarely see a blade of this artistic standard that I would actually employ in the field, but this is one of them. I’d probably want wooden scales instead of scrimshaw, though. 


I’d use the fifth pic of that specific knife just to assassin kings and queens or to just shank demons in their face. maremieisen:

Superlative knives from AFK Knives in Hungary.
I especially like the Prehistoric series, that’s made to look like knapped flint or obsidian. The top one is called “Darkness”, and has an 80 mm ATS-34 stainless blade, and ebony scales with inlaid leather bands. The idea of a prehistoric type knife has always appealed to me, but not their fragility. Making one out of modern stainless tool steel never occurred to me.The last one is a style I prefer, a slightly upswept tip that gives up little to strength, but adds a significant amount of belly that enables fine work. I rarely see a blade of this artistic standard that I would actually employ in the field, but this is one of them. I’d probably want wooden scales instead of scrimshaw, though. 


I’d use the fifth pic of that specific knife just to assassin kings and queens or to just shank demons in their face. maremieisen:

Superlative knives from AFK Knives in Hungary.
I especially like the Prehistoric series, that’s made to look like knapped flint or obsidian. The top one is called “Darkness”, and has an 80 mm ATS-34 stainless blade, and ebony scales with inlaid leather bands. The idea of a prehistoric type knife has always appealed to me, but not their fragility. Making one out of modern stainless tool steel never occurred to me.The last one is a style I prefer, a slightly upswept tip that gives up little to strength, but adds a significant amount of belly that enables fine work. I rarely see a blade of this artistic standard that I would actually employ in the field, but this is one of them. I’d probably want wooden scales instead of scrimshaw, though. 


I’d use the fifth pic of that specific knife just to assassin kings and queens or to just shank demons in their face. maremieisen:

Superlative knives from AFK Knives in Hungary.
I especially like the Prehistoric series, that’s made to look like knapped flint or obsidian. The top one is called “Darkness”, and has an 80 mm ATS-34 stainless blade, and ebony scales with inlaid leather bands. The idea of a prehistoric type knife has always appealed to me, but not their fragility. Making one out of modern stainless tool steel never occurred to me.The last one is a style I prefer, a slightly upswept tip that gives up little to strength, but adds a significant amount of belly that enables fine work. I rarely see a blade of this artistic standard that I would actually employ in the field, but this is one of them. I’d probably want wooden scales instead of scrimshaw, though. 


I’d use the fifth pic of that specific knife just to assassin kings and queens or to just shank demons in their face.

maremieisen:

Superlative knives from AFK Knives in Hungary.

I especially like the Prehistoric series, that’s made to look like knapped flint or obsidian. The top one is called “Darkness”, and has an 80 mm ATS-34 stainless blade, and ebony scales with inlaid leather bands. The idea of a prehistoric type knife has always appealed to me, but not their fragility. Making one out of modern stainless tool steel never occurred to me.

The last one is a style I prefer, a slightly upswept tip that gives up little to strength, but adds a significant amount of belly that enables fine work. I rarely see a blade of this artistic standard that I would actually employ in the field, but this is one of them. I’d probably want wooden scales instead of scrimshaw, though. 

I’d use the fifth pic of that specific knife just to assassin kings and queens or to just shank demons in their face.

spn-fandom-breathing-heavily:

westbor0baptistchurch:

“But if you forget to reblog Madame Zeroni, you and your family will be cursed for always and eternity.”

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not even risking that shit

I’m happy this didn’t get ZERO notes.