HUGE GIVEAWAY! HUGE GIVEAWAY! HUGE GIVEAWAY! HUGE GIVAWAY!
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Hello everyone, We (Jared & Gabby) are hosting our 6th annual giveaway. We love doing giveaways for you guys! They’re always so successful, and we love helping out in anyway we can! so we’re at it again! These items are mostly brand new except a few which are in great condition, and have only been slightly used, being donated to us, or donated to the giveaway by us. This giveaway will end right before the holiday season to help out with anyone’s christmas, or just in general make someones entire year by giving them all of this stuff for free. We do not accept bribes, or pick people. The random generator we have coded will choose the winner. We will try to answer all questions that this post does not. p.s. our previous urls were snuggle and drinken.
• THE GIVEAWAY DRAWING WILL BE COMPLETELY RANDOM (THROUGH A RANDOM GENERATOR)
ONE WINNER, WINS ALL OF THE ITEMS. (ONLY 1 Winner)
2. You may reblog as much as you’d like! We are keeping track of how many times you have reblogged the giveaway.
• no likes please
• We are shipping world wide and for free to the winner
• GIVEAWAY ENDS ON DECEMBER 13TH, 2013 (to allow us enough time to ship the items to the winner before the holidays)
1. Droid razor- $200
2. Otter box- $60
3. 2 toms- $110
4. Iphone 4s (32g)- $400
5. Otter box- $70
6. Wii- $400
7. 9 wii games (just dance 1,2,3,4, sims, cod, active, supermario, donkey kong)-$190
8. 2 ipod nanos (yellow & orang) 16g)- $200
9. Sol republic headphones-$130
10. Ipad 2 (64g)- $500
11. Case ipad 2- $20
12. Laptop samsung- $450
13. Straightener- $130
14. Ihome for ipad & iphone- $190
15. Ihome for nanos- $80
16. YSL (yves-saint laurent) perfume- $60
17. Nicholas Sparks book- $20
18. 2 otter box case iphone- $100
19. iphone 5- $650
20. Ipad 1 (32g)- $300
21. HP laptop- $500
10 MORE DAYS LEFT!
TODAY IN CLASS THIS CHICK WAS PASSING OUT A PACKET AND SHE JUST THREW MINE AT ME AND I SAID “Yo don’t fuckin throw that shit at me like I’m a stripper.” AND EVERYONE AROUND ME JUST STARED AT ME AND I REALIZED THAT ITS BC THATS THE FIRST THING IVE SAID IN CLASS SINCE I CAME TO THIS SCHOOL AND JFC
jesus said love thy neighbour but when thys neighbour starts leafblowing at five am we gon have a problem
more celebrities should just be like rihanna in regards to hate
Cannot stop laughing
My mother thinks this is the funniest thing she keeps walking away laughing and coming back to look at it
you know what would be cool? a show about, like, vigilante Victorian prostitutes hunting down Jack the Ripper.
They never did figure out why he stopped killing. And most serial killers don’t stop unless they are stopped. I’m just saying.
HOLY CATS I WANT TO WRITE AND DRAW THIS AS A GRAPHIC NOVEL
OMG THE RESEARCH ALONE WOULD BE AWESOME
Mystery Solved – The Skeleton Lake of India
In 1942 a British patrol in Roopkund, India made a shocking discovery. Approximately 17,000 feet above sea level, at the bottom of a small valley, was a frozen lake full of human skeletons. That summer, the ice melted to reveal even more skeletal remains, floating in the water and lying haphazardly around the lake’s edges. Had something horrible had happened here?
Scientists now believe they have finally solved the mystery of how and why the skeletons of over 200 people were found in a frozen lake in northern India.
Lake Roopkund is located in northern India along the border of Nepal at 4,800 meters (~16,000 ft) above sea level with edges covered in snow for most of the year. The water is rather shallow, only reaching a maximum depth of 2 meters, and frozen most of the year. The frozen climate at this altitude has aided significantly in the preservation of hair, soft tissue, and leather clothing, prompting the everyone to believe these were recent deaths. These skeletons were initially thought to be the bodies of Japanese soldiers who had died of exposure while travelling through India as part of a World War II invasion. More recent analyses conclude the remains were much older than anyone expected, dating them to approximately 850AD.