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Joined Aug 08, 2011 at 10:40PM EDT


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About

Just some random ex-cadet that likes ponies, animu, gun(dam)s and stuff.

Now ded.

Killed by college and IRL friends.


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http://fuckyeahwubwub.tumblr.com/

Recent Activity

Commented on 279.jpg

That’s a Spanish Dancer sea slug, you cumsluts. They swim using highly modified feet.

I tried to find the origin of this gif in order to make you all feel like the retards you are but all I got was a Korean website that said it looked like sea vagina as well.

정말이야?

Jan 28, 2015 at 10:58AM EST

Commented on a4a.gif

Nice ship there.
It’d be a shame if something were to…

HAPPEN to it.

Jan 15, 2015 at 04:23PM EST

Commented on Nagato trying to play it cool

Generally it is true.

However, outliers exist.

Ex: Ryuujou
Standard Displacement: 8,000 tons
Normal Displacement: 10,150 tons
Breast Displacement: Landing Strip

Jan 15, 2015 at 03:38PM EST

Commented on 2fa.jpg

Poland had a docile bear once but said bear didn’t buy fish, he did something better.

During WW2, many Polish soldiers-in-exile joined the British Army rather than side with the Soviets (with whom relations were terrible). The British, trying to overcome the language barrier, subsequently organized many of these foreign soldiers into their own units within the British Army. One of these units, Polish II Corps, got stationed in Persia (modern day Iran). During their stay in Persia, somehow the 22nd Artillery Supply Company of this unit had adopted & raised a bear cub that they named Wojtek.

Normally, pets aren’t allowed in active units, but again the Poles managed to get Wojtek registered as a private within their unit.

Not only had the 22nd snuck a bear past their British commanders but they had also taught Wojtek to pick up and carry artillery shells as well as salute. In defiance of the adage “war is serious,” the 22nd actually brought Wojtek with them on combat deployment in Italy and had him perform his ordinance-bearing duties during the battle of Monte Cassino.

So step up Nippon-senpai. Y’all got a flightless bird getting you the other white meat from the market to cram in your faceholes while the Poles had a mother-freakin’ bear getting them big ass slugs of explosives to cram into the Fascists’ faceholes.

Jan 04, 2015 at 06:59PM EST

Commented on 9a8.png

Novice bald naked.

So I’m Danny DeVito trying to hide in a couch from chasing guards?

Jan 01, 2015 at 12:50PM EST

Commented on Robbaz

Twas not a mistake.

Twas destiny!

Dec 29, 2014 at 01:51PM EST

Commented on d74.jpg

Sweaters are truly miracles of the universe.

Dec 11, 2014 at 04:39PM EST

Commented on e17.jpg

Making the “For Babbies-Grade” Build Burning Gundam without first properly worshiping our Lord-and-Savior-Grade" G-Self?

Shit taste detected.

Dec 05, 2014 at 06:34PM EST

Commented on "Anime Suffers Because the Industry is Full of Otaku" huh? no.

“Miyazaki’s specific concerns are over the lack of attention of people in real-life.”

So says the guy who forgot to pay attention to the thousands of gun camera reels specifically concerning the masterpiece of his great self-insert, Jiro, going up in flames with the pilot in real-life dying an agonizing because “Forget self-sealing fuel tanks and cockpit armor! I’m making art! Glorious Yamato Damashii!”

Because even if Caproni is some evil war-monger, he at least had enough of a connection to reality to make sure that his designs WEREN’T flying gas tanks.


~An accurate depiction of a Zero by Hayao Miyazaki

Nov 15, 2014 at 09:12PM EST

Commented on America's finest

Four people out of 52 hold stupid beliefs. That’s a 7.69% percent of stupid. I can go to my college level chemistry course get a higher stupid percentage than that.

Just because these people may come from agriculture heavy states doesn’t mean you can start the picking of cherries just yet.

Nov 15, 2014 at 08:32PM EST

Commented on GamerGate

Nature’s stop sign is actually absolute zero.

#jokemurder

Nov 14, 2014 at 08:55PM EST

Commented on GamerGate

“seems FTC moves at valve speed”
>FTC speed
>Federal Trade Commision speed
>Federal
>Speed

I don’t know what you expected.

Nov 13, 2014 at 01:31PM EST

Commented on GamerGate

Oldfag here.

The mods have been discussing reformation of karma as far back as 4 years ago. We’ve had this issue for years and Gamergate has only been around for a few months. So Gamergate isn’t causing all the krama to flow in one direction only.

While you didn’t actually say anything insulting, I think people just kneejerked because of the content of the article you linked. The article could have come off as insulting to some people seeing as how much straw the writer had to murder in order to make said article a man and the writer was just trying too hard to be funny. Typically in critical humor concerning controversial topics, its recommended to tease all sides so that everyone can laugh or if its about just one side, it must be made clear to the specific audience that this is a joke and exaggeration is in the brew.

Someone has also mentioned that the article has been discussed before thereby making it possible that you’re also being downvoted for reposting content.

I don’t know how to finish this so here is a giant microbes plush whose subject matter is totally not topical to the internet right now.

Oct 27, 2014 at 06:35PM EDT

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