At first it was used as a mild insult, it was the new way to call someone basic. Trolls and haters affixed the hashtag to comments on other people’s pictures. Photos of bare legs by a pool, guys in button down shirts together in a bar, and posts that began with the phrase “I’m excited to announce…” all received comments with #MakingMirrorFaces.
The world’s last porcupine died in Indiana on May 14th, 2109. Paddy, as he had been named, had become the official mascot of the Fairfield Zoo during his time there. His likeness adorned the zoo’s logo, T-shirts, and water bottles. The water bottles tripled in price if you wanted them to be filled with actual … Continue reading The World’s Last Porcupine
When arguing for cultural context and a cultural study of the Bible, champions of this bill are clearly courting a can of worms.
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Halloween countdown #3. An odd journal claiming to be written by a vampire is found.
The Tell-Tale Lockhart's second installment of the Halloween Countdown. An original poem by Keegan Lockhart
The Tell-Tale Lockhart's Halloween Countdown. "My Name Is Drinick Marshall" By: Keegan Lockhart