Christopharaptor

Why are you bothering?

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bagmilk:

dslubes:

macintush:

"BLESS THIS POST"

shut up

"WHY DOESNT THIS HAVE MORE NOTES"

shut up

"ITS BACK"

shut up

"reblogging again"

shut up

"this"

shut up

"finally someone said it"

shut up

finally someone said it omg bless this post i’m reblogging again because it’s back why doesn’t it have more notes omg

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clientsfromhell:

My client is the manager of a nightclub.

Client: Can you do us a Facebook profile picture with XY and Z on it? And on the back can you list the drink promos?

Me: Um, there isn’t a back of a Facebook profile picture.

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michellesjourney2:

For you non Canadians, meet Terry Fox. Each september thousands of canadians run in his honour. We all learn about him in school. Why is this young man so important to us? At the age of 21, he had lost his leg to cancer. Instead of giving up he decided to make a difference.
He decided he was going to run across Canada to raise awareness about cancer and money for research into a cure. It was his dream.
He started in April 1980 in st johns Newfoundland and ran the equivalent of a marathon EVERY DAY. He raised money from people and towns he passed. He did it with a prosthetic leg. My parents both saw him run down their home town’s main street.
After 143 days and 5373km he was forced to end his journey due to the spread of his cancer. He passed away in June of 1981 just one month short of his 23rd birthday. That year the first Terry Fox run was held in his honour to raise money and pick up his torch so eventually we can live in a cancer free world. We ran it every year in school growing up to raise money for cancer research and this Sunday I will run it with my son. To raise money for research, and to teach him about this amazing man.

michellesjourney2:

For you non Canadians, meet Terry Fox. Each september thousands of canadians run in his honour. We all learn about him in school. Why is this young man so important to us? At the age of 21, he had lost his leg to cancer. Instead of giving up he decided to make a difference.

He decided he was going to run across Canada to raise awareness about cancer and money for research into a cure. It was his dream.

He started in April 1980 in st johns Newfoundland and ran the equivalent of a marathon EVERY DAY. He raised money from people and towns he passed. He did it with a prosthetic leg. My parents both saw him run down their home town’s main street.

After 143 days and 5373km he was forced to end his journey due to the spread of his cancer. He passed away in June of 1981 just one month short of his 23rd birthday. That year the first Terry Fox run was held in his honour to raise money and pick up his torch so eventually we can live in a cancer free world. We ran it every year in school growing up to raise money for cancer research and this Sunday I will run it with my son. To raise money for research, and to teach him about this amazing man.