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me and the rest of anti-horny gang observing the minute fluctuations of horniness on the tl

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Now I lay me down to sleep,
I pray the site my toots to keep;
If I'm cancelled 'fore I wake,
I pray the Lord my toots to take.
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*carefully knocking on your window* excuse me! sorry! have you had a chance to follow me back yet? just checking, haha!

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let us all, one day, aspire to be back at it again in our own personal Krispy Kremes

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good news everyone, the grl is back in town! I will be posting more , updates about her progress through town, draining people of blood like a leech and causing all electronics to fry. pls begin carving protective emblems from yew and do not invite strangers into your homes #whew #drama

no one has sent me this, and google has not helped. do you want the music video or not

what's the app to message all your followers, I'm gonna use it this evening to tell them to follow my new account and also send them a cool music video

pick one? look, chronic indecision is real, and strong, and not my friend

my KZNK account: @mardiroos
my bofa account:

I truly hope that this trinity will not be disrupted but the time may have come for the Sam of .social to retire

do i gotta finally cut ties with .social

goodnight folks, sleep well. be as kind as you can.

doing the devilman crybaby run down to cvs to get a sprite

anyway! afaik this is just a theory, so take this all with a grain of salt! the video I linked has lots more footage of a man swinging a viking sword around if you're interested. thank you for coming to my TED talk.

why is this important? well! the theory goes: the sword was not meant to manipulated precisely like later european swords, but to be swung more like an axe or mace! the weight being higher significantly increases the torque.

the wide pommel, on the other hand, locks the sword into your palm, allowing it to pivot without flying out as you let the sword's weight do the work.

(the attached gif is from

the slow tapering of the blade (and thus relatively even weight distribution) meant the balance of the sword is relatively high (only somewhat counterbalanced by the wide heavy pommel).

this is somewhat in contract to more evenly tapering swords, which taper to keep the balance point towards the grip, making the sword more manageable.

(the above are technically type Xs but they are close enough to the Viking blade for illustrative purposes)

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probably the two most distinctive (and consistent) features of the classic viking sword are the slow tapering of the blade and the wide, heavy pommel.

saw an interesting theory about viking swords last year which I will share with you all

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@mardiroos OF Mans First Disobedience, and the [Toot]
Of that Forbidden [instance], whose mortal tast
Brought Death into the World, and all our woe,
With loss of Eden, till one greater Man
Restore us, and regain the blissful Seat,
Sing Heav'nly Muse, that on the secret top
Of Oreb, or of Sinai, didst inspire
That Shepherd, who first [boosted] the chosen [toot],

sword hours? 

i post all my best toots in an unfederated instance with a single user: me. if you catch my eye, or fav enough of my toots, i might just let you in there, for a brief moment, before banning you forever. paradise was not meant for mortal eyes.

reading poems over the phone to my sapio gf

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