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sixpenceee:

Pictures From Another Time
In 1997, a woman named Rita Swift found an old roll of undeveloped film. It had a note attached “taken in our backyard Sep. 1969”. Rita took the roll in for developing but the photo lab and, to everyone’s amazement, 19 of the 20 pictures developed successfully.
The first 16 pictures were typical photos of Rita’s 5-year-old daughter, her cat, her swing set and other normal backyard pictures but pictures 17 through 19 turned out a bit different. As you can see, it appears that these last three pictures which were also taken in the backyard in 1969 display a different event of a time long ago when Native Americans owned the land.
If real, the images in these pictures would date anywhere from the 17th or 18th century. (Source)
sixpenceee:

Pictures From Another Time
In 1997, a woman named Rita Swift found an old roll of undeveloped film. It had a note attached “taken in our backyard Sep. 1969”. Rita took the roll in for developing but the photo lab and, to everyone’s amazement, 19 of the 20 pictures developed successfully.
The first 16 pictures were typical photos of Rita’s 5-year-old daughter, her cat, her swing set and other normal backyard pictures but pictures 17 through 19 turned out a bit different. As you can see, it appears that these last three pictures which were also taken in the backyard in 1969 display a different event of a time long ago when Native Americans owned the land.
If real, the images in these pictures would date anywhere from the 17th or 18th century. (Source)
sixpenceee:

Pictures From Another Time
In 1997, a woman named Rita Swift found an old roll of undeveloped film. It had a note attached “taken in our backyard Sep. 1969”. Rita took the roll in for developing but the photo lab and, to everyone’s amazement, 19 of the 20 pictures developed successfully.
The first 16 pictures were typical photos of Rita’s 5-year-old daughter, her cat, her swing set and other normal backyard pictures but pictures 17 through 19 turned out a bit different. As you can see, it appears that these last three pictures which were also taken in the backyard in 1969 display a different event of a time long ago when Native Americans owned the land.
If real, the images in these pictures would date anywhere from the 17th or 18th century. (Source)
sixpenceee:

Pictures From Another Time
In 1997, a woman named Rita Swift found an old roll of undeveloped film. It had a note attached “taken in our backyard Sep. 1969”. Rita took the roll in for developing but the photo lab and, to everyone’s amazement, 19 of the 20 pictures developed successfully.
The first 16 pictures were typical photos of Rita’s 5-year-old daughter, her cat, her swing set and other normal backyard pictures but pictures 17 through 19 turned out a bit different. As you can see, it appears that these last three pictures which were also taken in the backyard in 1969 display a different event of a time long ago when Native Americans owned the land.
If real, the images in these pictures would date anywhere from the 17th or 18th century. (Source)

sixpenceee:

Pictures From Another Time

In 1997, a woman named Rita Swift found an old roll of undeveloped film. It had a note attached “taken in our backyard Sep. 1969”. Rita took the roll in for developing but the photo lab and, to everyone’s amazement, 19 of the 20 pictures developed successfully.

The first 16 pictures were typical photos of Rita’s 5-year-old daughter, her cat, her swing set and other normal backyard pictures but pictures 17 through 19 turned out a bit different. As you can see, it appears that these last three pictures which were also taken in the backyard in 1969 display a different event of a time long ago when Native Americans owned the land.

If real, the images in these pictures would date anywhere from the 17th or 18th century. (Source)

thepumpkinqueenn:

Gooey Monster Cookies 

Ingredients

  • 1 White Cake Mix Box
  • 1/2 cup butter softened
  • 1/2 tsp. vanilla
  • 1 8 oz. Cream Cheese Bar softened
  • 1 egg
  • Powdered Sugar
  • Food Coloring
  • Candy Eyeballs

Instructions

  1. Beat butter, vanilla, egg and cream cheese until fluffy.
  2. Mix in cake mix. Divide batter into bowls for the amount of colors you want.
  3. Add food coloring to each individual bowl and mix until all combined.
  4. Chill for 30 minutes.
  5. Roll into balls and dip in a bowl of powdered sugar.
  6. Place on greased cookie sheet and pat down a bit.
  7. Bake at 350 for 10-12 minutes
  8. Add candy eyeballs while cookies are still warm. ENJOY!

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1010meha:

OK SO THE 

Principality of Wy

IS A LEGIT MICRO-COUNTRY

HERE’S THE PRINCE:

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AND SO APPARENTLY THE ONLY REASON PEOPLE KNOW THIS COUNTRY EVEN EXISTS is because

THATS RIGHT PEOPLE

HETALIA.

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SO THE PRINCE WAS SO GRATEFUL TO HIDAKEZ HIMARUYA

HE PAINTED THIS:image

NOTICE WY WITH HER TRADEMARK CLOTHING, HAIR AND PAINTBRUSH.

AND SEALAND IN THE BACKGROUND

GODDAMN HETALIA

YOU HAVE ATTRACTED THE ATTENTION OF THE PRINCE OF WY

WOW 

JUST

WOW

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