I love how it took him a moment
they’re not jokes, they’re riddles
when ur alarm goes off on a school day and you just
Lucky you, it’s just me.
Me when I hear let it go playing very very softly from somewhere at the other end of the house but I can still hear it because it is the frozen mating call and it is summoning all of us so we can all join as one and live in the remote regions of Madagascar and sing frozen songs all day and be happy
We can create a Frozen tribal colony in Norway and we’ll sing Vuelie all day long and it will be beautiful.
when’s the ship leave?
get it? ship.
EHY DOES MY POST HAVE 442 NOTES
THE SHIP LEAVES THE 28TH
BOOST THIS PODT SO NO ONE GETS LEFT BEHIND
Because were family and family means no one gets left behind or forgotten (I’m also obsessed with lilo and stitch whoops)
The shores of Madagascar look mighty fine right now
the westborow godhatesgoths website’s ‘warning signs that your child may be a goth’ is my favorite thing because
yeah getting doctor who pins is considered “goth”
oops i guess thats all of you
didnt you use the internet to create this website…?
breaking news: shakespeare may have been a goth!
are you even..?
yeah people that try to make friends are goths
That’s it guys I’m soooo punk hardcore goth
The Roman Gladius
From the 3rd Century BC the Romans adopted the gladius style sword from the Celtiberian tribes of Hispania (modern day Spain). It was then issued as the main combat weapon of the Roman Legionary. With a maximum length of only 32” it was suited to the Roman’s close combat fighting style.
Variations of the gladius were created with a longer bladed version for mounted cavalry troops and a wooden training version was used by both the army and in gladiatorial schools. The ultimate honour for a gladiator in Ancient Rome was to be presented with a wooden gladius (rudis) which stated that they were now free.