YOU CAME TO THE WRONG NEIGHBORHOOD, MOTHERFUCKER
THAT IS THE ANGRIEST ZEBRA I HAVE EVER SEEN IN MY LIFE
IT GETS FUNNIER THE MORE I WATCH IT
LOLOL I START LAUGHING EVEN HARDER WHEN I JUST IMAGINE THE ZEBRA’S VOICE SAYING “YOU CAME TO THE WRONG NEIGHBORHOOD MOTHAFUCKA! GET YO ASS BACK HERE, I’MMA FUCK YO SHIT UP!” *Dead* LOLOL
OKAY SERIOUS TALK GUYS!
This clown has been seen over the past few weeks around Mansfield, Chesterfield and Doncaster, I haven’t seen a post about it on here and I really want people to know about it.
Okay so first of all besides it being really frickin creepy to begin with (designed to look like pennywise the clown) it has been roaming the streets at night time, it was started out by a student film director who was doing it for fun, but it has sparked a few people to take it farther.
Some of the clowns have been tapping on windows, trying to get children out of the house (Reportedly) also it is believed that some of them have knives and are marked as dangerous.
Please please please if you live in these areas or know someone who does, especially of they have kids, could you signal boost this? I just really want people to be safe!!
I heard friends say that he’s been sighted in Nottingham and Lincoln as well. Good thing I live on the 6th floor. Hard to tap my window.
There’s not just one, and they’re in sheffield too, a girl from my year got a picture of one on the road that my school is on. They will follow you home, muggings have been reported, although it is not believed that they go into buildings or actually attack anyone with their knives.
Apparently there is one in Lancashire and burnley too! Pls be careful!
They walk inside people’s houses if the doors aren’t locked. They also aren’t near my town, but everyone’s talking about them.
there was one at my school a couple of weeks ago and we got told that if you see one to report where they are to the police straight away
WHAT THE FUCK IS GOING ON IN ENGLAND
Can you make the face that you’re making on that poster? x
You’ve been blogging for a while. Let’s stretch your necks!
To the left
Now to the right…
And back to your right
And now one last time, you can do it…
And now the right again
THIS IS VERY MOTIVATING
There’s nothing about this picture that I don’t like.
"For the Angel’s sake, Tess, why do you women wear these bloody things?" Will groused as he gave the laces another hearty tug. Tessa held herself steady, unused to the strength behind the yanks on her corset.
"Because it’s proper, Will," she answered him in a clipped voice. True, she was more comfortable out of the device, but she couldn’t possibly dream of leaving their home without one. "Not wearing one is paramount to walking about naked."
Will leered at her in the mirror and Tessa had to resist the urge to change her facial features into those of his mother. The only thought stopping her was that her corset might unlace and she’d be stuck waiting through another half an hour of complaining and wrestling with whale bone and lace until she’d reach this same point again.
"There are worse things," he murmured to her before giving another rough tug on the laces. Tessa took an experimental breath. No, still too loose.
"You’re almost there, Will. And would you really want other men to see me the way you do?" Her eyes sparkled at him in the mirror and Tessa delighted in the way his blue eyes darkened, going from bright to stormy in a split second. She could always tell how her WIlliam felt just by looking into his eyes.
"Never," he rasped. "You’re mine to look at, and mine alone."
Tessa huffed. “I am not a possession, William Herondale, and you would do well to remember that.” Despite that, though, her heart still swelled, knowing he’d defend and protect her. He’d fight for her.
Will gave one last pull on the laces and Tessa sighed in relief. “There. Now you just have to tie it so it doesn’t come undone. And none of your silly Shadowhunter knots, do you hear me? A bow, William.”
Will grumbled good naturedly as his fingers began the task of tying his wife- his wife- a bow. “I am a man and men do not tie frilly bows.”
Tessa quirked an eyebrow at him in the mirror. “A bow will make it easier to remove tonight.”
"A bow it is."