Witches who can only cast spells through rhymed verse locked in an epic rap battle.
current mood: tamagotchi after it poops
too hot to handle
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1. coarse, obscene, or licentious, usually in a humourous or mocking way.
2. a ribald person.
Etymology: from Middle English ribald, ribaud (noun) < Old French ribau(l)d, equivalent to rib(er) “to be licentious” < Old High German rīben “to copulate, be in heat, literally, rub”.
As close as you will ever be to a nuclear explosion
THIS IS FUCKING TERRIFYING
No thank you.
The columns of smoke in the foreground are telephone poles boiling
Let Dr. Seuss explain these stories, kids.
i need full versions of these stat
Everyone else in this photo is oblivious. It’s killing me.
Nonce-word: the desire of revenging oneself or of taking vengeance.
Etymology: from Latin vindicta ”vengeance” + volens, present participle of velle ”to wish”, modeled after malevolence.
I love this show so much!!!
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