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cybergata:

Elephants walking through a rain forest.

i thought these were bunnies in a field of grass but ok


Oh God I thought it too.

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    cybergata:

    Elephants walking through a rain forest.

    i thought these were bunnies in a field of grass but ok

    Oh God I thought it too.

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    me: i can’t my house is on fire

    gf: i’m horny and wanna suck your dic..

    me:image

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  8. 
The New World Shopping Mall has been abandoned since 1999. It shut its doors after being condemned by local regulators. A few years later a massive fire destroyed the structure’s roof. Not long after that monsoon rains flooded the lower floors.
As a way to combat the spread of mosquitoes and other insects breeding in the stagnant water, locals introduced koi and catfish to the former mall. Not only did the fish take care of the pest problem, they’ve thrived. It is now one of the world’s largest urban ponds.

    The New World Shopping Mall has been abandoned since 1999. It shut its doors after being condemned by local regulators. A few years later a massive fire destroyed the structure’s roof. Not long after that monsoon rains flooded the lower floors.

    As a way to combat the spread of mosquitoes and other insects breeding in the stagnant water, locals introduced koi and catfish to the former mall. Not only did the fish take care of the pest problem, they’ve thrived. It is now one of the world’s largest urban ponds.

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