I have an idea son, why don’t we drive to the nearest cliff and see if the law of gravity applies to you.
my mom keeps calling Frozen, “Frozone”
A friend wanted some snazzy images for their Erwin roleplay profile. I was happy to oblige.
i associate everyone with their icon so if your icon is nicholas cage with a flower crown then that is what you look like in my head
Reddit user Dtooth0 posted the above photo on the site’s “WTF” thread Tuesday morning, with a caption explaining the picture was of a third-grade lesson on gravity. While the first several questions of the lesson are fairly straightforward, the last few questions clearly have a religious agenda.
In one such part of the lesson, students are told that “people who do not believe in God” cannot explain gravity.
The post had more than 3,500 comments by Tuesday afternoon. Commenters questioned whether the photo was real, and Dtooth0 explained the lesson was given to his daughter at a private religious school in Florida. When pressed for details, he declined to provide the name of the school for privacy reasons.
“The school is in Florida and is accredited. I noticed that the lesson held a copyright from an instate Christian University,” Dtooth0 said in the comments. “I so wish it were fake.”
If indeed real, the lesson is reminiscent of fourth-grade quiz that went viral last year. The quiz, from Blue Ridge Christian Academy in South Carolina, was peppered with creationist teachings, including the notion that God created dinosaurs. The school has since been shut down for financial reasons.
I actually finished a picture. Woah. This was for TrollTheCarry from like waaaay back and I should have been finished much sooner…LOL
But here ya have it Thresh and Blitz~
being attracted to a character but also feeling like you are that character and also pairing them with several other characters
He has been waiting all his life for this delicious moment