I'm Kyle. I'm pretty much the most important person on the internet. Don't tell my parents.

 

peopleofmotorcity:

Do you guys see all these cool people??? Do you see something they all have in common?  THEY ALL HAVE THE AWESOME NEW SHIRTS THAT TITMOUSE JUST CAME OUT WITH!!!  So I guess if you want to be cool like Rebecca Sugar and Pendalton Ward and all these other people you should probably head over to www.titmousestuff.com and grab yourself one!

BUT WAIT, THERE’S MOAR  D:

The folks upstairs gave me a discount code for you all to use to get 10% of, so when the time comes, make sure to use the code ‘PeopleofMC' and then give yourself a high-five, because hey, you deserve it.

Buy all these for me.

A Hardees that sells Mexican food as well. So now you can get alllll the diarrhea you want in one stop.

A Hardees that sells Mexican food as well. So now you can get alllll the diarrhea you want in one stop.

All alphabetized and categorized.

It’s medium-sized but respectable.

… That’s what’s she said.

All alphabetized and categorized.

It’s medium-sized but respectable.

… That’s what’s she said.

Donating plasma while sitting back with some classic literature.

Donating plasma while sitting back with some classic literature.

"Blood Feast" (1963)

Alternatively known as Egyptian Blood FeastThe Blood Feast, and Feast of Flesh.

Blood Feast is a 1963 American low budget splatter film directed by Herschell Gordon Lewis. It concerns a psychopathic food caterer who kills women so that he can include their body parts in his meals and perform sacrifices to his “Egyptian goddess” Ishtar. It is considered the first splatter film, and is notable for its groundbreaking depictions of on-screen gore.