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the rage: Asian Giant Hornets are still the rage if you are an entomologist in the US right now. Enjoy this dump of all the murder hornet memes
the rage: Asian Giant Hornets are still the rage if you are an entomologist in the US right now. Enjoy this dump of all the murder hornet memes

Asian Giant Hornets are still the rage if you are an entomologist in the US right now. Enjoy this dump of all the murder hornet memes

the rage: bearsister Is there any hatred stronger than the rage kids get towards Barney the dinosaur as soon as they are just a little too old for Barney the dinosaur 30-seconds-to-marx So, this guy, Martin Pistorius, fell into a coma when he was 12 years old and eventually awoke completely paralyzed, at least physically. He was misdiagnosed. Doctors believed he was in a completely vegetative state, but in reality, he had regained full consciousness and awareness. He just didn't possess any motor function, so he couldn't communicate to anyone that he was alive in there. He lived this way for 12 years before he overcame it by sheer force of will and was given the tools to communicate. He tells his story in his book, Ghost Boy. Since then he's also been the subject of the first episode of Invisibilia on NPR and had his own TedTalk. Anyway, the breaking point that incited his plan of escape was being forced to watch Barney reruns all day, everyday at his care center. Sitting in front of the TV, he learned to tell the time by the shadows on the wall. If he had time he could know when Barney would end. With the ability to measure his days, he was able to pull himself out of the void and ultimately start down the path to recovery Today, Martin can communicate whatever he wants with the help of a computer program but there's one thing he can't articulate: "I cannot even express to you how much I hated Barney So it turns out that the primal hatred people have toward Barney is strong enough to pull a disembodied consciousness out of the abyss of existential despair and into the physical world out of pure spite Source: bearsister 98,493 notes This is actually true!!
the rage: bearsister
 Is there any hatred stronger than the rage
 kids get towards Barney the dinosaur as soon
 as they are just a little too old for Barney the
 dinosaur
 30-seconds-to-marx
 So, this guy, Martin Pistorius, fell into a coma
 when he was 12 years old and eventually
 awoke completely paralyzed, at least
 physically. He was misdiagnosed. Doctors
 believed he was in a completely vegetative
 state, but in reality, he had regained full
 consciousness and awareness. He just didn't
 possess any motor function, so he couldn't
 communicate to anyone that he was alive in
 there. He lived this way for 12 years before
 he overcame it by sheer force of will and was
 given the tools to communicate. He tells his
 story in his book, Ghost Boy. Since then he's
 also been the subject of the first episode of
 Invisibilia on NPR and had his own TedTalk.
 Anyway, the breaking point that incited his
 plan of escape was being forced to watch
 Barney reruns all day, everyday at his care
 center. Sitting in front of the TV, he learned to
 tell the time by the shadows on the wall. If he
 had time he could know when Barney would
 end. With the ability to measure his days, he
 was able to pull himself out of the void and
 ultimately start down the path to recovery
 Today, Martin can communicate whatever he
 wants with the help of a computer program
 but there's one thing he can't articulate: "I
 cannot even express to you how much I hated
 Barney
 So it turns out that the primal hatred people
 have toward Barney is strong enough to pull a
 disembodied consciousness out of the abyss
 of existential despair and into the physical
 world out of pure spite
 Source: bearsister
 98,493 notes
This is actually true!!

This is actually true!!

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the rage: The Newest Purge Film Is Taking You Back To How lt All Began With "The First Purge" @balleralert THE FIRST PURGE JULY 4 The Newest Purge Film Is Taking You Back To How It All Began With "The First Purge"- Blogged by: @RaquelHarrisTV ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ For all you horror film fans, specifically of the ThePurge franchise, get ready because its fourth project is coming soon and it’s taking you back to the beginning. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The newest “Purge” film will be a prequel and will tell the story of the “first Purge night,” announced Universal-Comcast Corp. The film will be titled, “The First Purge” and will still be produced by Blumhouse and Platinum Dunes. Writer-director James DeMonaco, the original writer of the series, will be coming back and will work alongside Gerard McMurray, who will be directing. 'The First Purge' will follow the same release date as its predecessor, 'The Purge: Election Year', and will debut the weekend of 4th of July. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ If you’ve never seen any of the films, you might think it’s just like any other horror film. However, unlike any other scary movie 'The Purge' has continuously taken steps to highlight the injustices and greed of America, tackling issues like homelessness, racism and institutional and political oppression. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Here is the synopsis of 'The First Purge': “To push the crime rate below one percent for the rest of the year, the New Founding Fathers of America (NFFA) test a sociological theory that vents aggression for one night in one isolated community. But when the violence of oppressors meets the rage of the marginalized, the contagion will explode from the trial-city borders and spread across the nation.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ This time the film’s creators may just take a few jabs at Trump and his followers by the looks of their poster. Will you be watching?
the rage: The Newest Purge Film Is Taking You Back
 To How lt All Began With "The First Purge"
 @balleralert
 THE FIRST
 PURGE
 JULY 4
The Newest Purge Film Is Taking You Back To How It All Began With "The First Purge"- Blogged by: @RaquelHarrisTV ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ For all you horror film fans, specifically of the ThePurge franchise, get ready because its fourth project is coming soon and it’s taking you back to the beginning. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The newest “Purge” film will be a prequel and will tell the story of the “first Purge night,” announced Universal-Comcast Corp. The film will be titled, “The First Purge” and will still be produced by Blumhouse and Platinum Dunes. Writer-director James DeMonaco, the original writer of the series, will be coming back and will work alongside Gerard McMurray, who will be directing. 'The First Purge' will follow the same release date as its predecessor, 'The Purge: Election Year', and will debut the weekend of 4th of July. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ If you’ve never seen any of the films, you might think it’s just like any other horror film. However, unlike any other scary movie 'The Purge' has continuously taken steps to highlight the injustices and greed of America, tackling issues like homelessness, racism and institutional and political oppression. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Here is the synopsis of 'The First Purge': “To push the crime rate below one percent for the rest of the year, the New Founding Fathers of America (NFFA) test a sociological theory that vents aggression for one night in one isolated community. But when the violence of oppressors meets the rage of the marginalized, the contagion will explode from the trial-city borders and spread across the nation.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ This time the film’s creators may just take a few jabs at Trump and his followers by the looks of their poster. Will you be watching?

The Newest Purge Film Is Taking You Back To How It All Began With "The First Purge"- Blogged by: @RaquelHarrisTV ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ For...

the rage: bearsister Is there any hatred stronger than the rage kids get towards Barney the dinosaur as soon as they are just a little too old for Barney the dinosaur 30-seconds-to-marx So, this guy, Martin Pistorius, fell into a coma when he was 12 years old and eventually awoke completely paralyzed, at least physically. He was misdiagnosed. Doctors believed he was in a completely vegetative state, but in reality, he had regained full consciousness and awareness. He just didn't possess any motor function, so he couldn't communicate to anyone that he was alive in there. He lived this way for 12 years before he overcame it by sheer force of will and was given the tools to communicate. He tells his story in his book, Ghost Boy. Since then he's also been the subject of the first episode of Invisibilia on NPR and had his own TedTalk. Anyway, the breaking point that incited his plan of escape was being forced to watch Barney reruns all day, everyday at his care center. Sitting in front of the TV, he learned to tell the time by the shadows on the wall. If he had time he could know when Barney would end. With the ability to measure his days, he was able to pull himself out of the void and ultimately start down the path to recovery. Today, Martin can communicate whatever he wants with the help of a computer program but there's one thing he can't articulate: "I cannot even express to you how much I hated Barney So it turns out that the primal hatred people have toward Barney is strong enough to pull a disembodied consciousness out of the abyss of existential despair and into the physical world out of pure spite Source: bearsister 98,493 notes Poster boy for barney hate
the rage: bearsister
 Is there any hatred stronger than the rage
 kids get towards Barney the dinosaur as soon
 as they are just a little too old for Barney the
 dinosaur
 30-seconds-to-marx
 So, this guy, Martin Pistorius, fell into a coma
 when he was 12 years old and eventually
 awoke completely paralyzed, at least
 physically. He was misdiagnosed. Doctors
 believed he was in a completely vegetative
 state, but in reality, he had regained full
 consciousness and awareness. He just didn't
 possess any motor function, so he couldn't
 communicate to anyone that he was alive in
 there. He lived this way for 12 years before
 he overcame it by sheer force of will and was
 given the tools to communicate. He tells his
 story in his book, Ghost Boy. Since then he's
 also been the subject of the first episode of
 Invisibilia on NPR and had his own TedTalk.
 Anyway, the breaking point that incited his
 plan of escape was being forced to watch
 Barney reruns all day, everyday at his care
 center. Sitting in front of the TV, he learned to
 tell the time by the shadows on the wall. If he
 had time he could know when Barney would
 end. With the ability to measure his days, he
 was able to pull himself out of the void and
 ultimately start down the path to recovery.
 Today, Martin can communicate whatever he
 wants with the help of a computer program
 but there's one thing he can't articulate: "I
 cannot even express to you how much I hated
 Barney
 So it turns out that the primal hatred people
 have toward Barney is strong enough to pull a
 disembodied consciousness out of the abyss
 of existential despair and into the physical
 world out of pure spite
 Source: bearsister
 98,493 notes
Poster boy for barney hate

Poster boy for barney hate

the rage: bearsister Is there any hatred stronger than the rage kids get towards Barney the dinosaur as soon as they are just a little too old for Barney the dinosaur 30-seconds-to-marx So, this guy, Martin Pistorius, fell into a coma when he was 12 years old and eventually awoke completely paralyzed, at least physically. He was misdiagnosed. Doctors believed he was in a completely vegetative state, but in reality, he had regained full consciousness and awareness. He just didn't possess any motor function, so he couldn't communicate to anyone that he was alive in there. He lived this way for 12 years before he overcame it by sheer force of will and was given the tools to communicate. He tells his story in his book, Ghost Boy. Since then he's also been the subject of the first episode of Invisibilia on NPR and had his own TedTalk Anyway, the breaking point that incited his plan of escape was being forced to watch Barney reruns all day, everyday at his care center. Sitting in front of the TV, he learned to tell the time by the shadows on the wall. If he had time he could know when Barney would end. With the ability to measure his days, he was able to pull himself out of the void and ultimately start down the path to recovery Today, Martin can communicate whatever he wants with the help of a computer program, but there's one thing he can't articulate: "I cannot even express to you how much I hated Barney. So it turns out that the primal hatred people have toward Barney is strong enough to pull a disembodied consciousness out of the abyss of existential despair and into the physical world out of pure spite 98,493 notes Rage
the rage: bearsister
 Is there any hatred stronger than the rage
 kids get towards Barney the dinosaur as soon
 as they are just a little too old for Barney the
 dinosaur
 30-seconds-to-marx
 So, this guy, Martin Pistorius, fell into a coma
 when he was 12 years old and eventually
 awoke completely paralyzed, at least
 physically. He was misdiagnosed. Doctors
 believed he was in a completely vegetative
 state, but in reality, he had regained full
 consciousness and awareness. He just didn't
 possess any motor function, so he couldn't
 communicate to anyone that he was alive in
 there. He lived this way for 12 years before
 he overcame it by sheer force of will and was
 given the tools to communicate. He tells his
 story in his book, Ghost Boy. Since then he's
 also been the subject of the first episode of
 Invisibilia on NPR and had his own TedTalk
 Anyway, the breaking point that incited his
 plan of escape was being forced to watch
 Barney reruns all day, everyday at his care
 center. Sitting in front of the TV, he learned to
 tell the time by the shadows on the wall. If he
 had time he could know when Barney would
 end. With the ability to measure his days, he
 was able to pull himself out of the void and
 ultimately start down the path to recovery
 Today, Martin can communicate whatever he
 wants with the help of a computer program,
 but there's one thing he can't articulate: "I
 cannot even express to you how much I hated
 Barney.
 So it turns out that the primal hatred people
 have toward Barney is strong enough to pull a
 disembodied consciousness out of the abyss
 of existential despair and into the physical
 world out of pure spite
 98,493 notes
Rage

Rage

the rage: bearsister Is there any hatred stronger than the rage kids get towards Barney the dinosaur as soon as they are just a little too old for Barney the dinosaur 30-seconds-to-marx So, this guy, Martin Pistorius, fell into a coma when he was 12 years old and eventually awoke completely paralyzed, at least physically. He was misdiagnosed. Doctors believed he was in a completely vegetative state, but in reality, he had regained full consciousness and awareness. He just didn't possess any motor function, so he couldn't communicate to anyone that he was alive in there. He lived this way for 12 years before he overcame it by sheer force of will and was given the tools to communicate. He tells his story in his book, Ghost Boy. Since then he's also been the subject of the first episode of Invisibilia on NPR and had his own TedTalk Anyway, the breaking point that incited his plan of escape was being forced to watch Barney reruns all day, everyday at his care center. Sitting in front of the TV, he learned to tell the time by the shadows on the wall. If he had time he could know when Barney would end. With the ability to measure his days, he was able to pull himself out of the void and ultimately start down the path to recovery Today, Martin can communicate whatever he wants with the help of a computer program, but there's one thing he can't articulate: "I cannot even express to you how much I hated Barney. So it turns out that the primal hatred people have toward Barney is strong enough to pull a disembodied consciousness out of the abyss of existential despair and into the physical world out of pure spite 98,493 notes Rage
the rage: bearsister
 Is there any hatred stronger than the rage
 kids get towards Barney the dinosaur as soon
 as they are just a little too old for Barney the
 dinosaur
 30-seconds-to-marx
 So, this guy, Martin Pistorius, fell into a coma
 when he was 12 years old and eventually
 awoke completely paralyzed, at least
 physically. He was misdiagnosed. Doctors
 believed he was in a completely vegetative
 state, but in reality, he had regained full
 consciousness and awareness. He just didn't
 possess any motor function, so he couldn't
 communicate to anyone that he was alive in
 there. He lived this way for 12 years before
 he overcame it by sheer force of will and was
 given the tools to communicate. He tells his
 story in his book, Ghost Boy. Since then he's
 also been the subject of the first episode of
 Invisibilia on NPR and had his own TedTalk
 Anyway, the breaking point that incited his
 plan of escape was being forced to watch
 Barney reruns all day, everyday at his care
 center. Sitting in front of the TV, he learned to
 tell the time by the shadows on the wall. If he
 had time he could know when Barney would
 end. With the ability to measure his days, he
 was able to pull himself out of the void and
 ultimately start down the path to recovery
 Today, Martin can communicate whatever he
 wants with the help of a computer program,
 but there's one thing he can't articulate: "I
 cannot even express to you how much I hated
 Barney.
 So it turns out that the primal hatred people
 have toward Barney is strong enough to pull a
 disembodied consciousness out of the abyss
 of existential despair and into the physical
 world out of pure spite
 98,493 notes
Rage

Rage

the rage: bearsister Is there any hatred stronger than the rage kids get towards Barney the dinosaur as soon as they are just a little too old for Barney the dinosaur 30-seconds-to-marx So, this guy, Martin Pistorius, fell into a coma when he was 12 years old and eventually awoke completely paralyzed, at least physically. He was misdiagnosed. Doctors believed he was in a completely vegetative state, but in reality, he had regained full consciousness and awareness. He just didn't possess any motor function, so he couldn't communicate to anyone that he was alive in there. He lived this way for 12 years before he overcame it by sheer force of will and was given the tools to communicate. He tells his story in his book, Ghost Boy. Since then he's also been the subject of the first episode of Invisibilia on NPR and had his own TedTalk. Anyway, the breaking point that incited his plan of escape was being forced to watch Barney reruns all day, everyday at his care center. Sitting in front of the TV, he learned to tell the time by the shadows on the wall. If he had time he could know when Barney would end. With the ability to measure his days, he was able to pull himself out of the void and ultimately start down the path to recovery Today, Martin can communicate whatever he wants with the help of a computer program but there's one thing he can't articulate: "I cannot even express to you how much I hated Barney. So it turns out that the primal hatred people have toward Barney is strong enough to pull a disembodied consciousness out of the abyss of existential despair and into the physical world out of pure spite Source: bearsister 98,493 notes Barney
the rage: bearsister
 Is there any hatred stronger than the rage
 kids get towards Barney the dinosaur as soon
 as they are just a little too old for Barney the
 dinosaur
 30-seconds-to-marx
 So, this guy, Martin Pistorius, fell into a coma
 when he was 12 years old and eventually
 awoke completely paralyzed, at least
 physically. He was misdiagnosed. Doctors
 believed he was in a completely vegetative
 state, but in reality, he had regained full
 consciousness and awareness. He just didn't
 possess any motor function, so he couldn't
 communicate to anyone that he was alive in
 there. He lived this way for 12 years before
 he overcame it by sheer force of will and was
 given the tools to communicate. He tells his
 story in his book, Ghost Boy. Since then he's
 also been the subject of the first episode of
 Invisibilia on NPR and had his own TedTalk.
 Anyway, the breaking point that incited his
 plan of escape was being forced to watch
 Barney reruns all day, everyday at his care
 center. Sitting in front of the TV, he learned to
 tell the time by the shadows on the wall. If he
 had time he could know when Barney would
 end. With the ability to measure his days, he
 was able to pull himself out of the void and
 ultimately start down the path to recovery
 Today, Martin can communicate whatever he
 wants with the help of a computer program
 but there's one thing he can't articulate: "I
 cannot even express to you how much I hated
 Barney.
 So it turns out that the primal hatred people
 have toward Barney is strong enough to pull a
 disembodied consciousness out of the abyss
 of existential despair and into the physical
 world out of pure spite
 Source: bearsister
 98,493 notes
Barney

Barney

the rage: bearsister Is there any hatred stronger than the rage kids get towards Barney the dinosaur as soon as they are just a little too old for Barney the dinosaur 30-seconds-to-marx So, this guy, Martin Pistorius, fell into a coma when he was 12 years old and eventually awoke completely paralyzed, at least physically. He was misdiagnosed. Doctors believed he was in a completely vegetative state, but in reality, he had regained full consciousness and awareness. He just didn't possess any motor function, so he couldn't communicate to anyone that he was alive in there. He lived this way for 12 vears before he overcame it by sheer force of will and was given the tools to communicate. He tells his story in his book, Ghost Boy. Since then he's also been the subject of the first episode of Invisibilia on NPR and had his own TedTalk. Anyway, the breaking point that incited his plan of escape was being forced to watch Barney reruns all day, everyday at his care center. Sitting in front of the TV he learned to tell the time by the shadows on the wall. If he had time he could know when Barney would end. With the ability to measure his days, he was able to pull himself out of the void and ultimately start down the path to recovery Today, Martin can communicate whatever he wants with the help of a computer program but there's one thing he can't articulate: "l cannot even express to you how much I hated Barney" So it turns out that the primal hatred people have toward Barney is strong enough to pull a disembodied consciousness out of the abyss of existential despair and into the physical world out of pure spite Source: bearsister 98,493 notes The Barney hate is real, folks
the rage: bearsister
 Is there any hatred stronger than the rage
 kids get towards Barney the dinosaur as soon
 as they are just a little too old for Barney the
 dinosaur
 30-seconds-to-marx
 So, this guy, Martin Pistorius, fell into a coma
 when he was 12 years old and eventually
 awoke completely paralyzed, at least
 physically. He was misdiagnosed. Doctors
 believed he was in a completely vegetative
 state, but in reality, he had regained full
 consciousness and awareness. He just didn't
 possess any motor function, so he couldn't
 communicate to anyone that he was alive in
 there. He lived this way for 12 vears before
 he overcame it by sheer force of will and was
 given the tools to communicate. He tells his
 story in his book, Ghost Boy. Since then he's
 also been the subject of the first episode of
 Invisibilia on NPR and had his own TedTalk.
 Anyway, the breaking point that incited his
 plan of escape was being forced to watch
 Barney reruns all day, everyday at his care
 center. Sitting in front of the TV he learned to
 tell the time by the shadows on the wall. If he
 had time he could know when Barney would
 end. With the ability to measure his days, he
 was able to pull himself out of the void and
 ultimately start down the path to recovery
 Today, Martin can communicate whatever he
 wants with the help of a computer program
 but there's one thing he can't articulate: "l
 cannot even express to you how much I hated
 Barney"
 So it turns out that the primal hatred people
 have toward Barney is strong enough to pull a
 disembodied consciousness out of the abyss
 of existential despair and into the physical
 world out of pure spite
 Source: bearsister
 98,493 notes
The Barney hate is real, folks

The Barney hate is real, folks

the rage: bearsister Is there any hatred stronger than the rage kids get towards Barney the dinosaur as soon as they are just a little too old for Barney the dinosaur 30-seconds-to-marx So, this guy, Martin Pistorius, fell into a coma when he was 12 years old and eventually awoke completely paralyzed, at least physically. He was misdiagnosed. Doctors believed he was in a completely vegetative state, but in reality, he had regained full consciousness and awareness. He just didn't possess any motor function, so he couldn't communicate to anyone that he was alive in there. He lived this way for 12 vears before he overcame it by sheer force of will and was given the tools to communicate. He tells his story in his book, Ghost Boy. Since then he's also been the subject of the first episode of Invisibilia on NPR and had his own TedTalk. Anyway, the breaking point that incited his plan of escape was being forced to watch Barney reruns all day, everyday at his care center. Sitting in front of the TV he learned to tell the time by the shadows on the wall. If he had time he could know when Barney would end. With the ability to measure his days, he was able to pull himself out of the void and ultimately start down the path to recovery Today, Martin can communicate whatever he wants with the help of a computer program but there's one thing he can't articulate: "l cannot even express to you how much I hated Barney" So it turns out that the primal hatred people have toward Barney is strong enough to pull a disembodied consciousness out of the abyss of existential despair and into the physical world out of pure spite Source: bearsister 98,493 notes The Barney hate is real, folks
the rage: bearsister
 Is there any hatred stronger than the rage
 kids get towards Barney the dinosaur as soon
 as they are just a little too old for Barney the
 dinosaur
 30-seconds-to-marx
 So, this guy, Martin Pistorius, fell into a coma
 when he was 12 years old and eventually
 awoke completely paralyzed, at least
 physically. He was misdiagnosed. Doctors
 believed he was in a completely vegetative
 state, but in reality, he had regained full
 consciousness and awareness. He just didn't
 possess any motor function, so he couldn't
 communicate to anyone that he was alive in
 there. He lived this way for 12 vears before
 he overcame it by sheer force of will and was
 given the tools to communicate. He tells his
 story in his book, Ghost Boy. Since then he's
 also been the subject of the first episode of
 Invisibilia on NPR and had his own TedTalk.
 Anyway, the breaking point that incited his
 plan of escape was being forced to watch
 Barney reruns all day, everyday at his care
 center. Sitting in front of the TV he learned to
 tell the time by the shadows on the wall. If he
 had time he could know when Barney would
 end. With the ability to measure his days, he
 was able to pull himself out of the void and
 ultimately start down the path to recovery
 Today, Martin can communicate whatever he
 wants with the help of a computer program
 but there's one thing he can't articulate: "l
 cannot even express to you how much I hated
 Barney"
 So it turns out that the primal hatred people
 have toward Barney is strong enough to pull a
 disembodied consciousness out of the abyss
 of existential despair and into the physical
 world out of pure spite
 Source: bearsister
 98,493 notes
The Barney hate is real, folks

The Barney hate is real, folks