i must inform u that u are wro ng
suggestion: get the guidebook app also I’ll message you the other stuff
i do not have the ability to do so u o u`
and yes okay thank u
What do you still need to do to get ready?
mnhh. i havent packed yet ahaa
i’m kinda just worried about schedule and stuff bc the people im going with are — not really on time a lot of the time fdjsalk; but i gu e ss it’ll all be okay in the end yeah 9v9`
its like the spirit of russia creeped into his soul
japan can most certainLY CARRY YAO WTF
RUDE TO MAKE HIM SLEEP ON THE FLOOR ?? JAPA N HIMSELF SLEEPS ON THE FL O OR
HEADCANON ACCEPTED I CANT BE LIE VE THIS THATS SO
wTF THATS ACTUALLY CUTE CHIBIHON IS C UTe
Dedicated can openers appeared in the 1850s and were of a primitive claw-shaped or “lever-type” design. In 1855, Robert Yeates, a cutlery and surgical instrument maker of Trafalgar Place West, Hackney Road, Middlesex, UK, devised the first claw-ended can opener with a hand-operated tool that haggled its way around the top of metal cans.
In 1858, another lever-type opener of a more complex shape was patented in the United States by Ezra Warner of Waterbury, Connecticut. It consisted of a sharp sickle, which was pushed into the can and sawed around its edge. A guard kept the sickle from penetrating too far into the can. The opener consisted of several parts which could be replaced if worn out, especially the sickle. This opener was adopted by the United States Army during theAmerican Civil War (1861–1865); however, its unprotected knife-like sickle was too dangerous for domestic use. A home-use opener named the “Bull’s head opener” was designed in 1865 and was supplied with cans of pickled beef named “Bully beef”. The opener was made of cast iron and had a very similar construction to the Yeates opener, but featured a more artistic shape and was the first move towards improving the look of the can opener. The bull-headed design was produced until the 1930s and was also offered with a fish-head shape.
here we go
did you connect at the centromere with charlie
iman oh my god
yes i did i refuse to make physical contact with anyone else in that class
i just pictured aph england reciting shakespeare in the shower