Here are 7 things that makes me happy: RHCP, Tim Burton, Books/Writing, Walt Disney World, the number 7, Harry Potter, to travel.
Kyle Ayers is in your internets.
A couple ran onto my roof and starting breaking up, right in front of a bunch of people who were just up there hanging out. I live tweeted the breakup.
~Sticks And Stones~
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i don't think i make a turtle face
Yes. That is the definition of trick-or-treating, Jess.
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