ALL RIGHT, I’m tired of trying to sell this.
LET’S DO A RANDOM GIVEAWAY YAAAAAAAY.
I bought a new tablet to replace my old Wacom BAMBOO FUN (CTE-650) tablet (because I thought I had lost the pen and jumped the gun, thereby buying a new one for no reason, yay~! My malfunctioning mind is to your benefit!)
I will include the tablet drivers CD, the pen, the mouse, and the little software bundle it came with that has Photoshop Elements and some other photo-editing software (Corel Draw or something?)
DEADLINE WILL BE 31 MAY, 2013 at MIDNIGHT!
HERE ARE THE RULES:
- Likes will not count!
- Reblog up to 5 times—but don’t be that guy who spams your followers, please.
- I will use a number generator the night of 31st May/ morning of 1st June—AT THE DEADLINE
- The winner will have 24 hours to respond with his/her address or else another winner will be chosen.
- Oh look, since it’s a giveaway, FREE EXPEDITE SHIPPING.
- *I will ship overseas, yes, but it will not be expedited if you are not within the United States. This is not a punishment, merely a financial issue.
- You don’t have to be following me to be a participant! But, follows would be nice!
- *Note: Wacom’s site offers drivers for all of their tablets, for Linux, Mac, and Windows.
Well. Have at it.
One day we’ll be in a Marvel movie, sitting there as something doesn’t feel right. and as the credits start to roll we’ll know what it is. It will flash up on screen and our hearts will break. “In loving memory of Stan Lee”. There was no cameo in that movie. And there never will be again.
Raven understood what being a teenager was really like.
Kingdom Hearts 2: Auron's limit attack
1997 v/s 2013
Workout buddies come in all sizes.
he looks a little worried
“fuc- it’s getting faster-runrunrunrunrunshitshitshitshitshit”
drawing is srs bsns
My favortie scene in that movie
my thoughts and prayers goes out to you americans who have never tasted kinder eggs
wait there are mean eggs
you poor soul
Actually it is more than just a toaster; it is a short story.
“Finally” denotes anticipation.
“My mom” is character development: you have a mom.
“Bought a toaster” is the clear resolution of the story.
It speaks volumes.
its just a toaster
Don’t say that