todays mini work out 💪
It’s been real Minnesota, but now it’s time to head back home. Thanks to @nicko_minaj for being a great host and showing me and @alinity around. This pic was from the state fair, which was McAwesome!!! #Minnesota #StateFair #Fam #Fun #ThisPicLooksGreenScreened #TwinCity
when the bae is horny but u sleeping
I love that you can clearly see Evans go “SHIT” and Stan go “WOW” and Scarlett definitely reacts, but then plays it off like it’s no big deal.
Scarlett Jo tho
Bop it, Twist it, Pull it, Spin it, Flick it.
No, Google, that’s not what I’m searching for…
Get your shit together people
I was nominated for the #ALSIceBucketChallenge by Utshav Shrestha and Chanda Sok while I was in, Quebec. I am now nominating @de3_21 @alinity
@thomas_compton @ldysjp @joshuakes @the_asian_sensation13 and @myhealthydish_ This is vid is to show I completed the challenge and I also want to spread a fact about ALS I found out while at the Ironman event in, Quebec, as to not lose sight of this whole challenge and turn it into just pouring ice water on yourself. In 2005 , Jon Blais from Seekonk, MA (A man diagnosed with ALS) became the first individual to compete in an Ironman and when he was asked if he would finish, he responded by telling them he would, even if he had to roll across the finish line he would finish and that’s what he did. He passed the next year and now in honor of him and to raise ALS awareness people roll across the finish line at Ironman events.
I would also like to add to this ALS challenge and spread Epidermolysis Bullosa (also known as EB) awareness. Children with EB are also know as butterfly children because their skin is as fragile as a butterfly’s wing. Children with EB have friction and skin fragility where they need special care and the severity ranges from mild to lethal. There are different cases, but most of the normal daily things we are able to do everyday and take for granted can be an every day challenge to those with EB. I’m challenging everyone to research and find out more about diseases that we know little about, so we can spread awareness for them all as well because this ALS awareness was a success… But we need to be aware of all diseases out there that we know nothing about and help as much as possible.