rosymaplemoth:

rosymaplemoth:

“It was in the township of Dunwich, in a large and partly inhabited farmhouse set against a hillside
four miles from the village and a mile and a half from any other dwelling, that Wilbur Whateley
was born at 5 A.M. on Sunday, the second of February, 1913.”
– H.P. Lovecraft, The Dunwich Horror

Happy 103rd birthday, you smelly goat!

@wilburwhateley, by your request

rosymaplemoth:

rosymaplemoth:

“It was in the township of Dunwich, in a large and partly inhabited farmhouse set against a hillside
four miles from the village and a mile and a half from any other dwelling, that Wilbur Whateley
was born at 5 A.M. on Sunday, the second of February, 1913.”
– H.P. Lovecraft, The Dunwich Horror

Happy 103rd birthday, you smelly goat!

@wilburwhateley, by your request

rosymaplemoth:

rosymaplemoth:

“It was in the township of Dunwich, in a large and partly inhabited farmhouse set against a hillside
four miles from the village and a mile and a half from any other dwelling, that Wilbur Whateley
was born at 5 A.M. on Sunday, the second of February, 1913.”
– H.P. Lovecraft, The Dunwich Horror

Happy 103rd birthday, you smelly goat!

@wilburwhateley, by your request

rosymaplemoth:

rosymaplemoth:

“It was in the township of Dunwich, in a large and partly inhabited farmhouse set against a hillside
four miles from the village and a mile and a half from any other dwelling, that Wilbur Whateley
was born at 5 A.M. on Sunday, the second of February, 1913.”
– H.P. Lovecraft, The Dunwich Horror

Happy 103rd birthday, you smelly goat!

@wilburwhateley, by your request

thoodleoo:

newborndropletsofice:

thoodleoo:

do you ever read an article so bad that it makes you want to get a PhD so that you can publish a response and thinkshame the author’s opinions with authority

“thinkshame” is officially the greatest word we’ve come up with as a species.

people are tagging this with articles and authors that they want to thinkshame and honestly i’m having such a good time reading the tags on this