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brxkenpetal:

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frickin idiot

☁MASTURBATION TIPS☁
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Love this its Christmas reborn, in the storm of sentience lies a play a plague on my conscience… So I dance and prance naked through the forest of a love that cant be denied or subsumed by pride. Take a ride on my sleigh cause its the power of gray that transcends the reigns of love. Live for the time being but let the second seeing live free in your daydreams. Its all a a game im not insane I just need respect to tame the the things that don’t men nothing

Love this its Christmas reborn, in the storm of sentience lies a play a plague on my conscience… So I dance and prance naked through the forest of a love that cant be denied or subsumed by pride. Take a ride on my sleigh cause its the power of gray that transcends the reigns of love. Live for the time being but let the second seeing live free in your daydreams. Its all a a game im not insane I just need respect to tame the the things that don’t men nothing

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havoc305:

My Favorite God/giant from Norse mythology. Fenrir. Son of Loki and destined to kill Odin during Ragnorok. So powerful he was captured but was tricked into it because no God was able to stand up to him. Gotta love that.

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fuckyeahpaganism:

In Norse mythology, Huginn (“thought”) Muninn (“memory”) are a pair of ravens that fly all over the world, Midgard, to bring information to the god Odin. In the Poetic Edda, a disguised Odin expresses that he fears that they may not return from their daily flights. The Prose Edda explains that Odin is referred to as “raven-god” due to his association with Huginn and Muninn, who are described as perching on his shoulders. Odin also gave the ravens the ability to speak.
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fuckyeahpaganism:

In Norse mythology, Huginn (“thought”) Muninn (“memory”) are a pair of ravens that fly all over the world, Midgard, to bring information to the god Odin. In the Poetic Edda, a disguised Odin expresses that he fears that they may not return from their daily flights. The Prose Edda explains that Odin is referred to as “raven-god” due to his association with Huginn and Muninn, who are described as perching on his shoulders. Odin also gave the ravens the ability to speak.

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