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"Haibi (ビスカスちゃん, Bisukasu-chan) is a Ham-Ham who appears in the OVA, "Ham-Hams Ahoy!". She says she comes from the Flufferstuff Mountains. Haibi met the Ham-Hams when she fainted towards a river. Although she sounded rough, she is really nice and wants to help her grandma. She is pretty adventurous and can sing rather well."
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(To the tune of Private Eyes) Henry eyes *clap clap* watching you
ATTN HUMAN I HAVE A MOUSE
omfg the way it walks
snowbert is the best internet cat
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rolled my bike off a narrow path into a swamp full of stinging nettles and fucked my ankle up. Limped home. Send candy.
honorable mention goes to stone cold steve austin who wore jean shorts often but never wrestled in them. now on to the list
5. jamie noblethe brief period during which he wore jean shorts and played a trailer park redneck along with nidia was the most successful of his career and he was cruiserweight champion during that time. should have stuck with the shorts, jamie. now he wears a suit and breaks up fights with fit finlay
4. justin credible
wore jean shorts for the majority of his ecw career, during which he was actually ecw world champion for a while. apparently the jean shorts were a last minute decision and he just stuck with them.
3. billy kidman
he alternated between blue and black jean shorts during his time at wcw, which was his most successful run, and included being a 3 time cruiserweight champion, 2 time tag team champion, and also feuding with hulk hogan. he switched to tights when he came to the wwe and his career was over shortly after that.
2. john cena
a very controversial figure. but love him or hate him, one thing cant be denied: at the height of his popularity, he wore jean shorts.
raven is the first wrestler to have thought of taking a pair of jeans and cutting them at the knees, thus creating jean shorts.
The progression of video games in a few decades.
Well she got her hairline done that’s for sure
you can tell she was meant to be hispanic at first
Shirin Aliabadi | Iran
Girls in Cars 1,3 & 4 | 2005 | Color photographic prints
“Girls In Cars, a series of enlarged snapshots of Tehran girls stuck in traffic, clearly made-up to go to parties. Shirin explores the cracks that are created within monolithic socially oppressive systems by the emergence of small subcultures, specifically within Tehran.”
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