It’s Saturday night, you’re bored on the Internet, and someone is giving away money on Twitter. Of course you’re going to retweet her hashtag, even if there’s a 99 percent chance that the whole thing’s a hoax.
This, coupled with some shaky proof in the form of a few Paypal screenshots, is the reason why #AskHannaForCash went viral so quickly. Tens of thousands of people tweeted @princessthot in the hope that she’d Paypal them a few thousand dollars of daddy’s money, and to be fair, it wasn’t totally implausible. Maybe one of the rich kids of Instagram really had taken control of a $23 million Paypal account, and was handing out cash to piss off her absent father.
After all, she’d taken a photo of her Paypal screen, and isn’t that way harder to fake than a regular screenshot?
50 guys [16/50] — Christopher Eccleston
the girl on the right haha
This is one of my favorite posts because that cat’s fucking name is fucking meatloaf
The three kids I babysit were so confused when I laughed so hard I almost fell off the couch when this part came on.
It’s not about men or women.
Nobody should ever hit anyone.
Nobody should ever rape anyone.
Nobody should ever murder anyone.
Nobody should ever beat anyone.
Nobody should ever threaten anyone.
Nobody should ever insult anyone.
Nobody should ever make anyone uncomfortable.
Nobody should ever touch anyone without their consent.
Nobody should ever steal from anyone.
Nobody should ever humiliate anyone.