the undoing of mankind
M̸̡̮ͦ̅̀̀̎͊͟Ỵ̼̗ͣ͐̇̕͟ ̂̊ͨͫ̇ͭ̀̕͏̻̗͎̜̹̼V͍̠̰̲̠̻̲̟̝ͤͤ͌͗͠O̮̘̘̾͢İ̹̩̜̩̙̻͈͊̎ͣͦ̃̏̏C̷̭̼̞͕͍̲̭̞̣͐ͬͤͯͮẼ̸͇̮̤̞̟͕̼͍̇͑̇̈́̏ͤ͐̑̀̕ ̷̯̻͕̞̞̻̗͓͛͆̽̄͐̊I̴̡͇̞̒ͩ͗ͣS̴̜̫̯̹̬̽͂̐̉͐͛͋͢͞ ͎̫͉͍̰̖͉̽̒ͅHͩ̊͒̿͐ͭ́̂ͥ̀͝҉̮̗͈Ḭ͖̲̟ͭ̂ͤ̅͊̿̎͗̐͟ͅG̫̠̫̝̹̬̙ͦ̒̐H͇ͯͬ͊E̤̳͌̔̔̇R̡̺̾ ̣̟̭̘̫̞̱̹̄͛̏Ṫ̇̄͊̿͏̭̗̖͕̩̕H̬̙̅ͨẠ̛̝̳̽̏ͧͦͫ̌͘͝Nͪ͐ͩ͋ͯͫ̐̍҉͉͎͖͓͟ ̡̝̠̺̰̰̰͍̂̓̾̽̋̔͞͞Y̭ͭ͂ͮͦ̏ͣ͆Ȍ̬͉ͣ̃̀̕͘Ŭ̙̣͔͛̆ͨ͘R̲͉̲̩͈͈̟͋͛ͦ̎ͫͅ ̸͔̣͓̹̳̟̹̘̐̂͌͠͠V̹̠̻̞̳ͯͣ̎̉͢O̧̡ͦ͛̑ͭ͐͊̚҉̮̮I͉͉̣̭̘͆͆̋̂̈́ͥ̑ͨ́C̷̡̳̩̘̫̦̖̮͊ͪ̔ͩ̋͂͡ͅĔ̸͇̠̪͔̘̤̖̥ͫ̋ͮ̅̾͑ͥ͟
at the point where they just start solidly screaming at one another i lose it every time
oh my god
As a person from California, this is 100% accurate
As a person from Michigan, this is 100% accurate
As a person from England I was so confused because I forgot you use the Fahrenheit system
As a person from Germany, I agree with the person from England.
as a penguin from antarctica squee squee squee
If that weren’t black-and-white, you’d see he’s turning green.
#4. The Medic Who Hulked Out on the Enemy
The enemy troops watched the American medic [David Bleak] jump into the trench and go on a rampage with his bare hands, breaking the neck of one guy and crushing the windpipe of another. Then he fully secured his place in the nightmares of any enemy onlookers by plunging his one weapon, a trench knife, in the chest of a third. And he wasn’t done.