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thefingerfuckingfemalefury:
phoneus:

every1one:

moonlandingwasfaked:

jasper-rolls:

today inย โ€œyoutubeโ€™s recommendation algorithm completely misunderstands what iโ€™m interested inโ€: i am recommended a channel consisting entirely of livestreams of a creepy dude sitting in a corner and just staring at the camera for 4 hours, 3 times a week

a robber broke into his house and he didnโ€™t stop recording and the robber got so creeped out he left. the video is on his YouTube somewhere

https://youtu.be/tmrXakd_r6I?t=9391ย here

โ€œThis episode of Sitting and Smiling features a very special guest.About 2.5 hours into the webcast, I hear someone come into thehouse, which is odd, because my only housemate is at work, and we arenโ€™t expecting anyone. I realize I didnโ€™t check to see if the doors were locked before starting the webcast. I hear the person stealthily moving around the house, and then I hear them stealthily climbing the stairs, towards my room. My door opens, and I hear an unfamiliar malevoice say โ€œHello?โ€. Then, after presumably seeing me sitting still and smiling in front of a camera, lit from beneath by a florescent bulb, he promptly descends the stairs and exits the house.
You can see this happen at 2:36:30
As it turns out, the doors were locked, and he had broken one open. We found nothing missing, as there is not really anything of value in the house other than the laptop I was using to webcast.โ€œ
Iโ€™m howling

The robber legitimately thinks they just walked into a creepypasta and they made the wise choice of getting the hell out of there

thefingerfuckingfemalefury: phoneus: every1one: moonlandingwasfaked: jasper-rolls: today inย โ€œyoutubeโ€™s recommendation algorithm complete...

Crying, Easter, and God: speckleeyed 20 points 5 hours ago This past Easter, we went to our first easter egg hunt... My son was 8 and he is autistic. He doesn't understand the urgency. He doesn't understand he has to run. He doesn't understand there won't be an equal amount for everyone. In I swear to god 60 seconds 300 8 to 10 year olds cleared an orchard of 10000 eggs and my son got only 2. Most kids got overflowing buckets of them All my son wanted to do was open them all up. He was so upset andl couldn't fix it. Parents weren't allowed to cross the rope. But then another boy saw my son with his shoulders slumped looking so defeated and he went over to him and said "hey I see you didn't get a lot of eggs. I have too many. Can I share with you?" My son's shoulders picked up and he smiled and said "sure!" And the boy emptied half his bucket into my son's bucket and then ran off to find his mom I was in tears. I couldn't believe what I just saw. I told my husband to stay with our son I had to follow that boy. I had to thank him and his mother. I got to him when he reached his mom and I waited a minute...he didn't even brag about how kind he was. And his mom didn't see it. I said excuse me miss, I need to tell you about your son...dont mind the tears, it's something good. I told her how this was my son's first public easter egg hunt and how her son NOTICED him and voluntarily HELPED him and was so KIND and GENEROUS. And that she was obviously doing a great job because today is a day I won't ever forget...all because of the kindness I've witnessed here, I shook the boy's hand and mom's, And mom was so proud of her son...as she should be saltinthewind 3 points 2 hours ago Omg I was bawling by the time I got to the end of your story. For both you and the other mom Im crying so hard.
Crying, Easter, and God: speckleeyed 20 points 5 hours ago
 This past Easter, we went to our first easter egg hunt... My son was 8 and
 he is autistic. He doesn't understand the urgency. He doesn't understand
 he has to run. He doesn't understand there won't be an equal amount for
 everyone.
 In I swear to god 60 seconds 300 8 to 10 year olds cleared an orchard of
 10000 eggs and my son got only 2. Most kids got overflowing buckets of
 them
 All my son wanted to do was open them all up. He was so upset andl
 couldn't fix it. Parents weren't allowed to cross the rope. But then another
 boy saw my son with his shoulders slumped looking so defeated and he
 went over to him and said "hey I see you didn't get a lot of eggs. I have too
 many. Can I share with you?" My son's shoulders picked up and he smiled
 and said "sure!" And the boy emptied half his bucket into my son's bucket
 and then ran off to find his mom
 I was in tears. I couldn't believe what I just saw. I told my husband to stay
 with our son I had to follow that boy. I had to thank him and his mother.
 I got to him when he reached his mom and I waited a minute...he didn't
 even brag about how kind he was. And his mom didn't see it. I said excuse
 me miss, I need to tell you about your son...dont mind the tears, it's
 something good. I told her how this was my son's first public easter egg
 hunt and how her son NOTICED him and voluntarily HELPED him and was
 so KIND and GENEROUS. And that she was obviously doing a great job
 because today is a day I won't ever forget...all because of the kindness I've
 witnessed here, I shook the boy's hand and mom's, And mom was so proud
 of her son...as she should be
 saltinthewind 3 points 2 hours ago
 Omg I was bawling by the time I got to the end of your story. For both you
 and the other mom
Im crying so hard.

Im crying so hard.

Crying, Easter, and God: speckleeyed 20 points 5 hours ago This past Easter, we went to our first easter egg hunt... My son was 8 and he is autistic. He doesn't understand the urgency. He doesn't understand he has to run. He doesn't understand there won't be an equal amount for everyone. In I swear to god 60 seconds 300 8 to 10 year olds cleared an orchard of 10000 eggs and my son got only 2. Most kids got overflowing buckets of them All my son wanted to do was open them all up. He was so upset andl couldn't fix it. Parents weren't allowed to cross the rope. But then another boy saw my son with his shoulders slumped looking so defeated and he went over to him and said "hey I see you didn't get a lot of eggs. I have too many. Can I share with you?" My son's shoulders picked up and he smiled and said "sure!" And the boy emptied half his bucket into my son's bucket and then ran off to find his mom I was in tears. I couldn't believe what I just saw. I told my husband to stay with our son I had to follow that boy. I had to thank him and his mother. I got to him when he reached his mom and I waited a minute...he didn't even brag about how kind he was. And his mom didn't see it. I said excuse me miss, I need to tell you about your son...dont mind the tears, it's something good. I told her how this was my son's first public easter egg hunt and how her son NOTICED him and voluntarily HELPED him and was so KIND and GENEROUS. And that she was obviously doing a great job because today is a day I won't ever forget...all because of the kindness I've witnessed here, I shook the boy's hand and mom's, And mom was so proud of her son...as she should be saltinthewind 3 points 2 hours ago Omg I was bawling by the time I got to the end of your story. For both you and the other mom Im crying so hard.
Crying, Easter, and God: speckleeyed 20 points 5 hours ago
 This past Easter, we went to our first easter egg hunt... My son was 8 and
 he is autistic. He doesn't understand the urgency. He doesn't understand
 he has to run. He doesn't understand there won't be an equal amount for
 everyone.
 In I swear to god 60 seconds 300 8 to 10 year olds cleared an orchard of
 10000 eggs and my son got only 2. Most kids got overflowing buckets of
 them
 All my son wanted to do was open them all up. He was so upset andl
 couldn't fix it. Parents weren't allowed to cross the rope. But then another
 boy saw my son with his shoulders slumped looking so defeated and he
 went over to him and said "hey I see you didn't get a lot of eggs. I have too
 many. Can I share with you?" My son's shoulders picked up and he smiled
 and said "sure!" And the boy emptied half his bucket into my son's bucket
 and then ran off to find his mom
 I was in tears. I couldn't believe what I just saw. I told my husband to stay
 with our son I had to follow that boy. I had to thank him and his mother.
 I got to him when he reached his mom and I waited a minute...he didn't
 even brag about how kind he was. And his mom didn't see it. I said excuse
 me miss, I need to tell you about your son...dont mind the tears, it's
 something good. I told her how this was my son's first public easter egg
 hunt and how her son NOTICED him and voluntarily HELPED him and was
 so KIND and GENEROUS. And that she was obviously doing a great job
 because today is a day I won't ever forget...all because of the kindness I've
 witnessed here, I shook the boy's hand and mom's, And mom was so proud
 of her son...as she should be
 saltinthewind 3 points 2 hours ago
 Omg I was bawling by the time I got to the end of your story. For both you
 and the other mom
Im crying so hard.

Im crying so hard.