Anonymous said: How do you defeat your enemies?
I talk to them, work out our differences and eventually befriend them. Our bond of friendship and love grows deeper than we thought possible. We spend years together, it’s almost like we know each other better than our selves.
Then I begin to destroy their life slowly. They trust me so much, I know everything about them. Everything. Knowledge is power and I can use to ruin every moment of their life and the best part of it all? I’m the very last person they’d expect (and that makes the betrayal oh so much sweeter)
The finale of my whole scheme is when they are utterly broken and they turn to the one person left in their life, me. I will reveal my diabolical scheme to them, laughing as I stroke their cat that loves me now, wearing the lucky shirt they thought they lost and high fiving the family and friends who disowned them. Then it begins to rain and they are the only one without an umbrella. I go get ice cream without them and they are left sobbing in the street, soaked. It is their birthday.
That’s how I do it.
This is brilliant!
It’s worked for white people, I figured I might as well give it a shot.
GET THIS GUY TO DISNEY WORLD DAMN IT
I want you to go man!
if this was a white girl this would have had the notes 3 weeks ago
People are sending him racist messages telling him it’s not gonna happen and he doesn’t belong in Disney World over this post. So we’re gonna reblog it even more.
To all my followers, please reblog. cosbyykidd imma add this to my queue, we gon’ get yo ass to Disney. lmao
Followers, please note: I am going to reblog this every time it shows up on my dash. EVERY. TIME. I’m gonna tag it #cosbyykidd goes to Disney but I would really encourage you to boost it because why the heck not? We can get him a million five in a matter of DAYS. Make it happen!
Wanna get this kid to Disney!
The unforgettable Eartha Kitt selling the new Carver-Washington half-dollars - for $2 each - at Macy’s in New York City in August 1952. The promotion was a special program to aid the Booker T. Washington Birthplace Memorial. The coins were embossed with the slogan, “Freedom and Opportunity For All - Americanism.” Photo: Bettman/Corbis.