christophe's mom

Christopher Kerze (born February 19, 1973) disappeared on April 20, 1990. He was an excellent student, who’d been invited to join the National Honor Society and was a National Ment Scholar semi- finalist. His hobbies were playing clarinet, swimming in the school’s swimming team, camping, skiing, reading and laser tag.

Christopher, 17 years old at the time, stayed home from school, and told his mom he was suffering from a bad headache. His parents left him alone in their house and went to work. When they later came home they found out that their family’s car was and Mossberg 20-gaige-bolt-action shotgun were missing but there were no bullets gone. There was a note left behind on the kitchen table from Christopher. The note read:

Mom, Something important came up + feeling somewhat better. Back by six. (Unless I get lost.) Love, Chris.

The word lost was underlined twice.

Christopher never came home. The next day a handwritten note arrive at his parent’s home. The note said Christopher lied about being sick so he could take the family’s car. He also noted that he didn’t know where he was heading. He said he was going to commit suicide and that he was sorry for the pain he was causing to his family and loved ones.

Two days later the car was found, abandoned on the roadside of Itasca Country. Christopher had left a note behind explaining who owned the car. The gun he had taken with him was later found by hunters. What happened next is unknown. The entire locations was being searched, but nothing was found. It is possible that Christopher hitchhiked further on.

The police received an anonymous letter in 2004, indicating that they should stop trying to find Christopher and that he would return home when he is ready. There has been some renewed interest in this case at the start of 2016, after the Jacob Wetterling case got resolved.

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Captorch Humerica (Rogers/Evans x reader)

Characterized from the I Love You, Man series

“Steve, if you’re gonna cry, maybe tone it down, alright?  People are staring.”

“Let them stare,” he whispered, his voice choked in his throat, “this movie is just…you’re killing me, man.  You’re so good.”

“Thanks,” Chris smiled, giving him a little friendly nudge with his shoulder, “means a lot.”

“Hey, could you keep it down-“ a random man who was unfortunate enough to sit behind the duo began, but when both Steve-oh-my-god-it’s-Cap-Rogers and Chris-are-you-fucking-kidding-me-Evans turned around to stare back in reply, he immediately silenced and returned his eyes to the screen.

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There are hundreds, if not thousands, of memoirs written by the men and women who served in the Vietnam War. They are still being written by veterans today. To read them all would be a near impossible task. While I might present some in the future categorized by branch of service, or service year(s), what follows now is a handful of my favorites.

I love being from a screwed up family because nothing bothers me anymore.  Once you’ve driven a drug addict father to Mom’s parole hearing, what else is there?
—  Casey Jones, probably

Me: *watching Yuri!!! on Ice subbed, then dubbed, on the living room TV with my sisters, with our dad in the next room*

Me: Hopefully he won’t come out during…Chris.

My Dad: *walks in as Chris’s short program starts*

Me:

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it’ll be fun to see how this ends…

actually while we’re at it overanalyzing christophe’s design why does he have a shovel at all times. like christophe’s mom calls for him and he appears literally a second later so it’s obvious he was close by and indoors so he was just. strutting around inside with a shovel because it’s not until after stan and kyle talk to him he says “meet me in the backyard in 5 minutes” why does he need to carry a shovel with him indoors

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Random headcanon: Eli loves soccer. Whenever she has a game Arthur is the biggest soccer mom out there. Seriously he's worse than the other kids real moms. Chris and Alfred are basically her designated cheerleaders. (minus the outfits xD)

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Also he pushed Al and Chris out of the way to scream at her teammates. 

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Falling in Love

Chapter ½

Rating: PG-13

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Summary: Darren Criss is your average, run-of-the-mill gay guy with a beard. Chris Colfer is your average, run-of-the-mill seventeen year old fanboy. When the chance arises to win a phone call from Darren, Chris hastily gets to it. He just hadn’t expected to hit it off so well with the man of his dreams.

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@darrencriss LISTEN UP!!! First ten people to donate to the Trevor Live Project will get a phone call from me. No shit. 100% serious.

Chris reads and rereads the words. When they finally process, he realizes that he doesn’t have much time. He scrambles around to find his credit card—it’s out in the kitchen. He practically flies out there to grab it.

“Watch where you’re going, Christopher.” Not now, Mom. He pushes passed her—she’s in the middle of chopping carrots for dinner—and grabs his wallet which always sits next to his keys. He then runs back to his room. He hopes that, since he’s always stalking internet-,sensation-turned-movie-star-overnight Darren Criss, he will still be one of the first. He quickly clicks on the link provided and hastily fills out the information.

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