You were never really one for one night stands, in fact, you’d never had a proper one night stand in your life. It wasn’t that you were necessarily the “good girl” type, but you’d always had a bit more respect for yourself then to let some guy just fuck and chuck you. This time was different, though, this was on your own terms. You last relationship hadn’t made it past a year before things turned sour, eventually growing apart and bitter towards each other. It had been two years since you’d done anything with anyone and you couldn’t take it anymore.
Your friend decided to hook you up with a guy she knew from college. He was kind of the player type, which was perfect considering what you wanted. A couple drinks and jokes later you were already in each other’s pants, drunkenly indulgencing in what you knew would be a night you would probably hate yourself for later.
And now here you were, laying in this stranger’s bed half dressed while his toned back faced you. Apparently, drunk you had some sense to cloth yourself slightly before passing out. Your head was pounding just as hard as your chest was at the memory of what conspired that night. “God…” you whispered, shifting out of the bed as quietly as possible. Were you supposed to just leave without saying anything?
“Morning.” Fuck, he was awake. There goes that plan. You had hoped you wouldn’t have to confront face to face with your impulsive decisions, but here he was staring at you. “Are you leaving?”
What if there was like a record snow fall and everyone in Lazytown was snowed in and they’re like “Oh its ok, Sportacus will come save us.” And then he doesn’t because currently both he and Robbie are stuck in the bunker because every single entrance is snowed over
At Arlington National Cemetery, a snow storm is knocking temperatures down into the single digits (factoring in wind chill) as record snow falls near our nation’s capital. But members of the 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment, also known as “The Old Guard” are staying with the Tomb of the Unknown Solider at Arlington National Cemetery.
(U.S. Army photo by Cpl. Cody W. Torkelson)
Toronto Zoo giant panda enjoys epic snow fall (0:30)
While the Toronto Zoo closed early on February 5th, 2014, due to the record-breaking snow fall, our giant panda Da Mao sure seemed to enjoy himself. Watch what security cameras caught him doing within his outdoor habitat.
While the Toronto Zoo closed early on February 5th, 2014, due to the record-breaking snow fall, our giant panda Da Mao sure seemed to enjoy himself. Watch what security cameras caught him doing within his outdoor habitat