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More matthew tkachuk I beg of youuuu. Maybe it could be about giving him concert tickets for his birthday? Your last of him was absolutely fantastic [Thank you so so much!! I hope you like this one. I’m not sure if this is the one you wanted but I hope you still enjoy!:)]
Could yo do a matt tkachuk one where you surprise him for his birthday? [Here it is!! Enjoy!!:)]
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The cake looked like it was a love child of a red brick and
mud. Needless to say, your first foray into birthday cake making has been a
bust. At least you can cook a mean spaghetti and meatballs, if it really comes
down to party food. Or tacos – but those are still to be judged.
The cake, though. Ugh, it’s taking all of your self-control not
to smash your face in it and wallow in self-pity. He’s going to be home in a
few minutes and you have nothing to show him for his birthday because you went
in over your head. Damn it, you should have just reserved a table at your
favorite restaurant like he told you and not try your hand at this surprise
birthday dinner thing.
The clip opens with America’s first president (played by “Spinning on Air” radio host David Garland) popping Viagra and strapping on a VR headset for his deranged pleasure. From a player menu, he selects “Kurt Cobain'ed” – rather than “Biblo Clinton” or “Juan Arbuckle” – and uses a massive, Nintendo-styled controller to navigate the eye-popping world of his creation.
First, the Nirvana frontman is tied to a pole and whipped by Ronald McDonald. Then, after selecting the “Cross-Bearing” option from the game menu, Washington is transported to an equally disturbing scene, where Cobain is crucified next to Jon Arbuckle from Garfield and a saxophone-playing Bill Clinton. (Father John Misty himself, Josh Tillman, appears as a McDonald cohort with hook hands, and a papier-mâché version of the burger joint’s mascot erupts from his stomach, Alien-style.)
The collective behind the wild video, Four Gods and a Baby, includes Culkin, Adam Green, Thomas Bayne and Toby Goodshank.
I know this image is supposed to be pro-Sanders for President, but hear me out: all these pop culture icons avoided leadership positions because they knew they could do more meaningful work outside the governing political system (and feared being corrupted by the power of politics). Dumbledore turned down the Minister of Magic position on multiple occasions, Gandalf intentionally stayed away from government and resisted the power of the One Ring, and Obi-Wan was a member of the Jedi Knights- the politically neutral guardians of peace in the galaxy.
That is sort of how I feel about Bernie Sanders. Even if he doesn’t win the nomination, he isn’t going anywhere- and shouldn’t. His massive influence will live on.