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Rumplestil….or however the hell u spell it ….its the 1st thing that came to my mind when I saw this ….

Rumplestil….or however the hell u spell it ….its the 1st thing that came to my mind when I saw this ….

snowman-que:

Fan-t-ASS-tic 
Fan-t-ASS-tic Friday 

Perfection….

snowman-que:

Fan-t-ASS-tic

Fan-t-ASS-tic Friday

Perfection….

True

True

Cora Cora Cora …….

Cora Cora Cora …….

neonessgifs:

Mizz Twerksum in Zebra Stripes

Score- team twerksum:2…

….I know u see it…..

….I know u see it…..

I wonder if he’s tumbling today …..

I wonder if he’s tumbling today …..

kingjaffejoffer:

parislemon:

Brian X Chen:

The iPhone with a two-year contract on AT&T, for example, costs $200 for the handset and then upward of $90 a month for the plan; over two years, including the cost of the phone, customers pay at least $2,360. With a prepaid plan on Virgin Mobile, which is owned by Sprint, the iPhone costs $650 for the handset, and then $30 a month, including unlimited data (the type of data plan that people are happier with, according to J.D. Power). Over two years, that would cost about $1,370.

It’s a tactic that has worked for decades: trick people up-front and screw them in the rear. Short-term gain, long-term pain. Etc. The carriers thrive on this.

But it’s still pretty jarring to see it laid out in such simple terms: if you’re willing to pay $450 more upfront, you’ll save about $1,000 over the next couple years. 

Let them with ears understand

Lemme upgrade yuh …….