Being an adult is realizing that $5,000 is a lot of money to owe and very little money to own.
this is real
if i ever become famous i’m so fucked i’ve been in too many fandoms on too many different websites for far too long there’s no erasing all the evidence
I hope I haven’t miscategorized.
Switch Ghengis and Stalin.
if a song was in shrek theres no way to un-associate it with shrek its forever going to be a shrek song
*walks into starbucks* lemme get uh spaghetti bolognese macchiato
"sir we don’t serve that"
don’t bullshit me i saw the secret menu on instagram
i can’t believe that tomorrow is the 1st of halloween
When you look back on the way you used to behave two years ago
really all you need to know about the american health care system is that there’s a popular tv series where a man turns to cooking industrial quantities of crystal meth in order to pay his hospital bills
West Milford, New Jersey
In 1972, Jungle Habitat was opened in West Milford, New Jersey as a zoo for the adventurers of the world. Half of the park was similar to an average zoo. It had a petting zoo, snack bars, reptile house, etc. The second half of the park was quite the opposite. It allowed guests to drive their own vehicles into the woods and go on a self guided safari ride. The tour allowed guests to see free roaming monkeys, elephants, llamas, giraffes, lions, and tigers. Animals would often walk right up to cars and sometimes climb on top of them. As one could imagine, Jungle Habitat was faced with a series of “accidents” during its operating years.
Within the park’s first year of operation, the park experienced its first “accident” when a guest was attacked by two lions. Shortly after, a woman was bitten by a baby elephant who had grabbed her arm with its trunk. In addition to these incidents, the animals were constantly escaping into the town of West Milford. A wild case of tuberculosis also spread among the park’s animals, resulting in many of them having to be put down.
After closing in 1976, the park was quickly abandoned. Carcasses of animals, including elephants and giraffes, were left behind. The remains of Jungle Habitat is a popular hiking spot to this day.
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