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Letestu: Glove save
Repost: Hey guys!
Half of the season has completed and it’s been one hell of a ride. Not only for the Habs, but for the rest of the NHL as well. Being a crazy fan, I made a little compilation of the top 10 saves of the year (so far).
Please do watch it – even if only for 20 seconds. If not, then it’s alright haha. But I’d really appreciate it. I am not a spammer and I apologize if I caused any sort of inconvenience.
And guys, I would love to hear what you guys have to say about the vid – so all comments, remarks are appreciated. Thanks guys, you are the best!
Oh, is moonset at 7:08? Excellent, there’s still time if you can collect the ingredients quickly enough.
Shake’n’Bake Hives for 7:00 – 7:30 Moonset
-Find a black cat (completely and uniformly black), hold it tight over a table and peel an onion under its eyes so it starts to cry and collect 666ml of its tears.
-Bring tears to a boil while gently whisking in three drops of your blood.
-Add a pinch of salt and some rosemary and set to cool.
-In different pan, cook sufficient amount of bacon to collect enough grease to draw three-foot-wide pentagram on any flat surface anywhere outdoors.
-At exactly moonset, standing in pentagram, drink every drop of the mixture.
-Once downed, pronounce your victim’s name.
-Genuflect three times in the name of Cthulhu.
Quick and easy hives.
AND Tim Peel
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