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As stupid of a photo this is, this man is a bro.
I really actually miss him.
RIP Mr. Crocodile Hunter. Its sad you didnt die by a crocadile tho…
awh I just realised how much I miss watching him on TV when I was little
If you don’t reblog this you don’t deserve to be Australian
I really do miss him :( I was at the zoo when I found out!!
Aw I remember meeting him, he was holding a baby crocodile and he let me pat it, 2 years later, I went back and he’d died 2 weeks earlier :(
i remember when i was flying from new york to hawaii we had to stop in dallas and on our flight from dallas to hawaii the like air hostesses were like omg your from australia did you know steve irwin?! and the talked to us about him the whole flight haha
i remember when he died i was like 8 or something and i cried and made a whole folder with pictures of him and the newspaper artices hahaha :( RIP
poor stevie. even though your daughter is ridiculously annoying, i still respect yew
You’re family are so brave Steve, just like you! R.I.P
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She is :D
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umbreon by my friend kid3001
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and then it failed… thanks for that -.-
“Defend Your Home With Your Very Own Portal 2 Turret”
Valve and the merchandise vendor, Gaming Heads, has teamed up together to bring you the latest in nerdy décor. The Aperture turret stands at approximately 16 inches tall and includes a motion sensor that activates the eye light of your deadly friend. The turret is constructed of poly-stone, and is hand painted and finished. The statue also comes packed in a foam interior full coloured box with a validation card that ensures your product is genuine.
The exclusive version of this turret features a sound chip which plays in-game sounds from Portal 2, but has unfortunately already sold out (however you can be put on a wait list). The standard turrets are still available for $299.99 each, but numbers are limited and will be given on a first come first sever basis.
(via Game Informer, Gaming Heads)
One fine day, in the midldle of the night, two blind men got up to fight. Back to back they faced each other, drew their swords and shot each other.