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Front Cover: The front cover of a retro sci-fi book.
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Front Cover: A Latvian🇱🇻 jounal just put pewdiepie on front cover!
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Front Cover: A Minecraft themed magazine front cover I made for an assignment.
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A Minecraft themed magazine front cover I made for an assignment.

Front Cover: Fallen Angel front cover vs inside art
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Front Cover: Im just posting this so that you guys can help me decide if its good or not because im gonna use it for the front cover of my technology book for school just please point out mistakes if you see one
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Im just posting this so that you guys can help me decide if its good or not because im gonna use it for the front cover of my technology...

Front Cover: My dog looks like she’s on the front cover of Vogue
Front Cover: My dog looks like she’s on the front cover of Vogue

My dog looks like she’s on the front cover of Vogue

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Front Cover: The glock is in this DLC's front cover
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The glock is in this DLC's front cover

Front Cover: aoowoomb pital DILAT Veterinay My Alby got on the front cover of our vets calendar! The bottom right pic is when I told him so!
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My Alby got on the front cover of our vets calendar! The bottom right pic is when I told him so!

My Alby got on the front cover of our vets calendar! The bottom right pic is when I told him so!

Front Cover: Front cover of a magazine published after the alien invasion of 1954
Front Cover: Front cover of a magazine published after the alien invasion of 1954

Front cover of a magazine published after the alien invasion of 1954

Front Cover: fizzityuck christmas hymns, rated. carol of the bells: merryMERRYmerry christm asmerryMERRYmerry christmas. creepy as shit and loving every moment of it. perfect for holiday-themed vampire lurking outside the gothic cathedral of your choice. just enough of a frantic tone to keep you on your toes and sung with a child choir? you've knocked it outta the park, bud. 10/10. hark, the herald angels sing!: not the best. a bit dry. can lose you if you're not paying attention. points for being easy for kiddies to sing at church though! we froth accessibility. 5/10 good king wencelas: thin 6/10 and crisp and even o come, all ye faithful/adeste fideles: sex symbol. inventor of the crescendo. the absolute vibes this thing has are haunting, especially under and good church roof. smack an over confident leading tenor in the mix and you have a winner. 10/10 ding dong! merrily on high: makes me feel like i'm a young peasant girl running through the streets of a quaint european village in the wintertime with no cares save what father christmas shall deliver to my stocking this eve. would definitely Ooo000o000000 hosanna In excelsis оООоо0000о OO again. 9/10. o holy night: the shift from relatively normal sounding verses to fall on your knees, oh he r the angel voices will never fail to shatter me like glass. 11/10 away in a manger: like hark, the herald angels sing! this one is pretty simple. easy for the whole family to sing which makes it an ideal church song! but lacks energy. a good wind down, but that's about it. 5/10. we three kings of orient: i always thought the "three kings" were sorta stupid and unnecessary.like, the shepherds i understand, but three randos from "the east"? seems shoehorned in honestly. kinda feels like whichever apostle (matthew?) wrote that in somehow knew that, years in the future, groups of unenthusiastic children were gonna have to be assigned roles in nativity plays and added three more possible characters just to stop half the kids from having to play sheep and grass so they could be "included". cheers matt. song is okay i guess. 6/10. once in royal david's city: pretty inconsequential hymn, but the Choir of King's College Cambridge do an arrangement that makes me believe in God for approx. four and a half minutes every time I listen to it. 8.5/10, bonus points for the king's col. boys. ur doing so good lads. big love. the first noël: a true banger and a great song to sing in church because there's always some lady in the front pews who tries really hard to do all those killer soprano parts by herself. absolutely magical when sung right and absolutely magical when sung wrong. 10/10 quartzofeldsapphic do i saw three ships you coward fizzityuck i saw three ships: should only acceptable when it contains knockout levels tin-whistlery, which is rarely, but it's fine without it i guess. songs that are formatted like conversations or exchanges are automatically a hit because they allow churches to temporarily segregate their congregations like back in the good old days, which they just love. genuine tune tho. 7/10 would dance around a maypole to. fizzityuck christmas hymns (and carols), rated. pt 2. o come o come, emmanuel: managed to turn "israel" into a 5+ syllable word which is a feat unto itself. the drama factor really fucking elevates it. heavy organ rattles me bones like nothing else. 7/10. silent night: tender and mild really sums this shit up. i'd rather the night be silent than listen to this, if that's an option. has negative vibes, negative energy, and i don't know what the back half of this song sounds like because i fall asleep 20 seconds into it without fail. mild isn't howi like my holy infants, chicken wings, OR hymns. 0/10. in the bleak midwinter: has ample drama, but the abundance of latin is classist. really captures the spirit of awful english winters. 6/10 update: the original poetry anthology this appeared in belonged to a woman, was called Goblin Market, and had some soft af ladies embracing in bed on the front cover so i'm retroactively bringing this up to a 9/10. little donkey: forgot this existed until it was requested and i was overcome with such a wave of nostalgia i could not write for some time. tender and mild but in a nice, soft way that makes me ache for childhood. 10/10. while shepherds watched their flocks by night: reads a little bit like the bethlehem local newsletter but that just means it's an absolute classic church-y christmas song. we've done it! we've broken emotionless christian holiday content down to it's bare essentials! 4/10. the cat carol: Every Christmas my parents come alive, inviting droves of loved ones over to their house and hosting many parties throughout the holiday season. Newcomers will enter our abode during this time and my father will then, without fail, ask them if they have ever heard the cat carol. The answer is, invariably, "No, I haven't", which the man who raised me takes as an unspoken invitation to subject said houseguests to what might very well be the most upsetting piece of music ever crafted for human consumption. 1/10. snoopy's christmas: not a hymn, barely a carol, but should be both. oo/10 fizzityuck Everyone on this post trying to defend silent night me Source: fizzityuck 885 notes
Front Cover: fizzityuck
 christmas hymns, rated.
 carol of the bells: merryMERRYmerry christm
 asmerryMERRYmerry christmas. creepy as shit
 and loving every moment of it. perfect for
 holiday-themed vampire lurking outside the
 gothic cathedral of your choice. just enough
 of a frantic tone to keep you on your toes
 and sung with a child choir? you've knocked it
 outta the park, bud. 10/10.
 hark, the herald angels sing!: not the best.
 a bit dry. can lose you if you're not paying
 attention. points for being easy for kiddies to
 sing at church though! we froth accessibility.
 5/10
 good king wencelas: thin
 6/10
 and
 crisp
 and
 even
 o come, all ye faithful/adeste fideles: sex
 symbol. inventor of the crescendo. the
 absolute vibes this thing has are haunting,
 especially under and good church roof. smack
 an over confident leading tenor in the mix
 and you have a winner. 10/10
 ding dong! merrily on high: makes me
 feel like i'm a young peasant girl running
 through the streets of a quaint european
 village in the wintertime with no cares
 save what father christmas shall deliver
 to my stocking this eve. would definitely
 Ooo000o000000
 hosanna In excelsis
 оООоо0000о
 OO
 again. 9/10.
 o holy night: the shift from relatively normal
 sounding verses to fall on your knees, oh
 he
 r the angel voices will never fail to shatter
 me like glass. 11/10
 away in a manger: like hark, the herald angels
 sing! this one is pretty simple. easy for the
 whole family to sing which makes it an ideal
 church song! but lacks energy. a good wind
 down, but that's about it. 5/10.
 we three kings of orient: i always thought
 the "three kings" were sorta stupid
 and unnecessary.like, the shepherds i
 understand, but three randos from "the
 east"? seems shoehorned in honestly. kinda
 feels like whichever apostle (matthew?)
 wrote that in somehow knew that, years in
 the future, groups of unenthusiastic children
 were gonna have to be assigned roles in
 nativity plays and added three more possible
 characters just to stop half the kids from
 having to play sheep and grass so they could
 be "included". cheers matt. song is okay i
 guess. 6/10.
 once in royal david's city: pretty
 inconsequential hymn, but the Choir of King's
 College Cambridge do an arrangement that
 makes me believe in God for approx. four and
 a half minutes every time I listen to it. 8.5/10,
 bonus points for the king's col. boys. ur doing
 so good lads. big love.
 the first noël: a true banger and a great song
 to sing in church because there's always
 some lady in the front pews who tries really
 hard to do all those killer soprano parts by
 herself. absolutely magical when sung right
 and absolutely magical when sung wrong.
 10/10
 quartzofeldsapphic
 do i saw three ships you coward
 fizzityuck
 i saw three ships: should only
 acceptable when it contains knockout
 levels tin-whistlery, which is rarely, but
 it's fine without it i guess. songs that are
 formatted like conversations or exchanges
 are automatically a hit because they allow
 churches to temporarily segregate their
 congregations like back in the good old days,
 which they just love. genuine tune tho. 7/10
 would dance around a maypole to.
 fizzityuck
 christmas hymns (and carols),
 rated. pt 2.
 o come o come, emmanuel: managed to
 turn "israel" into a 5+ syllable word which
 is a feat unto itself. the drama factor really
 fucking elevates it. heavy organ rattles me
 bones like nothing else. 7/10.
 silent night: tender and mild really sums this
 shit up. i'd rather the night be silent than
 listen to this, if that's an option. has negative
 vibes, negative energy, and i don't know what
 the back half of this song sounds like because
 i fall asleep 20 seconds into it without fail.
 mild isn't howi like my holy infants, chicken
 wings, OR hymns. 0/10.
 in the bleak midwinter: has ample drama,
 but the abundance of latin is classist. really
 captures the spirit of awful english winters.
 6/10
 update: the original poetry anthology this
 appeared in belonged to a woman, was
 called Goblin Market, and had some soft
 af ladies embracing in bed on the front
 cover so i'm retroactively bringing this up
 to a 9/10.
 little donkey: forgot this existed until it was
 requested and i was overcome with such a
 wave of nostalgia i could not write for some
 time. tender and mild but in a nice, soft way
 that makes me ache for childhood. 10/10.
 while shepherds watched their flocks by
 night: reads a little bit like the bethlehem
 local newsletter but that just means it's an
 absolute classic church-y christmas song.
 we've done it! we've broken emotionless
 christian holiday content down to it's bare
 essentials! 4/10.
 the cat carol: Every Christmas my parents
 come alive, inviting droves of loved ones
 over to their house and hosting many parties
 throughout the holiday season. Newcomers
 will enter our abode during this time and my
 father will then, without fail, ask them if they
 have ever heard the cat carol. The answer is,
 invariably, "No, I haven't", which the man who
 raised me takes as an unspoken invitation to
 subject said houseguests to what might very
 well be the most upsetting piece of music
 ever crafted for human consumption. 1/10.
 snoopy's christmas: not a hymn, barely a
 carol, but should be both. oo/10
 fizzityuck
 Everyone on this
 post trying to
 defend silent
 night
 me
 Source: fizzityuck
 885 notes

Front Cover: fizzityuck christmas hymns, rated. carol of the bells: merryMERRYmerry christm asmerryMERRYmerry christmas. creepy as shit and loving every moment of it. perfect for holiday-themed vampire lurking outside the gothic cathedral of your choice. just enough of a frantic tone to keep you on your toes and sung with a child choir? you've knocked it outta the park, bud. 10/10. hark, the herald angels sing!: not the best. a bit dry. can lose you if you're not paying attention. points for being easy for kiddies to sing at church though! we froth accessibility. 5/10. good king wencelas: thin 6/10 and crisp and even o come, all ye faithful/adeste fideles: sex symbol. inventor of the crescendo. the absolute vibes this thing has are haunting, especially under and good church roof. smack an over confident leading tenor in the mix and you have a winner. 10/10 ding dong! merrily on high: makes me feel like i'm a young peasant girl running through the streets of a quaint european village in the wintertime with no cares save what father christmas shall deliver to my stocking this eve. would definitely Рoo0000000о00 hosanna In excelsis 0ООоо0000о OO again. 9/10. o holy night: the shift from relatively normal sounding verses to fall on your knees, oh hear the angel voices will never fail to shatter me like glass. 11/10 away in a manger: like hark, the herald angels sing! this one is pretty simple. easy for the whole family to sing which makes it an ideal church song! but lacks energy. a good wind down, but that's about it. 5/10. we three kings of orient: i always thought the "three kings" were sorta stupid and unnecessary. like, the shepherds i understand, but three randos from "the east"? seems shoehorned in honestly. kinda feels like whichever apostle (matthew?) wrote that in somehow knew that, years in the future, groups of unenthusiastic children were gonna have to be assigned roles in nativity plays and added three more possible characters just to stop half the kids from having to play sheep and grass so they could be "included". cheers matt. song is okay i guess. 6/10. once in royal david's city: pretty inconsequential hymn, but the Choir of King's College Cambridge do an arrangement that makes me believe in God for approx. four and a half minutes every time I listen to it. 8.5/10, bonus points for the king's col. boys. ur doing so good lads. big love. the first noël: a true banger and a great song to sing in church because there's always some lady in the front pews who tries really hard to do all those killer soprano parts by herself. absolutely magical when sung right and absolutely magical when sung wrong. 10/10 quartzofeldsapphic do i saw three ships you coward fizzityuck i saw three ships: should only acceptable when it contains knockout levels tin-whistlery, which is rarely, but it's fine without it i guess. songs that are formatted like conversations or exchanges are automatically a hit because they allow churches to temporarily segregate their congregations like back in the good old days, which they just love. genuine tune tho. 7/10 would dance around a maypole to. fizzityuck christmas hymns (and carols), rated. pt 2. o come o come, emmanuel: managed to turn "israel" into a 5+ syllable word which is a feat unto itself. the drama factor really fucking elevates it. heavy organ rattles me bones like nothing else. 7/10. silent night: tender and mild really sums this shit up. i'd rather the night be silent than listen to this, if that's an option. has negative vibes, negative energy, and i don't know what the back half of this song sounds like because i fall asleep 20 seconds into it without fail. mild isn't howi like my holy infants, chicken wings, OR hymns. 0/10. in the bleak mid winter: has ample drama, but the abundance of latin is classist. really captures the spirit of awful english winters. 6/10 update: the original poetry anthology this appeared in belonged to a woman, was called Goblin Market, and had some soft af ladies embracing in bed on the front cover so i'm retroactively bringing this up to a 9/10. little donkey: forgot this existed until it was requested and i was overcome with such a wave of nostalgia i could not write for some time. tender and mild but in a nice, soft way that makes me ache for childhood. 10/10. while shepherds watched their flocks by night: reads a little bit like the bethlehem local newsletter but that just means it's an absolute classic church-y christmas song. we've done it! we've broken emotionless christian holiday content down to it's bare essentials! 4/10. the cat carol: Every Christmas my parents come alive, inviting droves of loved ones over to their house and hosting many parties throughout the holiday season. Newcomers will enter our abode during this time and my father will then, without fail, ask them if they have ever heard the cat carol. The answer is, invariably, "No, I haven't", which the man who raised me takes as an unspoken invitation to subject said houseguests to what might very well be the most upsetting piece of music ever crafted for human consumption. 1/10. snoopy's christmas: not a hymn, barely a carol, but should be both. o0/10 fizzityuck Everyone on this post trying to defend silent night me SP'2013 Source: fizzityuck 885 notes This post made me realize I don't like Christmas pop songs but I do like Christmas hymns (long)
Front Cover: fizzityuck
 christmas hymns, rated.
 carol of the bells: merryMERRYmerry christm
 asmerryMERRYmerry christmas. creepy as shit
 and loving every moment of it. perfect for
 holiday-themed vampire lurking outside the
 gothic cathedral of your choice. just enough
 of a frantic tone to keep you on your toes
 and sung with a child choir? you've knocked it
 outta the park, bud. 10/10.
 hark, the herald angels sing!: not the best.
 a bit dry. can lose you if you're not paying
 attention. points for being easy for kiddies to
 sing at church though! we froth accessibility.
 5/10.
 good king wencelas: thin
 6/10
 and
 crisp
 and
 even
 o come, all ye faithful/adeste fideles: sex
 symbol. inventor of the crescendo. the
 absolute vibes this thing has are haunting,
 especially under and good church roof. smack
 an over confident leading tenor in the mix
 and you have a winner. 10/10
 ding dong! merrily on high: makes me
 feel like i'm a young peasant girl running
 through the streets of a quaint european
 village in the wintertime with no cares
 save what father christmas shall deliver
 to my stocking this eve. would definitely
 Рoo0000000о00
 hosanna In excelsis
 0ООоо0000о
 OO
 again. 9/10.
 o holy night: the shift from relatively normal
 sounding verses to fall on your knees, oh
 hear the angel voices will never fail to shatter
 me like glass. 11/10
 away in a manger: like hark, the herald angels
 sing! this one is pretty simple. easy for the
 whole family to sing which makes it an ideal
 church song! but lacks energy. a good wind
 down, but that's about it. 5/10.
 we three kings of orient: i always thought
 the "three kings" were sorta stupid
 and unnecessary. like, the shepherds i
 understand, but three randos from "the
 east"? seems shoehorned in honestly. kinda
 feels like whichever apostle (matthew?)
 wrote that in somehow knew that, years in
 the future, groups of unenthusiastic children
 were gonna have to be assigned roles in
 nativity plays and added three more possible
 characters just to stop half the kids from
 having to play sheep and grass so they could
 be "included". cheers matt. song is okay i
 guess. 6/10.
 once in royal david's city: pretty
 inconsequential hymn, but the Choir of King's
 College Cambridge do an arrangement that
 makes me believe in God for approx. four and
 a half minutes every time I listen to it. 8.5/10,
 bonus points for the king's col. boys. ur doing
 so good lads. big love.
 the first noël: a true banger and a great song
 to sing in church because there's always
 some lady in the front pews who tries really
 hard to do all those killer soprano parts by
 herself. absolutely magical when sung right
 and absolutely magical when sung wrong.
 10/10
 quartzofeldsapphic
 do i saw three ships you coward
 fizzityuck
 i saw three ships: should only
 acceptable when it contains knockout
 levels tin-whistlery, which is rarely, but
 it's fine without it i guess. songs that are
 formatted like conversations or exchanges
 are automatically a hit because they allow
 churches to temporarily segregate their
 congregations like back in the good old days,
 which they just love. genuine tune tho. 7/10
 would dance around a maypole to.
 fizzityuck
 christmas hymns (and carols),
 rated. pt 2.
 o come o come, emmanuel: managed to
 turn "israel" into a 5+ syllable word which
 is a feat unto itself. the drama factor really
 fucking elevates it. heavy organ rattles me
 bones like nothing else. 7/10.
 silent night: tender and mild really sums this
 shit up. i'd rather the night be silent than
 listen to this, if that's an option. has negative
 vibes, negative energy, and i don't know what
 the back half of this song sounds like because
 i fall asleep 20 seconds into it without fail.
 mild isn't howi like my holy infants, chicken
 wings, OR hymns. 0/10.
 in the bleak mid winter: has ample drama,
 but the abundance of latin is classist. really
 captures the spirit of awful english winters.
 6/10
 update: the original poetry anthology this
 appeared in belonged to a woman, was
 called Goblin Market, and had some soft
 af ladies embracing in bed on the front
 cover so i'm retroactively bringing this up
 to a 9/10.
 little donkey: forgot this existed until it was
 requested and i was overcome with such a
 wave of nostalgia i could not write for some
 time. tender and mild but in a nice, soft way
 that makes me ache for childhood. 10/10.
 while shepherds watched their flocks by
 night: reads a little bit like the bethlehem
 local newsletter but that just means it's an
 absolute classic church-y christmas song.
 we've done it! we've broken emotionless
 christian holiday content down to it's bare
 essentials! 4/10.
 the cat carol: Every Christmas my parents
 come alive, inviting droves of loved ones
 over to their house and hosting many parties
 throughout the holiday season. Newcomers
 will enter our abode during this time and my
 father will then, without fail, ask them if they
 have ever heard the cat carol. The answer is,
 invariably, "No, I haven't", which the man who
 raised me takes as an unspoken invitation to
 subject said houseguests to what might very
 well be the most upsetting piece of music
 ever crafted for human consumption. 1/10.
 snoopy's christmas: not a hymn, barely a
 carol, but should be both. o0/10
 fizzityuck
 Everyone on this
 post trying to
 defend silent
 night
 me
 SP'2013
 Source: fizzityuck
 885 notes
This post made me realize I don't like Christmas pop songs but I do like Christmas hymns (long)

This post made me realize I don't like Christmas pop songs but I do like Christmas hymns (long)

Front Cover: Steel fan without a front cover and an exposed power cord that was taped over. In a church preschool classroom.
Front Cover: Steel fan without a front cover and an exposed power cord that was taped over. In a church preschool classroom.

Steel fan without a front cover and an exposed power cord that was taped over. In a church preschool classroom.

Front Cover: Thermaltake LE Can someone help me with how to get the front cover off my case?
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Can someone help me with how to get the front cover off my case?

Can someone help me with how to get the front cover off my case?