• kind, good, and very tired Y
christapeterso
I hate earthquakes very much. I
am a good midwestern girl and
TORNADOES are the proper way to
receive the wrath of god
4 kind, good, and very tired @christ... 6h v
© HA) if this earth is going to strike us down the sky
should be green, there should be lighting,
and we should be holding each other in the
basement. Crushed to death bya collapsing
building on a SUNNY DAY absolutely not
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    • Follow me here, hurricanes are the true proper way to feel the wrath of God. Lightning, thunder, wind, flooding, and they can even get tornadoes with them sometimes.
      Liamaster 20 jun
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    • Plus we don't really even have to worry about em because we can smell em coming 3 business days before
      WarbossJ 20 jun
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    • To bad every time the tornado sirens go off everyone just stands on their front porch at looks at the sky
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    • My favorite thing to do as a Midwesterner is to explain to a non Midwesterner how tornado watching is a prime source of entertainment back home and that nobody goes to the basement unless the Tornado is at your house.
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    • Everytime there's a tornado warning for my area I don't give a shit I ain't scared of no twisty twirly visible wind
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    • Floridian here and I'd much rather feel a hurricane than any other wrath of God
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    • Yeah, I'm also from the Midwest and I agree, I think earthquakes are for little shits
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    • I dunno I think I’d rather stand outside and not die, instead of inside and dying anyway? Never been in a tornado but fuck that shit. Earthquakes are scary but at least you’re not being launched to outer space. That’s Yellowstone’s job next month I think?
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    • Imagine having natural disasters. This post was made by Northern Wisconsin gang
      weiredsam 20 jun
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    • I prefer being crushed between a meteors thicc thighs.
      Diarko 20 jun
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    • My homies died in the 2011 super outbreak the way god intended
      Oshawatt 20 jun
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    • I’m a Florida boy I see a hurricane I sit on my porch and wait for it to end
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    • As a fellow Midwestern girl, I agree completely.
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    • I live in Wisconsin, the scariest weather related thing we’ve had was back in like 2009 or something, crazy winds, heavy rain, lightning and thunder, giant trees fell, one of which actually fell one someone riding a motorcycle, I didn’t know him but he passed on the way to the hospital
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    • As a southerner, i have to disagree. It’s hurricane’s or bust. My City got destroyed by a tornado once and I’m still mad about it
      Camui 20 jun
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    • I feel earthquakes are a lot better than hurricanes. Idk never been in a hurricane but the destruction from a hurricane compared to an earthquake seem WAY different
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    • Auxilia 20 jun
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    • I like the not knowing that accompanies earthquakes. Big ones could literally happen at any minute with zero warning. Little ones happen every day. It’s like a game.
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    • We just had a big quake a couple months ago. Earthquakes suck because you never see them coming. It’s normal one second and then OH SHIT THE HOUSE IS SHAKING EVERYBODY GET OUT NOW.
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    • What’s a basement- sincerely Florida Man
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    • When I lived in Okinawa, I experienced typhoons every year. Let me tell you, it was always the scariest shit in my life. I lived in the 8th floor of an apartment tower, and you could feel it rocking and shaking with every gust.
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    • I like how every area of the country gets fucked by different natural disasters. East Coast? Hurricanes. Midwest? Tornadoes. North/northeast? Blizzards. West coast? Earthquakes. Northwest area? Constant threat of Yellowstone volcano erupting. There is no escape.
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    • As a Georgian. Fuck all of that. How we receive the wrath of god is through hurricanes. Hide inside all day for a long while, then go outside to witness how fucked up everything got. Tornadoes? Maybe! Lightning hitting your house? Who Knows! Gamblers spirit!
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    • I watch them shits from my porch lol
      Eclectics 20 jun
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    • Midwest gang
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    • Texas here... Hurricane are like water tornados
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    • that just sounds terrifying, no thanks i’ll stick to my earthquakes
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    • You can get an early warning (depending on where you are) for a tornado. An earthquake, you have no idea where it’ll be, when it’ll be, or how strong it is. Do you want to feel the true power of the unknown? Experience an earthquake.
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    • Idk man hurricanes are pretty scary.
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    • I love standing outside during a tornado, it’s thrilling when the wind starts switching directions and the sky turns light green. The tornados themselves are easy to spot and to tell where they’ll touch down. So when it happens so you have plenty of time to get in the house.
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    • No one commenting abt the water mark?
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    • Back in the 1990s,my wife and I were vacationing in Amana. It started to rain, so I left my wife in a store and went to get the car. By the time I got there, the rain was hard enough to make the wipers useless. Then tree branches started flying around. By the time it was done, the woolen mill...
      Fiddler 20 jun
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    • nah hurricane is the proper way💯
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    • I live in the mountains. The fires come every 5 years, and we all pray they don’t reach us. Trapped in a valley as the flames get closer, hour by hour.
      knoll8888 23 jun
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    • I would rather stand tall on solid ground and face an F5 tornado with lightening, hail, and wind so loud you go deaf, than have some bitch ass earthquake tremble the ground beneath me on a sunny day ffs
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    • Hah, in the midwest we ain't afraid of no twirly wind, you don't even go inside until it's at your house. And even then you test it for a bit
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    • Literally a tornado here rn, amazing.
      Wolfdog 21 jun
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    • Amen
      15spaces 20 jun
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    • From experience, tornadoes aren’t cool anymore when your house you just got done renovating and moved into gets leveled in a matter of seconds. Took my family ten years to somewhat fully recover from June 17, 2010.
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    • Hurricanes are the real man’s disaster
      _Hans 22 jun
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    • My happy go lucky ass hoping to see a tornado vs my bitch ass mom freaking out over how a tornado is going to end everything.
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    • Welcome to every other day In Oklahoma
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    • Same
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    • Phexal 20 jun
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    • A green sky?
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    • Not American can’t relate
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    • I’m from Boston. Haven’t had a blizzard in YEARS. Global warming <3
      AURAXXUR 20 jun
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    • Ok thot
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    • Hurricanes are the proper way to receive wrath. In a poetic manner, the land is flooded and becomes water and the water becomes land.
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    • Earthquakes are a demon’s punishment
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    • I love earthquakes, I get a little massage every few years
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    • Hurricanes! Florida Hurricanes are the wrath of everything that has ever existed
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    • For Alberta, our natural disaster is living knowing seasons are a lie and +32C one day means shit because it’s -FuckYou 30 and blizzard ing next week but it’s fucking May.
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    • I thought catholic priests were how we recived the wrath of god
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    • Born in Kansas, but i live in NJ now. I know theres a lot less naders here but i love lookin out for them and watching storms. I wish to see a tornado in person one day
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    • 2020 right that down on a massive scale
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    • Lightning Tornadoes are fucking insane
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    • No I live on east coast and we deal with hurricanes. Storms a quarter of the size of the USA with winds over 150miles per hour. Were due for a storm that big soon
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    • Volcano is the way to go it'll be so hot
      omegapool 23 jun
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    • Missouri gang where u at
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    • This is hurricane/blizzard erasure. I’m from New England and honestly, that’s the only way to go
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    • I mean...she’s right
      dedric 23 jun
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    • You guys go to the basement for naders??? I take a lawn chair and watch from the porch
      cooky22 23 jun
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    • Death by snu snu is the best way to go.
      skrowtum 23 jun
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    • The sky should be green?
      TWM249 23 jun
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    • Gotta sniff it out, we cant sniff out a earthquake
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    • Me preparing the gasoline for god - passerby: what are you doing - me: undergoing the wrath of god
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    • Here I am in the midwest not in the tornado belt....have no natural disasters here...just some wicked snowstorms sometimes
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    • I would rather have a once a decade earthquake that most likely will only affect half a town 50 miles away than a yearly tornado ripping through
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    • If there is a god, it seems like they try really hard to wipe out the Midwest and the South. It might not be proper correlation, but I’d like to think someone is trying to wash away all the incest and ignorance
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    • And they call Californians pussies.
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    • Spoken like a true midwestern
      lexushi 22 jun
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    • Lol, imagine thinking anything is superior to the hurricane. A massive tornado that can cause small tornados, small tsunami-like waves, rip up trees and roofs and houses and cars just like tornados, etc.
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    • Southerners near the coast when another hurricane is coming
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    • The sky turns like an ominous orange here when it’s about to be a tornado. It kinda feels like Doom when it happens
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    • We dont cower in the basement, we stand on the front porch watching the storm
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    • Volcanic are the way to go. Deafening explosions, fireballs raining from a choked blackened sky, walls of extremely hot gas moving at insane speeds, and then a possible undiscovered virus trapped in the volcano, now released over hundreds of miles
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    • Tsunamis are better
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    • Cringe as fuck, especially all of you in the comments lol
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    • I’m not afraid of wind
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    • Whenever I’m subject to god’s wrath, he makes me put on a blindfold, spins me around 77 times, then pushes me down the stairs
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    • I’m from Wisconsin and nobody from California I’ve met doesn’t think you can sleep through a tornado
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    • She has a point
      jetusc24 22 jun
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    • Did this dumb bitch call tornadoes green
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    • Once you live in the midwest for about 5 years, you can smell a tornado coming 3 days in advance
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    • I’m from Connecticut and we see our wrath of god from taxes that’s about it
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    • My birthday was on Friday, and my girlfriend decided to make the day all about her and to end the day, she decided to get mad at me because one of my friends who’s a girl decided to text me happy birthday
      whyusomad 22 jun
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    • Gatekeeping on how to die? Bit strange init?
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    • Do the sky’s turn green during a tornado?
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    • I’m from Arizona, all we have is heat and Haboobs
      johnkay 22 jun
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    • I’m from California and moved out east for collage, and let me tell you, tornados scare the shit out of me. I miss earthquakes at this point.
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    • One note is that we can predict tornadoes and hurricanes, but earthquakes can be fucking random
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    • I live in NJ, hurricanes aren't too common here. But when they hit, THEY FUCKING HIT
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    • When life gives you lemons, fuck a parakeet
      teddyt13 22 jun
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    • Had 2 tornadoes pass recently and I just continued to dm my dnd game till my connection died
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    • You know she's not from the Midwest because when we get the warning and the sky starts to take a massive shit we just look at the sky and never go in the basement. Sometimes we even just now the damn lawn.
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    • As a Californian, I can say that we burn more than have earthquakes. So it's more like you die of inhalation or burn to death.
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