Do you see this picture? this poster hangs on my brothers wall. He is only 12 years old and has been battling cancer since he was 4.. My brother got sick again and when he found out he got really scared that he might die and he went to his room and started crying. I followed him and I told him: he should stop crying and that he is strong he can win this. He didn’t believe me and he looked at me and I felt really sad looking at his eyes. I promised him if he wins this I will bring Cole and Dylan Sprouse to meet him. You should have seen his smile guys, it was amazing. He must be their number one fan. He is going to the U.K. tomorrow to start chemotherapy in the hopes that he can have a second bone marrow transplant. He will be a patient of the Royal Marsden Hospital in Sutton. My mother tried to contact them through their website and I decided to post it on my blog too. I saw tumblr doing magic and I really need your help guys, reblog this please and spread it to the world we need to find the Sprouse brothers. This is what I promised him and I must keep my promise.
REBLOG THIS RIGHT NOW AND SOMEONE GET THE BOY WHAT HE WANTS
there was totally a point it stopped being funny
that point was about 5 seconds after it became a thing
My lovely followers, please follow this blog immediately!
Seriously though Tumblr, you need to get the heck over this Cole Sprouse thing, alright?
It was I don’t even know how long ago. Your childhood isn’t “over” because Cole Sprouse used us as a sociology experiment, okay?
I was sad about it for like 2 seconds then I moved on. Seems like everybody else here really knows how to hold a grudge…
On April Fool’s day everyone on tumblr should change their icon to different variations of Nicolas Cage’s face
Or all follow Cole Sprouse on Twitter, then unfollow him the next day and say it was a social experiment
on december 21 the mayans are going to come back and tell us all it was just a social experiment
It’s December 21st
You go to tumblr.com
It does not exist
The only thing you can see
it was just a social experiment