The photo supposedly taken at this year's festival went viral this morning after it was re-tweeted more than 2, times. A little boy looks horrified after getting a close-up look at a naked man's groin, supposedly at this year's Glastonbury festival. The picture is actually at least four years old after first appearing on a blog post on 30 May by Joey Devilla, the Independent reported. One wrote: "Warning: Never take your kids to Glastonbury! There is bound to be a load of naked hippies. By Anthony Bond. Shock: This picture was widely re-tweeted this morning after being supposedly taken at this year's Glastonbury Sign up to FREE email alerts from Mirror - daily news Subscribe We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters.
The organizers expected 50,000. They peaked at over 400,000.
Right: A young woman wearing fresh flowers, body paint, and vivid colors. Left: A young hippie sits cross-legged in a New York City park in A couple with matching flower body paint walks together during the Isle of Wight Festival in the UK in
So glad you could make it to today's Mockingbird Lane blog post! Yes, you read that COR. I adore having the sleeves myself, but the fact that you can tear them away and go from sweet to sassy in point zero two seconds is SUCH a bonus! Despite all the mysterious charm that surrounds the moon-star all over pattern on the dress, it's design is such that you can TOTALLY wear this outside of the spooky season and still look cute without being out of style! It may give you that same "mysterious charm", but hey--you'll be standing out and standing out is how ya get all the attention, Babii! So, unfortunately It is " We got black, blue, magenta, orange, and purple!
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