Mainly a Skarsgård shrine.
Yes I work at IKEA in hopes that one day He shows up to buy extra covers for his Karlstad sofa
I want you guys to take a few minutes and look through these photos…
These are just a few of the screen grabs we got from twitter of a guy/gal/assclown offering goodies/giveaways for a donation to some cause.
@AlexanderSkars = BIG ASS FAKER
In this assclown’s posts, they’re claiming they raised money for various charities…charities AlexSkarsgard.Net actually raised monies for.
Assclown had NOTHING to do with raising these funds and whatever funds they’re raising now ARE NOT going to a charity Alexander Skarsgård knows anything about. WE are not supporting or sponsoring assclown’s giveaways in any way. THEY have NOT purchased any goodies from our shop such as the ones they’re offering in their tweets. (I see what sells and those did not).
I’m terrified at how many fans are being suckered in by this douche nozzle.
How much money is this assclown making that fans think are going to a good cause? They’re even offering lunch dates with Alex and free trips…sigh…..no….
Screen grabs have been sent to Alexander and his management.
Hopefully this will be taken care of soon.
Until then, please be careful out there.
And before you start to argue with me that this assclown is legit, I’ll remind you that ASN has been around for almost six years WITH Alexander’s blessing.
Charities we have run have been approved by him directly or him through his manager.
We have direct contact with Alexander and his management team and we can easily confirm that THAT assclown is NOT Alex. I’ll say it again… ALEXANDER SKARSGÅRD IS NOT ONLINE.
Please PLEASE….don’t believe that’s the real deal or you’ll be throwing your money into some asshole’s pocket rather than donating to a worthy cause.
Thanks for “hearing” me out…
There’s a certain pathos to watching a show you used to like and is now limping toward the finish line — the titles are the same, the actors are (mostly) the same, but everything’s long since lost its luster. So it’s gone with HBO’s True Blood, which… look, OK, no, it’s never been exactly high art. But for a couple of seasons, at least, was an enjoyably risqué Southern romp whose appeal was based around a somewhat intriguing premise (the integration of vampires into human society), a couple of memorable characters (mainly Alexander Skarsgård’s Eric Northman)… and nudity. Lots of nudity. For at least the last couple of seasons, though, it’s been on a slide, and it’s probably to everyone’s benefit that this seventh season is the last. But is it any good?