La rue Scribe

Last night I had a dream that my dad drove me and my sister into a gas station. When we got out I discovered that Vincent Price was working at the gas station, like wow, fantastic, didn’t know that guy was still alive. I tried to bring as much to my sister’s attention, whispering to her as we left. “Mince and mice?” She asked, confused. “Vincent Price.” I repeated. “LINT AND ICE?” she said loudly. “Noooo, Vincent Price.”

I woke up and told my mother about this dream and she responded by saying “Vince and Christ were working at a gas station?”

I can't get over your sheep jokes.

Oh, ewe

Maybe it’s haunted….just when my consciousness finally begins drift…just when i think i am safe……..i hear a spectral, echoing “mEEEEEH” pierce the night

Maybe it’s haunted….just when my consciousness finally begins drift…just when i think i am safe……..i hear a spectral, echoing “mEEEEEH” pierce the night

my dog appears to have mixed feelings about this new skull friend. her desire to sniff said skull, thus sating her curiosity, doesn’t quite trump the inherently cowardly side of her personality

Fanexpo was cool, I bought a sweet sheep skull!!!

bogleech:

florafaunagifs:

Leaf bug (Phyllium giganteum)

The constant wobbling as they move is a part of their disguise, making it seem as though the “leaf” is only moving because of a light breeze.

If you blow on one it will also shake around in the hopes of matching any actual surrounding leaves

viciouus:

WHO REMEMBERS USING THIS IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AND IT WAS THE BEST COMPUTER LAB DAY WHEN WE COULD USE KID PIX

viciouus:

WHO REMEMBERS USING THIS IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AND IT WAS THE BEST COMPUTER LAB DAY WHEN WE COULD USE KID PIX

allanimeistrash:

spongebob really understood this whole gender thing on a deeper level

allanimeistrash:

spongebob really understood this whole gender thing on a deeper level

neptunain:

honeymoon is an interesting term because an actual moon made of honey would imply space bees which is pretty horrifying

r4tqueen:

"I hate you, Mom."

r4tqueen:

"I hate you, Mom."

idk which one of you it was who wrote that line but it was incredible

tastefullyoffensive:

There are two kinds of parrots…

tastefullyoffensive:

There are two kinds of parrots…

acersecomic:

Been kicking around the idea of doing my own spin on Gaston Leroux’s Phantom of the Opera.

Based on my interpretation of the story, Raoul, who usually is depicted as a dashing hero type, is this precious dandy baby.  He’s sheltered and naive and just a little ridiculous, but he means well.

Then there’s the Persian/Daroga. The people of the Opera are a bit frightened of him.  He’s this big intimidating presence who’s always lurking around. He’s actually a very empathetic, it just keeps getting him into trouble.

And Christine. Christine is a haunted young woman in more ways than one.  Never fully recovered from the death of her father Christine is left this faded version of herself. She’s clearly vulnerable and finds solitude in the Voice teaching her to sing, even when she suspects it might be a delusion. 

acersecomic:

More Phantom of the Opera schtuff. The Girys!
Madame Giry who keeps the Phantom’s box, occasionally thwarts the Daroga’s snooping and Little Meg who delights in teasing Christine.

acersecomic:

More Phantom of the Opera schtuff. The Girys!

Madame Giry who keeps the Phantom’s box, occasionally thwarts the Daroga’s snooping and Little Meg who delights in teasing Christine.

acersecomic:

Erik face studies(and a Christine) based on the Leroux description. Very difficult to balance the skeletal appearance and expression. I’m getting there.

acersecomic:

Erik face studies(and a Christine) based on the Leroux description. Very difficult to balance the skeletal appearance and expression. I’m getting there.