Cool ideas for Halloween treats.
Dear Cap’n Crunch,
We need to talk. This relationship is just not working out. Its one sided. I feel abused and neglected here. I take care of you, I put you in the best bowls money can buy, and I always, ALWAYS give you the freshest of milks. THE FRESHEST!! I love you, I always have. Yet you still continue to hurt me! you are like a thorny rose- so beautiful yet so painful. I try to eat you in the most delicate way possible, but you still cut my mouth up!! What is wrong with you?! What have I done to deserve this torment!? I just want to eat you and not bleed out. I know I’ve tried to give you up in the past, but you just taste so good. I think, we finally have to part ways tho. I can’t keep cutting my mouth open every time I want breakfast. This is no way to live! This is 3 world country type of crap! After this box is done, you are forever out of my life. I do love you, and we’ve had some great times, but I need to work on ME now… and my ripped up mouth. Thank you for the memories, Cap’n.
The chick with the bloody cereal.
SO THE MARGE SELMA AND PATTY ARE MY FRIENDS I WAS LITERALLY BEHIND THE GUY WHO TOOK THE PHOTO
I would like to see Velma after she bought a katanna please?
DIY Homemade Intestines from Cassandra Gregg on Pinterest. Rarely as in never is Pinterest an original source - but it is here. The pinner made these homemade intestines in 6 easy steps which she listed here:
- Cut off the leg of a pair of pantyhose
- Make flour water paste and dip a paper towel in the paste
- Wad/roll the paper towel up and insert into the leg of the hose and repeat a second time to fill the length of the hose
- Use needle and thread to smash the intestines back and forth, like putting a worm on a hook
- Use fake blood (food coloring and corn syrup) to ad color
- Let dry
- Use to drape on costumes or around the house
Alone in the Dark: Illumination gets debut screens, artworks
New Atari horror inspired by the original 1992 Alone in the Dark title and H.P. Lovecraft. Check out the full gallery and teaser trailer here.
We’ve all heard of Betty Boop. But how many of you knew that she was based off of a BLACK woman.
Yes Betty Boop was based off of Ms.Esther Jones known by her stage name “Baby Esther”. She was an African-American singer and entertainer of the 1920’s. Her singing trademark was “Boop oop da doop” hence the name Betty Boop! She performed regularly at the cotton club in Harlem,New York.