"Please stop selling shirts carelessly" wtf are they supposed to interview the people buying them like what does this dude want
"She smiled and laughed long enough to make you go away"
In high school I wouldn’t wear band shirts in public because men would stop me on the street and ridicule me for not knowing a certain obscure song by the band or fact about one of the members, like what the actual fuck.
tiny disgusting little man harasses woman he doesn’t know and attempts to shame her for wearing a shirt
I used to wear t-shirts from the band “Slayer” and like these weird dudes would come up to me all the time and would be like “Slayer!! Woo!” and want to talk to me about “Slayer”, and I’m like “I’ve never even heard one song by Slayer, I just like the shirt.” and then they like get this weird confused look on their face and are like “You should listen to Slayer bro! Woo! Slayer.” and now I don’t even wear my Slayer shirts anymore.
I was volunteering at a booksale when I ran across this and just…
Submitted to me by mrsrhettbutler
uh…those arms…you’re all thinking that, right…?
i feel like we’re all just kind of reblogging it in a circle and looking at each other uneasily like, waiting for someone to finally give in and yell it out in the reply chain
you held out as long as you could, i’m sure.
Edward Dildo-armsDOMO ARIGATO FISTO ROBOTO
I SPAT OUT MY WATER ON THE LAST COMMENT FUCK
Hugo Gernsback, Science & Invention (Electrical Experimenter), 1908-1931.
The Family of Tomorrow getting dressed-up to listen to their new Automo-Symphony Machine is my new favorite thing.
DVD/Blu-Ray Cover Art by Francesco Francavilla
After yesterday’s reveal of the poster for THE TOWN THAT DREADED SUNDOWN, here’s another horror movie I was involved with in some capacity: JEEPERS CREEPERS.
JEEPERS CREEPERS is part of MGM and Fox Entertainment's early start on Halloween by reissuing 13 (yep!) of their horror classics as in big outlets like Target. They partnered with SKUZZLES to package the new dvd/blu-ray release with artwork from some of the best poster artists in the industry.
Needless to say I was honored to be invited as well and blessed to be picked for this movie, which I really love (I think it’s one of the most underrated horror movies - pity as it’s a little Classic!)
Hope you guys dig it and stay tuned for more collabs with SKUZZLES: news coming soon :)
It’s so beautiful!
How To Care For Your Monster by Norman Bridwell (1970) Scholastic
Riddler by Tim Sale