SPOOKY SHIT OF THE DAY: I see a tacky wedding dress, but you don’t hear me harping on about it.

SPOOKY SHIT OF THE DAY: I see a tacky wedding dress, but you don’t hear me harping on about it.

(Source: bunnyhepburn, via cutting-soup)

SPOOKY SHIT OF THE DAY: If my friends could do this it would solve a lot of problems, I’m telling you.

(Source: spiraphobia)

drawbrandondraw:

Comics bud Zac Gorman began putting together a Frasier zine a while ago. Progress is slow-going, but I talked to him and he said it would be cool to share my comic so here you go.

SPOOKY SHIT OF THE DAY: You know shit’s real when Frasier and Eddie team up. Those guys do NOT get along. (PS, I’ve been getting really into Frasier lately. Kinda scary in itself.)

dinnerpartyblog:

"Welcome to Dead House" by Rebecca Mock for Monster Edition zine.

SPOOKY SHIT OF THE DAY: That particular Goosebumps messed my shit up. Also, subtle horror > everything else.

dinnerpartyblog:

"Welcome to Dead House" by Rebecca Mock for Monster Edition zine.

SPOOKY SHIT OF THE DAY: That particular Goosebumps messed my shit up. Also, subtle horror > everything else.

SPOOKY SHIT OF THE DAY: I thought this said Handbook for Witches and got really excited.

SPOOKY SHIT OF THE DAY: I thought this said Handbook for Witches and got really excited.

(Source: blackmasses, via yeezytaughtme)

books0977:

Expiation. The Loves of Pierrot. Panels for the Century Theater, New York (1917). Raphael Kirchner (Austrian, 1876-1917).
Salomé’s story was the subject of a play by Oscar Wilde that premiered in Paris in 1896. Salomé takes a perverse fancy for John the Baptist, and causes him to be executed when John spurns her affections. In the finale, Salomé takes up John’s severed head and kisses it. Here, Kirchner replaces John with Pierrot.

SPOOKY SHIT OF THE DAY: “Who, me?” look on my face while holding a severed head is my new look for spring.

books0977:

Expiation. The Loves of Pierrot. Panels for the Century Theater, New York (1917). Raphael Kirchner (Austrian, 1876-1917).

Salomé’s story was the subject of a play by Oscar Wilde that premiered in Paris in 1896. Salomé takes a perverse fancy for John the Baptist, and causes him to be executed when John spurns her affections. In the finale, Salomé takes up John’s severed head and kisses it. Here, Kirchner replaces John with Pierrot.

SPOOKY SHIT OF THE DAY: “Who, me?” look on my face while holding a severed head is my new look for spring.

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SPOOKY SHIT OF THE DAY: This lil guy should have come more into play.

SPOOKY SHIT OF THE DAY: This lil guy should have come more into play.

(Source: fatalitum, via fyeahcreepythings)

They have to make the choice of their own free will. Otherwise, system doesn’t work. Like the harbinger: creepy old fuck practically wears a sign saying “YOU WILL DIE”. Why would we put him there? The system. They have to choose to ignore him. They have to choose what happens in the cellar. yeah, we rig the game as much as we have to but in the end, if they don’t transgress they can’t be punished.

SPOOKY SHIT OF THE DAY: Late Era Capitalism, but with Werewolves

(Source: thisyearsboy, via daddymymouthisfullofstars)

SPOOKY SHIT OF THE DAY: Meet James Ensor
wederliefde:

James Ensor - Skeleton Painter in his studio

SPOOKY SHIT OF THE DAY: Meet James Ensor

wederliefde:

James Ensor - Skeleton Painter in his studio

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SPOOKY SHIT OF THE DAY: Crying a Little at the Last One

itstonybetch:

doritoslocostacosupreme:

when your mom comes home and you know she has food

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when you’re half asleep and you remembered to do something

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when you get done with your 4th sit up

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when your alarm goes off but you can’t be bothered to wake up

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NIGHTNIGHT by DEDDY