We killed this, and I didn't even know what it was... xD
nett: OH MY GOD! I just went to empty the compost dorkuchan: ? xxJenjeh: O_o xxJenjeh: o_O nett: and there was a hulking great big spider ON THE HANDLE of our compost bin dorkuchan: D: xxJenjeh: lol nett: and then when I freaked out and flipped the lid right off onto the ground dorkuchan: er dorkuchan: DDDDD: xxJenjeh: WAS IT AN ELITE? XD nett: I discovered that the handle area was FILLED WITH SPIDER EGG SACS nett: IT WAS AN ELITE OMG xxJenjeh: HOSHIZ ITS THE LAIR nett: So I went inside, and got the barrier spray xxJenjeh: KEEELLL IT nett: and AOE-ED THE WHOLE THING TO HELL M xxJenjeh: HAHA I <3 you XD dorkuchan: XDD nett: But now I don’t want to go back out there and put the lid back on >_<;; xxJenjeh: and look for loot xxJenjeh: obviously nett: BUT THE LOOT WILL BE GOOEY SPIDER LEGS nett: And I’ll just have to like, vendor trash it xxJenjeh: yea xxJenjeh: and well all know that shit is useless nett: might as well just leave the bodies there to clutter up the map for a while, it’ll vanish on its own eventually! dorkuchan: XD xxJenjeh: :B
☆ 3/5 Leather Bound Books
⇒ Its a solid kid’s movie. Competent, has everything there, magic, mystery, and a little mayhem. Got a MASSIVE squee out of Jennifer Connelly’s cameo considering her role vs Paul Bettany’s, even though it was decidedly lack lustre. Great cast, who do exactly what their roles require of them but not much more. Not a lot more to say about it other than ‘solid’ really. xD
I have NEVER before heard of Kubrick Blythes, which is, as far as I’m concerned, CRAZY FACED as they’ve been around for the best part of a decade by all accounts. I’ve hung out on Blythe forums, scoured all sorts of photo resources for Blythes over the years, and I own ACTUAL Blythes. Well, not ones from the 70s, but you know what I mean.
HOW HAVE I NOT HEARD OF THEM!? And now that I have. DO. WANT! O_O;; I especially love the photoshoot of that second mosaic-ed blythe, the Zombie Kubrick Blythe, savaging poor Totoro. xD
There’s some really great prints and some favourite fabric print designers among their ranges; its a dangerous mine field. And they also stock some must-have patterns – especially if you’re into gift making:
Anthropologie has always been an evil and horrendous purveyour of too much pretty. Those bastards. And they’re at it again, this time making me pine for rugs that I cannot have – and now must actually learn how to properly make my own for my future pie-in-the-sky house. Perhaps thats what I’ll put on my rugs. Pie. In the sky.
Everyone likes pai. Raight?
But it did make me hunt out the delectable arts of Maxine Sutton and have me grabby handsing and pretty much everything – even things I have ZERO use for like the lavender spoons (or soons as the product id would have it xD). WHAT AM I GOING TO DO WITH THAT, I CAN’T EVEN SMELL LAVENDER. xD
Greg’s face: *goes all blank as if he’s on standby for a moment* Me: *wonders if her suspicions are true, and her partner’s clearly android self has powered down for a moment* Me: Huh. How does androgyny have anything to do with androids? Greg: Because of andro, meaning human… Well, actually I believe it means man. Me: *wonders even harder how android is even a word and tries to connect human with the id and come up with robot* But how does that have anything to do with androgyny, that’s like… Not a man. Greg: Yes, but that’s because of gyno, Me: You’re a gyno. Greg: NO. YOU!
♥ We’re off to the country for a week, so I’ll be largely offline again/still/stuff. HAVE A GOOD WEEK, EVERYONE!