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oh noooo

You came to the wrong coop, motherfucker!

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Goblin Spider by Forest Rogers

Goblin Spider was inspired by a folktale and traditional Japanese ukiyo-e prints. Elaborate hairpins made me think “legs,” of course. I also noticed that many beauties were depicted holding a bit of folded fabric or tissue in their mouths. This was a come-hither symbol, sufficiently demure to get past court censors but widely understood as erotic (don’t attempt it with Bounty Duratowel — it loses in translation). Thus, mouse in mouth. 

via Muddy colours

Posted to Cross Connect by Andrew

Roll for initiative

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youre gonna look so godamn cool

And then you can dance the Bone Dance with your fellow warriors to Cab Calloway singing “St. James Infirmary Blues,” and Danny Elfman’s “Don’t Go in the Basement”!

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In his series, The Good Badlands, photographer Guy Tal seeks to show us that though it is often hidden, and may only appear briefly, there is delicate and subtle beauty in abundance for any viewer with patience and desire.

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i think i can accurately say that i can crush a man’s head with my thighs

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Anonymous said: I've been having a lot of difficulty getting down to doing evil lately, Evil Supply Co, and I think I need help. I have all these delightful schemes and plots, but when it comes to the execution there-of, I find myself faltering.




The first thing we ask each and every professional villain who comes to us is, simply, “How do you personally define success?”

For some people, it is to take over a city. Others want the world, and yet still others want to rule all existence. Some simply want a more comfortable lifestyle, or freedom from the fear of obliteration at the hands of death.

Each stratagem laid out, with our help or by your own hand (claw, tentacle, or other appendage), must start from this basic premise: how is success defined, by you, right now?

Remove everything else from your vision. Carve away any unnecessary element. Now tackle the goal one paper thin layer at a time.

It is easy to grow discouraged because we too often focus on the here and now — a single failed plan or one batch of killer robots that explode, blowing up the workshop.

But you are not made of a single plan or a single batch of robots. You are made up of a lifetime’s progress to date, and you will continue on.

So take a step back, decide what goals you’re looking to accomplish, and begin again, more experienced and better equipped.

But what steps have I actually taken today towards achieving my own underwater volcano lair?

Deciding one and for all you wanted your volcano lair underwater instead of on an island. We are proud of your progress!

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