the “i had a good time” factor still the unbeatable metric in deciding if media is good
strangelittlestories: After shoving Hansel in the oven, the witch turns to Gretel – who is…
After shoving Hansel in the oven, the witch turns to Gretel – who is currently fending the witch off with a gingerbread chair – and says:
“I can’t believe you thought a trail of breadcrumbs would save you. I mean, honestly, this is a forest! It’s full of animals. Honestly, the very idea that a dumb shit like you thought you could get the better of me is absurd.”
Gretel hits her in the face with said chair. To be fair to the witch, she takes the chairshot like a champ.
“Did you know,” says Gretel, “that crows are capable of facial recognition?”
“Eh?” Says the witch, clambering to her feet and pulling a candy cane sledgehammer off the wall. “What’s that got to do with anything?”
“Not only that,” Gretel continues, “but they can remember both friends and enemies. And they’ll often follow people they remember as friends.”
The two fence with their sugared weapons for a moment, before the witch knocks the chair out of Gretel’s hands.
“Enough with the bird facts! Honestly, this whole attempted escape has been utter clownshoes. Get in the fucking oven!”
She seizes Gretel by the collar. Gretel immediately sandbags, letting her whole body go limp. This eminently practical defense forces the witch to try and deadlift her. Which is hard, as the witch often skips leg day.
“For example,” Gretel says, as the witch struggles and grunts, “if you feed crows a lot of breadcrumbs, they’ll probably start to see you as a friend and follow you in the hope of more food.”
The witch stops. Outside, she hears the thunder of wings.
“They’ll even bring you shiny things they find as presents!” Says Gretel, as a corner of the gingerbread ceiling is suddenly cut away by a large crow with a knife in its mouth.
“Oh shitballs.” Says the witch, as the crows descend. “I hope you know this is a great unkindness.”
“Technically,” Says Gretel, “It’s a murder.”
Midsomer Murders: a summary
digitaldiscipline:fromthedust:Cyanometer – an instrument for…
Cyanometer – an instrument for measuring blueness, specifically the color intensity of blue sky – attributed to Horace-Bénédict de Saussure and Alexander von Humboldt
you mothers fucker don’t need to make us scroll forty goddamn linear feet.
*hits ctrl C*
my mom got me this little thing and im obsessed with him…. little creature..
I have been thinking. about the creature
ART DECO GREEN CUPS & SAUCERS, 1930-1940
(CWS Windsor China, Shelley, Carlton Ware)
@anaquana this called out to me for you.