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"Valentine’s Day in Japan is a time when girls give chocolates, known as “honmei choco” (“true feelings chocolate”) to the boys they really like.

"Often, these chocolates will be painstakingly hand-made by the girl, before she passes them to her love.

"But now, a disturbing “spell” circulating on Twitter suggests that girls are putting their menstrual blood, spit, or hair into the chocolates to ensure that their love is reciprocated…"

consultingtimekhaleesi:


Blood bounces quite strikingly on snow not only because of the obvious color/contrast discrepancy, but the large difference in temperatures.

Another post to add to the list of “I swear I’m not a serial killer, just a writer”

consultingtimekhaleesi:

Blood bounces quite strikingly on snow not only because of the obvious color/contrast discrepancy, but the large difference in temperatures.

Another post to add to the list of “I swear I’m not a serial killer, just a writer”

(via rippedfeathers)

"According to some sources, a schoolgirl was kidnapped and brought to the Yui Grand Love Hotel – which by then was already abandoned. Three criminals apparently kept her in one of the rooms, abused her and then finally murdered her.

"A graffiti artist may have wanted to bring the story of the murdered schoolgirl to life with this rendering of bloody handprints. Whoever was responsible for these eerie impressions, they certainly have the desired macabre effect."

(via 7 Creepiest Abandoned Japanese Love Hotels)

brucesterling:

Keep Cal/

brucesterling:

Keep Cal/

365thday:

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30 Days Of Night by Andrew Cheverton

Andrew Cheverton is an artist and writer. He lives in Hampshire with his wife and their two children.

Wolverine Goes From Red All Over, To Black And Blue Bleeding Cool Comic Book, Movies and TV News and Rumors

Sometimes, people who know I once had a £40-a-week comic habit ask me why I don’t buy comics from Marvel or DC any more. This is pretty much why. They are not being written for me. They are not being written for a young generation of comic fans. They are written for an increasingly jaded and rapidly aging hardcore of longterm fans who have forgotten entirely why they came to love the medium as children.

"The Dark Side Of Light.  An ongoing portrait project of very dark yet light photos.”