CRAZY KIDS ROOMS
EARLY 70s BEDROOMS OF FUTURE SERIAL KILERS
Here's some classic killer bedroom designs for kids
I found in the great 1970 book, "Good Decorating and Home
The Polka Dot Insanity Room. A must have for that
kid on the edge of that has everything. The crazy blue bunny on bed
has light up demon eyes and screams obscenities throughout the
night. And when turned, on magic ball lamp displays Bill Murray's
head and opens up a gateway to hell.
No child's room is complete without an evil clown
that commands you to kill. Framed drawings of parents on walls lets
kids stab them obsessively with forks or darts. If you buy this
collection now we'll also throw in this framed suicidal self
portrait drawing of your child with bloody bleeding wrists, tape on
plastic bag for the head, or a glue on rope noose.
My first Furrie on wheels is the perfect gift for
the kid that has everything. Children will spend hours loving this
cuddly bear. Extra big wheels allow children to get underneath and
taste every piece of his bubblegum flavored fur. My first Tranny
(pictured on chair) features patented lifesize velcro genitals of
both sexes! And after long tiring day of stacking up your
tupperware, you can curly up with your cuddly wrought iron stage
coach as you say goodnite to the cruel world.
Rip, tear, or mutilate the arms and bodies of these
prize harlequin paintings. For a special treat the whole thing is
human flesh flavored. So go ahead...eat up the remains!!! The tiled
floor is designed for easy clean up in case your kids kill and
butcher your favorite pet dog or cat.
Stuffed animal voyeur room. The perfect gift for our
young future exhibitionists of the world. Yogi Bear is
positioned perfectly to stare into your child's eyes to program him
with subliminal "Everyone's Against You" messages.
With this ugly blue and green color scheme even the
heaviest bed-wetter won't be detected. The special "Little
Howard Hughes Nightstand" allows children to store their own feces
to share with playmates. Impress your friends with Diane The Doodie
Doll (pictured on bed). Push her belly and enjoy a tasty treat.
Bunk beds with razor sharp Ping Pong hazing paddles
and horn instrument. It's a good thing the top bunk has a handy
pencil holder next the pillow, it's the perfect thing to write your
suicide note before you fall 20 feet to the linoleum death below.
And this durable AM radio broadcasts the room location to aliens who
are hungry for the eyeballs of young boys and girls.
TREY PARKER and MATT STONE'S PRE-SOUTH PARK
COMEDY CLASSIC MAY BE THE FUNNIEST DVD EVER!
I can't explain how much I love
Cannibal! The Musical. There's an honest fun to it that few
films have ever accomplished. While many first films by
students flounder horribly, everything seems to click with this
movie, which never ceases to dazzle my friends that I get the
pleasure of showing it to for the first time. After borrowing
the video of it just months ago, I promptly bought the DVD and have
seen it no less than 25 times. Cheezy gore, corny dialogue,
and some of the most catchy songs ever recorded help make this a
comedy classic for the ages.
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A LOOK AT THE TOP 20 MALE REACTIONS TO OLIVE OYL
When one thinks of sexy cartoon
character babes, Olive Oyl seems to get lost in the shuffle, but the
grand dame of cartoon gals is the prototype inked vixen.
Though Popeye turns 75 this month, few realize that his gal Olive,
was actually a regular in the Thimble Theater strip he first
appeared in 10 years prior! Yep, this 85 year old doll was
knocking them dead 16 years before Betty Boop was created.
Pastor Steve, who runs a great and
obsessive pop-culture site was kind enough to let us run this
great tribute to the red-blooded "yahoo!" male reactions to the
lovely Ms. Oyl. Tex Avery's cartoons with eye-poppin' howling
wolfs popularized this great art form, but the Popeye toons took the
reactions to a whole new level.
So without further adieu, we
present, "The Top Reactions To Olive Oyl"
FANTAGRAPHICS TO REPRINT ALL 50 YEARS OF PEANUTS
STRIPS IN MONSTER 25 VOLUME SET!
On April 1st, 2004,
is releasing the 1st edition of
what will end up being a monstrous 25 volume set reprinting every
Peanuts strip ever made. Though the work has been reprinted in
hundreds of ways through the years, never before have they been
chronologically presented in this fashion. In fact, Volume One
will contain many strips that have never been collected before.
As you can see from these panels from the
debut year of Peanuts,
Snoopy was making friends with birds 17 years before Woodstock was
I totally dig the original crisp and innocent style Charles
Schulz used in the strip's early years. He set a standard for
strips featuring children that is felt even to this day.
Charlie Brown is the prototype loveable loser, while Snoopy may be
the most influential animal to ever appear in the medium. You
simply can't have an Opus, Hobbes, Garfield, or even Marmaduke
without Snoopy paving the way.
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AND A LOOK AT MORE EARLY STRIPS