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  • Question: For future reference, what is the best sort of offering to leave for hungry ghosts in abandoned graveyards. The goal, I suppose, is to appease them without seeming like I'm inviting them home with me. I already have a cat, I'm not sure my HOA allows ghosts. Advice is much appreciated. - everydayechos
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    evilsupplyco:

    We’ve always been a fan of leaving letters. Ghosts and other undead tend to feed off of a variety of sources, but are often bereft of company and companionship.

    To the ghostly romantic, letters remind them what it was to be alive. To breathe and taste and touch and be heard. To be known. These are poetic ghosts, and their tales can be heartbreaking.

    To the ghostly logical, letters help them understand the world they have left and revisited. These are nerd ghosts, and are quite fun, if a bit unsure how to interact with people.

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Robert Rigassi, Hat by Caroline Reboux,  l’Officiel, August 1939

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Splendid Baccarat Michelangelo 1920 Bottle

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"If they miss you, they’ll call. If they want you, they’ll say it. If they care, they’ll show it. And if not, they aren’t worth your time."

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  • Question: Have you ever had an imaginary friend? :D - Anonymous
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A beautifully done interpretation of the Slytherin dorms.

The pool of water/ceiling light is based on the idea of an aristocratic Roman impluvium/compluvium. Gryffindor has a furnace in the center of the dorm rooms, so it seemed like an nice yin-yang effect as Gryffindor=fire and Slytherin=water. I’m not sure if the compluvium would magically let rainwater (and snow, and hail!?) in from the lake above, or not. I think it should.

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