Relevant to Tumblr’s interests.Source: ropeofsilicon.com
@ropeofsilicon: Just so there’s no confusion, that Underworld Awakening poster that’s floating around is a fake: http://tinyurl.com/3lojow8Source: bestforfilm.com
omg. OMG. TO GO WITH THE COFFIN BED omg.
[Image description: a Draculaura doll with pale pink-white skin, short black and pink-striped pigtails standing straight up, a tiny heart on her cheek, and pajamas of a kind I have never quite seen before (fitted, white ruffles, hot pink, white polka dots, cap sleeves and… knee pants? I guess this is what The Kids sleep in these days? Also, monster slippers and a polka-dot sleep mask. I want monster slippers). She is posed with one hand over her mouth, one hand up in the air, and one leg kicked back, which I call SHENANIGANS ON because LIKE YOU GOT THAT DOLL TO STAND UP THAT WAY ON HER OWN, I AM SO SURE.
Unless specified, assume everything involved is hot pink.]Source: amazon.com
[Image description: fully justified margins, Times New Roman, with some words bolded, italicized, larger or smaller, to make the words fit neatly. The actual text says,
is a serious problem that affects us all. You gotta nip this
kind of thing in the bud, or you’re going to end up with
a nasty vampire infestation. I know a lot of people like to
get their kids vampires for the holidays, but they get tired of
them so fast, you know? “Daddy, the vampire is boring,
he just sleeps all day, I want a werewolf.”
So many vampires end up abandoned in shelters,
the kind you see in those sad commercials with the Singer
McSongwriter ballads and the big sad eyes and the captions
that say “Am I going to get staked today?” or just dumped
out on the streets. And then you’ve just got an out-of-control
feral vampire population and nobody wants that.
Please, spay and neuter your vampires.
a message brought to you by Cleolinda Industries.]
Okay, that’s all. Thank you for your time.
A design I made for the CafePress store. It’s not specifically Twilight-related. However, I feel like it would be an excellent shirt/sticker/button with which to gently troll the Breaking Dawn panel at Comic-Con. Also comes in white lettering on black.
[Image description: three lines of text, both margins justified, on a white background. TALK TO YOUR KIDS ABOUT in small, bold black Arial; VAMPIRES in large red Times New Roman with a thin black border; AND DRUGS IF YOU HAVE THE TIME in small black Arial.]
To save her friends from the dreaded vampire lord Otto Goetzi, gothic author Ann Radcliffe and her fearless vampire hunting companions, Merry Bones the Irishman, Grey Jack the faithful old servant, the revenge-driven Doctor Magnus Szegeli, and Polly Bird, one of the vampire’s earlier victims, launch an all-out attack on Selene, the Vampire City…
It’s not what you think. Paul Féval wrote this—originally in French, La Ville Vampire—in 1867.