Four Awesome Evil Snowmen
So you may have heard that Disney has released a new movie called Frozen. And if you’ve heard of Fr…
I used to love this bloody dragon when I was a kid. He hosted a Saturday morning show back in 1997, where he would not only show Batman and Animaniacs but talk about his personal life and relationships. I mean, here, he’s talking about his ex for Pete’s sake.
His show didn’t last long and I think it ended shortly before Christmas. I was sad to see him go, but he came back. Oh, did he come back. He may have been a dragon, but he rose from the ashes as Rorry, and hosted another channel called POP.
Oh yeah, he also made a cameo in the CITV awards before his last show.
i loved season one of american horror story!!
"Unicorns and winged horses, also known as a pegasus, are derived from Greek and Roman mythology. … Because these toys are based on mythological creatures, they are occult. Mythology is in contradiction to God’s Word. … Unicorns also are a symbol of the New Age Movement, which also is in direct contradiction to Scripture. …[I]n reality, the unicorn is the symbol of the future conqueror who will bring peace to the earth. The unicorn is the symbol of the Anti-Christ, which the prophet Daniel described in his vision as the little horn which rises in the midst of the ten horns. My Little Pony toys may be cute, but they are definitely based on occult symbolisms."
—Phil Phillips, Turmoil in the Toybox
Suck on that, you Lucifer-loving bronies. ;D
The Simpsons Christmas
Get it? He’s FAT! Oh that wacky Homer.
So, I was just thinking…this blog is a review blog named…
An artist who only draws butterflies perching on confused puppy noses and an artist who only draws skinless vore demons violating each other with giant maggot dildos in a boiling river of liquefied fetuses are just about equally likely to be kind, loving, respectful people or potentially dangerous, abusive or sadistic creeps.
And I only say “just about” because admittedly stack after stack of all puppy nose art would be pretty damn haunting