September42014

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September32014

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archiemcphee:

Grab your favorite hex key, screw driver, a rubber mallet and, well, probably some heavy weaponry too. Seriously, a good flame thrower is about to come in very handy. Illustrator Ed Harrington created an ongoing series of illustrations, modeled after IKEA furniture assembly instructions, that provide simple guidelines for creating different movie monsters. Here you see DIY instructions for building your very own Brundlefly from The Fly, a Xenomorph, Jason Voorhees from Friday the 13th, Edward Scissorhands and Pinhead, the Cenobite leader from Hellraiser.

With the exception of Edward, you’ll almost certainly regret successfully completing any of these guides. Thankfully Harrington sometimes also includes warnings about what one shouldn’t do with their newly-created monster. Don’t forget that flamethrower.

Visit Ed Harrington’s website or follow him here on Tumblr at edharrington to check out more of his artwork.

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September22014
Ty’s Tuesday Tumblr Tale
(Where I find a random photo on Tumblr and write a story behind it, all stories are fiction) 
It was a chilly fall day, the mist was just raising for the day ahead. The snow has already began to coat the mountains around and in less than a month, the water will be frozen, and white forests will stretch as far as you can see from the dock. 
As a family we use to always come up to the lake, there is a cottage just a stone throw to the lake, and the only cottage in the region. Closed off from everywhere around us, the closest town from us being an hour drive west and even there, there is only a crescent with a bakery, police station and grocery store. 
I can’t remember a fall we didn’t come up, maybe a couple times when we were kids, but recently, every year. There is just something about this place that feels like home. 
The cold breeze off the water, an uncommon feeling here, since we are in a narrow crack between two mountains. Most times, its just generally cold, full coat and fresh cold air filling your lungs with every breath.
It just feels like home here, home with every breath.

Ty’s Tuesday Tumblr Tale

(Where I find a random photo on Tumblr and write a story behind it, all stories are fiction) 

It was a chilly fall day, the mist was just raising for the day ahead. The snow has already began to coat the mountains around and in less than a month, the water will be frozen, and white forests will stretch as far as you can see from the dock. 

As a family we use to always come up to the lake, there is a cottage just a stone throw to the lake, and the only cottage in the region. Closed off from everywhere around us, the closest town from us being an hour drive west and even there, there is only a crescent with a bakery, police station and grocery store. 

I can’t remember a fall we didn’t come up, maybe a couple times when we were kids, but recently, every year. There is just something about this place that feels like home. 

The cold breeze off the water, an uncommon feeling here, since we are in a narrow crack between two mountains. Most times, its just generally cold, full coat and fresh cold air filling your lungs with every breath.

It just feels like home here, home with every breath.

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11AM

Oh yes my five year plan does involve random tropical vacations, boat trips and helicopter auctions, how did you know?!?!

September12014
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August312014

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Want

Calvin and Hobbes: the college years

WHAT.

Y’know, I scrolled past this and thought to myself, “yeah, this is pretty cute, but I’m not gonna reblog it.”

Until I saw that last gif.

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