Ads like these made the comics I read as a kid so much more exciting. X-RAY SPECS! SEA MONKEYS! INCREDIBLE MONSTERS FOR A DOLLAR! Kids these days… they’re missing out, I tell you what.
My family rules.
My husband’s Great Aunt Sharon posted the following to her Facebook:
…with the caption: Little Stephen King reads his 1st story in class — we have a budding Stephen King in our family — Stefanie Snider. I can’t tell you how that made me smile.
Sunday we visited my brother- and sister-in-law, the ones with my adorable nephews. The littlest nephew will be three in June, and has a baby monitor in his room. Turns out that the new monitor my in-laws bought doubles as a two-way speaker. My nephew was chilling in his room when his Mommy picked up the parent-end of the monitor and made the Grudge noise into it: “Aaaahhhh-h-h-ahhhhhh…” Cue the kid flying down the stairs, wide-eyed, and a lesson in silly jokes. Nephew pulled me upstairs to his room, pointed at the monitor, says “Makes a scawy noise, Ahhhhhhhh,” giving me a perfect rendition of the demon-noise from the movie, then giggling. This is how I know I belong in this family.
(from Toothpaste For Dinner)
(via Monday Thru Friday)
Just kidding. I want diamonds. SO. MANY. DIAMONDS.
A melding of two classics, just in time for the holidays!
(via 365 Days of Horror)