Thrift Horrors 9/13

It’s been a while since I’ve done a thrift horror post, so here are a few recent goodies.

Is there a medical condition that causes two-tone bodies?

Two words: Wolf Eyes (and I ain’t talking about the band).

Frankenbunny…the perfect toy for undead children (that “cotton tail” almost looks like something is bubbling out of him *shudder*).

Pilgrim Children…of the Damned.

Ow. It hurts to look at these. Streeeeeeeetch….

“Oh honey…I want a portrait to remember you just as you are now…crying and depressed.”

Santa is either drunk, or serious about his Pilates routine.

And speaking of Santa, here he is incorporated into a mind-blowingly bizarre tribute (I almost feel offended by this…but I’m not exactly sure how).

What the…?

Look at this shifty-eyed, shady bear! Lecherous creature! Hide your children.

I always pictured Jesus as a fat lumberjack.

Today’s forecast: cheesy with a chance of scattered awful.

Some things cannot be unseen…

I find this idea cruel, actually. Don’t tease me with your pastry realism.

Party Aardvark bids you farewell…

Most images taken from here.

9 Responses to “Thrift Horrors 9/13”

  1. Haha! Some of this stuff is just utterly bizarre! I wonder what the world would look like if more people could actually make the things they thought up. Although that cat looks like someone couldn’t *quite* materialise their idea.

  2. That Santa/Jesus portrait is out of this world. I wonder if one could find it anywhere for a bit less than FIFTY DOLLARS.

  3. What a great post!!! Utterly hilarious. I especially loved your captions for each photo.
    I think I would totally purchase the lecherous teddy bear and the Frankenbunny for my friends who have kids…

  4. I agree with Christina, that painting was something else. It was amazing indeed. Jesus and Santa pairings are always funny… but adding 9-11 in there…. It’s an unbeatable trio. Apparently the artist forgot all about pearl harbor though. I think that should have been incorporated in there some how as well. Thanks for posting the thrift store oddities. Always amusing!!!

    • shewalkssoftly Says:

      Haha…oh now Pearl Harbor might have made it tacky. 😉

      • – Sal’s Boutique. LOL That’s great.Really nice shot. I am fond of water towers also, pruticalarly the older style ones that are becoming harder to find. That Salvation Army ad is also a throwback to yesteryear, something you don’t see much of these days. That was how businesses were branded, with names and messages actually painted onto the buildings.Nice shot!Jimi Jones recently posted..July 18, 2011 6:13 pm

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