Desktop Goodies 4/1

Well, Spring is upon us here in the US. Though if Spring came to my door looking like this, you can bet I wouldn’t let it in.

Here’s a motivational poster for you fine folks:

What are the chances I could still get this T-shirt if I fill out the order form?

I believe I got this from A Wren’s Life’s Pinterest. Why aren’t there more images of people wrestling Death on medical packaging these days?

I’ve never seen a raven-haired man with a stark white beard, but now I know there’s a solution of such a man wishes to coordinate his whiskers.

One thing any man of mine will not have to worry about (if he doesn’t getting me going about art or science):

Quite possibly the best tombstone epitaph I’ve ever seen:

What happens when acorns are laced with cocaine…

No idea what these are (maybe one of you will know), but I think I like them.

The only way to travel…

This gets major points for being two things: 1) zombie nesting dolls 2) A CAKE.

And speaking of food, I shouldn’t have seen these…because now I will undoubtedly surprise unsuspecting guests with them one day (I’d carry them out facing backwards so the faces are extra shocking).

Though I don’t use much glitter in my projects these days, I very much relate to this (from Para Abnormal):

I’ve been quite under the weather lately, and this piece fairly accurately describes how I feel.

My very favorite closet light:

And lastly…we knew someone would jump on the chance to do this.

23 Responses to “Desktop Goodies 4/1”

  1. southernhon Says:

    Nice, except for that Whitney/Jesus picture. Sheesh.
    I now want a bat closet light pull.

    • shewalkssoftly Says:

      Yes. Some people might say “too soon.” I say, for a picture like this, NEVER is too soon.

  2. I keep trying to figure out a way to make the cards a part of some tarot deck but I don’t think that’s it. I can’t make the pictures stick with any meanings. I love the “eaten by rats” tombstone. lol

  3. I just googled mountain rats and they even show how to prep and cook them, Yuck!

  4. I love Hunt’s Remedy! I can’t believe he’s bottling Death.

  5. Oh my… I love that bat light pull chain!!! Ah! So cuuuute!

  6. Yay! I love and always delight in a D.G. post!!

  7. “Though I don’t use much glitter in my projects these days, I very much relate to this (from Para Abnormal):”

    Haha, wasn’t it Demetri Martin that said “Glitter is the herpes of craft supplies”?

    I think these D.G. posts may be my favorites. πŸ™‚

    For the whiskers!

  8. Sometimes I feel like the guy who was talked to death! When I go to graveyards, I always wonder how the one below my feet died. I wish they still put these little facts upon the markers. I think in the end we’ll all compare our death stories. How fun to say, “oh, well, I was eaten by mountain rats! Beat that!”

  9. Hello- Was wondering who the artist was who painted the owl pulling the carriage? it’s a beautiful painting and was curious, would like to take a look at more of their work!

    • shewalkssoftly Says:

      Unfortunately, I got it from a blog that didn’t list the artist. I see that all too often these days! I wish I knew who did it.

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