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Witch Party

  • Hearth Witch:

    *is the host who runs around with their broom, cleaning up people's messes while muttering little curses under their breath*

  • Kitchen Witch:

    *bursts from kitchen* I've made potions and cauldron cookiiiiiies~!

  • Water Witch:

    Where's the pool?

  • Sea Witch:

    I wanted to have a beach party...

  • Green Witch:

    *stays on the sidelines conversing with the houseplants*

  • Sex Witch:

    *to another* I think you and I could make some serious magick together after this party~ Or during, whatever you're into~

  • Techno Witch:

    I just upgraded your computer...oh and don't change the html, it'll bring you good luck. You're welcome.

  • Hedge Witch:

    Gather round and let me tell you about the time I was in the astral and...

  • Death Witch:

    *sees cat bring in dead bird* Oh man this party is great.

Kitchen Cursing

chaoticwanderings:

I’m not much of a kitchen witch (the kitchen likes me, but I don’t really like the kitchen) but yesterday my girlfriend and I were baking, idly making penis’ out of biscuit dough, when I bit the head off and suddenly thought “hey, this would make a pretty fucked up cool curse”. This post just sort of happened.

1. Poppets:

Instead of making poppets out of felt or paper you can make them out of cookie dough, pancake mix, and most baking deserts. Shape the dough like a body, etch the person’s name on it, whatever you normally do to make your poppets. You can even fill them before baking by sticking things in the dough (like a red m&m to represent someone’s heart) or after baking by baking them until they’re firm by still soft and shoving the items right in to their body.

And remember, you can stick yucky things in there, too! Since these cookies (usually) aren’t intended to be eaten you can fill it with beet juice (blood), pickles (poison-part of my personal associations), chili powder, pretty much anything you can get your hands on!

2. Harmful Potions:

Most people have an association chart. If you avoid the New Agey charts (which only have positive associations) it’s very possible to make a edible dish with all the ingredients to ensure disaster in someone’s life. For example, I associate hot red peppers with chaos. I toss those in a lovely soup, at a few other ingredients to pack a punch, and feed it to someone who’s really pissing me off.

(Note: If someone is allergic to something don’t be a piece of shit. Don’t feed them things that might kill them - unless your intention is to kill them, in which case make sure they’ve done something to warrant death and make sure you’re prepared to face the consequences. Not my fault if your ass ends up in jail.)

3. Breakable Relationship Wands:

This involves making hard candy from scratch (which is actually pretty easy) and creating thick wand-shaped candies for each relationship in your life. You may wish to customize them depending on the persons interests, personality, and then add a touch of yourself to each wand to solidify the connection between you and them. Once they’re done wrap them and keep them somewhere cool. If at any point the relationship has been harmful or poisonous take said wand out and break it. Depending on the severity of the damage done in the relationship you can snap it in half, step on it, break it with a hammer, put it through the food disposal, etc.

I’ll probably add to this post when I get more ideas. Until then, happy cursing!

What’s everyone reading right now?

serenityeryx:

diary-of-demosthenes:

bouquetsofperfumedstars:

brynja-storm:

diary-of-demosthenes:

I’m reading The Ghost Bride, by Yangsze Choo, which has been beautiful thus far

I’m currently reading The Tain, and American Gods by Neil Gaiman.

currently reading In The Cities of Coin and Spice by Catherynne M. Valente. :)

Thanks for those who shared, many of the books you’re reading are actually on my good reads ‘to read’ list :)

This might be a little late but I’m reading Geisha, A Life by Mineko Iwasaki. I’m not very far into it yet, but it’s interesting, if you like autobiographies.

serenityeryx I actually own that one, it’s really a terrific glimpse into the history and culture of geisha.

  • Track Name

    THIS IS HALLOWEEN (like youve never heard)

breelandwalker:

gothiccharmschool:

ashbet:

kingkeenanthegreat:

dash-of-dark:

JUST FUCKING LISTEN. 

THIS IS HALLOWEEN BUT NOT LIKE YOU KNOW IT

reblog so others can hear it!

Where the hell are the Victorian Goths they should be all over this.

gothiccharmschool and arkadyrose, bringing this to your attention!

Vitamin String Quartet!

Excuse me while I write a movie just to have this be part of the soundtrack. o.o

*add to Abberline playlist like WHOA*

What’s everyone reading right now?

bouquetsofperfumedstars:

brynja-storm:

diary-of-demosthenes:

I’m reading The Ghost Bride, by Yangsze Choo, which has been beautiful thus far

I’m currently reading The Tain, and American Gods by Neil Gaiman.

currently reading In The Cities of Coin and Spice by Catherynne M. Valente. :)

Thanks for those who shared, many of the books you’re reading are actually on my good reads ‘to read’ list :)

I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain.
Frank Herbert, Dune (via observando)
fourcolorfrenzy:

Ohana Adventures
Whether our trips are big or small we’ve begun a tradition of always finding a new local comic book store wherever we go. This time since we were going up to Columbus, we decided to check out The Laughing Ogre.
The Laughing Ogre is a store I had heard many favorable things about in the years since moving to Ohio. It has a reputation for being incredibly friendly and welcoming to fans and creators of all types, and our experience confirmed this. The owner was right there welcoming us as we walked in and told us it was okay if we took a couple of photos around the store. We went in on a Saturday and the store had a few local comic artists there doing in store signings and commissions and selling books. This is a regular feature of the store, which I thought was phenomenal. The next thing i really took notice of was the space, it was a wide floor plan with lots of space to spread out.  Even with 5 artists tables in the store, there wasn’t any noticeable squeeze to the way the rest of the displays were laid out.
Hunter loved the incredibly stocked kid’s section and ended up picking out a HeroClix to add to his collection (a Cosmic Boy one). The diversity in stock across the store was really well done, the new releases section was maintained with about a 3-4 weeks of the latest releases all organized alphabetically, and with enough copies of individual titles that only the hottest of books from the last few weeks were sold out. This allowed me to snag a couple of backissues I had missed over the past few weeks.
Their GN/Trade selection was also one of the best I’ve ever seen.  Every evergreen title you can think of was in stock, and all the best selling series had volumes 1 in stock to get people out of the door with something to start them down a path. I could tell from my interactions with the staff that hand selling was a priority to them and something that they excelled in.
As you can see my haul included some of those missed backissues, the first issue of Kyle Strahm and Justin Jordan’s Spread and 2 books, the collection of Faith Erin Hicks The Adventures of Superhero Girl and the newly collected Wonton Soup by one of my all time favorites James Stokoe.  
This is definitely going to be my go-to shop in Columbus, and I cant highly enough recommend it to anyone else in the area.
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fourcolorfrenzy:

Ohana Adventures
Whether our trips are big or small we’ve begun a tradition of always finding a new local comic book store wherever we go. This time since we were going up to Columbus, we decided to check out The Laughing Ogre.
The Laughing Ogre is a store I had heard many favorable things about in the years since moving to Ohio. It has a reputation for being incredibly friendly and welcoming to fans and creators of all types, and our experience confirmed this. The owner was right there welcoming us as we walked in and told us it was okay if we took a couple of photos around the store. We went in on a Saturday and the store had a few local comic artists there doing in store signings and commissions and selling books. This is a regular feature of the store, which I thought was phenomenal. The next thing i really took notice of was the space, it was a wide floor plan with lots of space to spread out.  Even with 5 artists tables in the store, there wasn’t any noticeable squeeze to the way the rest of the displays were laid out.
Hunter loved the incredibly stocked kid’s section and ended up picking out a HeroClix to add to his collection (a Cosmic Boy one). The diversity in stock across the store was really well done, the new releases section was maintained with about a 3-4 weeks of the latest releases all organized alphabetically, and with enough copies of individual titles that only the hottest of books from the last few weeks were sold out. This allowed me to snag a couple of backissues I had missed over the past few weeks.
Their GN/Trade selection was also one of the best I’ve ever seen.  Every evergreen title you can think of was in stock, and all the best selling series had volumes 1 in stock to get people out of the door with something to start them down a path. I could tell from my interactions with the staff that hand selling was a priority to them and something that they excelled in.
As you can see my haul included some of those missed backissues, the first issue of Kyle Strahm and Justin Jordan’s Spread and 2 books, the collection of Faith Erin Hicks The Adventures of Superhero Girl and the newly collected Wonton Soup by one of my all time favorites James Stokoe.  
This is definitely going to be my go-to shop in Columbus, and I cant highly enough recommend it to anyone else in the area.
Zoom Info
fourcolorfrenzy:

Ohana Adventures
Whether our trips are big or small we’ve begun a tradition of always finding a new local comic book store wherever we go. This time since we were going up to Columbus, we decided to check out The Laughing Ogre.
The Laughing Ogre is a store I had heard many favorable things about in the years since moving to Ohio. It has a reputation for being incredibly friendly and welcoming to fans and creators of all types, and our experience confirmed this. The owner was right there welcoming us as we walked in and told us it was okay if we took a couple of photos around the store. We went in on a Saturday and the store had a few local comic artists there doing in store signings and commissions and selling books. This is a regular feature of the store, which I thought was phenomenal. The next thing i really took notice of was the space, it was a wide floor plan with lots of space to spread out.  Even with 5 artists tables in the store, there wasn’t any noticeable squeeze to the way the rest of the displays were laid out.
Hunter loved the incredibly stocked kid’s section and ended up picking out a HeroClix to add to his collection (a Cosmic Boy one). The diversity in stock across the store was really well done, the new releases section was maintained with about a 3-4 weeks of the latest releases all organized alphabetically, and with enough copies of individual titles that only the hottest of books from the last few weeks were sold out. This allowed me to snag a couple of backissues I had missed over the past few weeks.
Their GN/Trade selection was also one of the best I’ve ever seen.  Every evergreen title you can think of was in stock, and all the best selling series had volumes 1 in stock to get people out of the door with something to start them down a path. I could tell from my interactions with the staff that hand selling was a priority to them and something that they excelled in.
As you can see my haul included some of those missed backissues, the first issue of Kyle Strahm and Justin Jordan’s Spread and 2 books, the collection of Faith Erin Hicks The Adventures of Superhero Girl and the newly collected Wonton Soup by one of my all time favorites James Stokoe.  
This is definitely going to be my go-to shop in Columbus, and I cant highly enough recommend it to anyone else in the area.
Zoom Info
fourcolorfrenzy:

Ohana Adventures
Whether our trips are big or small we’ve begun a tradition of always finding a new local comic book store wherever we go. This time since we were going up to Columbus, we decided to check out The Laughing Ogre.
The Laughing Ogre is a store I had heard many favorable things about in the years since moving to Ohio. It has a reputation for being incredibly friendly and welcoming to fans and creators of all types, and our experience confirmed this. The owner was right there welcoming us as we walked in and told us it was okay if we took a couple of photos around the store. We went in on a Saturday and the store had a few local comic artists there doing in store signings and commissions and selling books. This is a regular feature of the store, which I thought was phenomenal. The next thing i really took notice of was the space, it was a wide floor plan with lots of space to spread out.  Even with 5 artists tables in the store, there wasn’t any noticeable squeeze to the way the rest of the displays were laid out.
Hunter loved the incredibly stocked kid’s section and ended up picking out a HeroClix to add to his collection (a Cosmic Boy one). The diversity in stock across the store was really well done, the new releases section was maintained with about a 3-4 weeks of the latest releases all organized alphabetically, and with enough copies of individual titles that only the hottest of books from the last few weeks were sold out. This allowed me to snag a couple of backissues I had missed over the past few weeks.
Their GN/Trade selection was also one of the best I’ve ever seen.  Every evergreen title you can think of was in stock, and all the best selling series had volumes 1 in stock to get people out of the door with something to start them down a path. I could tell from my interactions with the staff that hand selling was a priority to them and something that they excelled in.
As you can see my haul included some of those missed backissues, the first issue of Kyle Strahm and Justin Jordan’s Spread and 2 books, the collection of Faith Erin Hicks The Adventures of Superhero Girl and the newly collected Wonton Soup by one of my all time favorites James Stokoe.  
This is definitely going to be my go-to shop in Columbus, and I cant highly enough recommend it to anyone else in the area.
Zoom Info
fourcolorfrenzy:

Ohana Adventures
Whether our trips are big or small we’ve begun a tradition of always finding a new local comic book store wherever we go. This time since we were going up to Columbus, we decided to check out The Laughing Ogre.
The Laughing Ogre is a store I had heard many favorable things about in the years since moving to Ohio. It has a reputation for being incredibly friendly and welcoming to fans and creators of all types, and our experience confirmed this. The owner was right there welcoming us as we walked in and told us it was okay if we took a couple of photos around the store. We went in on a Saturday and the store had a few local comic artists there doing in store signings and commissions and selling books. This is a regular feature of the store, which I thought was phenomenal. The next thing i really took notice of was the space, it was a wide floor plan with lots of space to spread out.  Even with 5 artists tables in the store, there wasn’t any noticeable squeeze to the way the rest of the displays were laid out.
Hunter loved the incredibly stocked kid’s section and ended up picking out a HeroClix to add to his collection (a Cosmic Boy one). The diversity in stock across the store was really well done, the new releases section was maintained with about a 3-4 weeks of the latest releases all organized alphabetically, and with enough copies of individual titles that only the hottest of books from the last few weeks were sold out. This allowed me to snag a couple of backissues I had missed over the past few weeks.
Their GN/Trade selection was also one of the best I’ve ever seen.  Every evergreen title you can think of was in stock, and all the best selling series had volumes 1 in stock to get people out of the door with something to start them down a path. I could tell from my interactions with the staff that hand selling was a priority to them and something that they excelled in.
As you can see my haul included some of those missed backissues, the first issue of Kyle Strahm and Justin Jordan’s Spread and 2 books, the collection of Faith Erin Hicks The Adventures of Superhero Girl and the newly collected Wonton Soup by one of my all time favorites James Stokoe.  
This is definitely going to be my go-to shop in Columbus, and I cant highly enough recommend it to anyone else in the area.
Zoom Info
fourcolorfrenzy:

Ohana Adventures
Whether our trips are big or small we’ve begun a tradition of always finding a new local comic book store wherever we go. This time since we were going up to Columbus, we decided to check out The Laughing Ogre.
The Laughing Ogre is a store I had heard many favorable things about in the years since moving to Ohio. It has a reputation for being incredibly friendly and welcoming to fans and creators of all types, and our experience confirmed this. The owner was right there welcoming us as we walked in and told us it was okay if we took a couple of photos around the store. We went in on a Saturday and the store had a few local comic artists there doing in store signings and commissions and selling books. This is a regular feature of the store, which I thought was phenomenal. The next thing i really took notice of was the space, it was a wide floor plan with lots of space to spread out.  Even with 5 artists tables in the store, there wasn’t any noticeable squeeze to the way the rest of the displays were laid out.
Hunter loved the incredibly stocked kid’s section and ended up picking out a HeroClix to add to his collection (a Cosmic Boy one). The diversity in stock across the store was really well done, the new releases section was maintained with about a 3-4 weeks of the latest releases all organized alphabetically, and with enough copies of individual titles that only the hottest of books from the last few weeks were sold out. This allowed me to snag a couple of backissues I had missed over the past few weeks.
Their GN/Trade selection was also one of the best I’ve ever seen.  Every evergreen title you can think of was in stock, and all the best selling series had volumes 1 in stock to get people out of the door with something to start them down a path. I could tell from my interactions with the staff that hand selling was a priority to them and something that they excelled in.
As you can see my haul included some of those missed backissues, the first issue of Kyle Strahm and Justin Jordan’s Spread and 2 books, the collection of Faith Erin Hicks The Adventures of Superhero Girl and the newly collected Wonton Soup by one of my all time favorites James Stokoe.  
This is definitely going to be my go-to shop in Columbus, and I cant highly enough recommend it to anyone else in the area.
Zoom Info
fourcolorfrenzy:

Ohana Adventures
Whether our trips are big or small we’ve begun a tradition of always finding a new local comic book store wherever we go. This time since we were going up to Columbus, we decided to check out The Laughing Ogre.
The Laughing Ogre is a store I had heard many favorable things about in the years since moving to Ohio. It has a reputation for being incredibly friendly and welcoming to fans and creators of all types, and our experience confirmed this. The owner was right there welcoming us as we walked in and told us it was okay if we took a couple of photos around the store. We went in on a Saturday and the store had a few local comic artists there doing in store signings and commissions and selling books. This is a regular feature of the store, which I thought was phenomenal. The next thing i really took notice of was the space, it was a wide floor plan with lots of space to spread out.  Even with 5 artists tables in the store, there wasn’t any noticeable squeeze to the way the rest of the displays were laid out.
Hunter loved the incredibly stocked kid’s section and ended up picking out a HeroClix to add to his collection (a Cosmic Boy one). The diversity in stock across the store was really well done, the new releases section was maintained with about a 3-4 weeks of the latest releases all organized alphabetically, and with enough copies of individual titles that only the hottest of books from the last few weeks were sold out. This allowed me to snag a couple of backissues I had missed over the past few weeks.
Their GN/Trade selection was also one of the best I’ve ever seen.  Every evergreen title you can think of was in stock, and all the best selling series had volumes 1 in stock to get people out of the door with something to start them down a path. I could tell from my interactions with the staff that hand selling was a priority to them and something that they excelled in.
As you can see my haul included some of those missed backissues, the first issue of Kyle Strahm and Justin Jordan’s Spread and 2 books, the collection of Faith Erin Hicks The Adventures of Superhero Girl and the newly collected Wonton Soup by one of my all time favorites James Stokoe.  
This is definitely going to be my go-to shop in Columbus, and I cant highly enough recommend it to anyone else in the area.
Zoom Info

fourcolorfrenzy:

Ohana Adventures

Whether our trips are big or small we’ve begun a tradition of always finding a new local comic book store wherever we go. This time since we were going up to Columbus, we decided to check out The Laughing Ogre.

The Laughing Ogre is a store I had heard many favorable things about in the years since moving to Ohio. It has a reputation for being incredibly friendly and welcoming to fans and creators of all types, and our experience confirmed this. The owner was right there welcoming us as we walked in and told us it was okay if we took a couple of photos around the store. We went in on a Saturday and the store had a few local comic artists there doing in store signings and commissions and selling books. This is a regular feature of the store, which I thought was phenomenal. The next thing i really took notice of was the space, it was a wide floor plan with lots of space to spread out.  Even with 5 artists tables in the store, there wasn’t any noticeable squeeze to the way the rest of the displays were laid out.

Hunter loved the incredibly stocked kid’s section and ended up picking out a HeroClix to add to his collection (a Cosmic Boy one). The diversity in stock across the store was really well done, the new releases section was maintained with about a 3-4 weeks of the latest releases all organized alphabetically, and with enough copies of individual titles that only the hottest of books from the last few weeks were sold out. This allowed me to snag a couple of backissues I had missed over the past few weeks.

Their GN/Trade selection was also one of the best I’ve ever seen.  Every evergreen title you can think of was in stock, and all the best selling series had volumes 1 in stock to get people out of the door with something to start them down a path. I could tell from my interactions with the staff that hand selling was a priority to them and something that they excelled in.

As you can see my haul included some of those missed backissues, the first issue of Kyle Strahm and Justin Jordan’s Spread and 2 books, the collection of Faith Erin Hicks The Adventures of Superhero Girl and the newly collected Wonton Soup by one of my all time favorites James Stokoe.  

This is definitely going to be my go-to shop in Columbus, and I cant highly enough recommend it to anyone else in the area.

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