Eustace Tilley illustration for giggles. Eustace is a dandy created by Rea Irvin for the New Yorker.
When chuck the monster gets lonely he resorts to his sentient boogers for companionship. As they tire of his company and start to ignore him he wipes them under his desk and thoughtfully “picks” a new friend.
Campy plastic purple owl clock. I imagine his eyes and tail moving back and forth to keep time. And the blue sunburst light in the background spinning.
Bedbugs live under your mattress. They wait for you to go to sleep at night and then they raid your fridge for left over baked chicken and nat-light and then they play COD on your xbox360 until morning.
One of my favorite movies from the 80s is a musical called “Little Shop of Horrors”. The music was done by “ashman and menken” the team who scored all of the 90s new golden era animations for disney. I always found it kind of disturbing that the plant had such an expressive voice and no eyes. I totally miss summer days as a kid sneaking to watch HBO when my parents were away. Hard to believe what passed for racy back then.
When unicorns indulge in too many sweets they often vomit up copious amounts of partially digested rainbow colored sugary confections.
Nerd robot DJ with pioneer mixer making sick beats and producing edgy electronic music.