Posts tagged skeletons
Posts tagged skeletons
Memento Mori by
Done by Sharon at Witch City Ink in Salem MA. USA. On one of the branches has the initials C.J.R for a friend who passed away
Steve Simpson - Anatomical Study
BUT ARE THEY GAY SKELETONS??? BECAUSE I CAN’T BE HAVING THAT KIND OF FILTH ON MY BLOG!
Who cares? Look how happy they are!
It’s just that I have never seen such enormous boners. They’re so hard for each other.
Uhm, excuse me, but is that a washing machine in the kitchen in the second pic? What even?!
In London at least, if not most of England, if not Europe… they put clothes washers in the kitchen. And then blink at you and say, “Well, where else would you put it? The bathroom?” I know. I know. Believe me.
As and English person I can attest to this. My washing machine is in my kitchen. Everyone I know, all over the UK and expats in Europe, keeps their washing machine in their kitchen. Where do you dear Americans keep yours? I am utterly confused - it seems a perfectly logical place to keep a washing machine!
I had the option to put mine either in my kitchen or my bathroom. Because it was handier for the space, I opted for the bathroom.
i love how there’s pictures of skeleton sex and everyone’s talking about washing machines
Okay, I just need to know, Americans do you really put your washing machines in your bathroom. How do your bathrooms have the space for a washing machine. I mean, maybe I’ve just had oddly small bathrooms my whole life, in all the bathrooms I’ve had (which is five bathrooms to date) you’d never be able to comfortably fit a washing machine in there.
As a Brit, I never thought the washing-machine-in-the-kitchen thing was weird, even though for my entire childhood ours was in the bathroom. We had a big bathroom though.
However, I’ve moved to Australia now and discovered something radical: Here, it’s most common to locate the washing machine (and tumble dryer, too) in a dedicated room called “The Laundry”. I swear, you couldn’t make this stuff up.
What is wrong with you people??? We have laundry rooms. Rooms dedicated solely to washing, drying, and even folding our laundry. EXTRAVAGANT!
Or garages. The garage is a popular Californian spot for your washer-dryer.
Edgar Allan Poe lurks at right in this early daguerreotype of the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia, 1842/3 (A Glorious Enterprise)
Idea for one of my finals (:
Bat Skeleton. Articulated & Mounted by Ryan Matthew. Photo by Sergio Royzen.