nightmare fuels

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Do the new oilers creepy ass mascot

Hunter the Lynx goes into Starbucks and tries to order a mocha frappuccino, but the barista can’t understand him through his giant costume head. He can hardly pick up the cup with his stupid paws. The coffee splashes on his face. He wasted a good four dollars and now he has to get his head dry-cleaned. There is a little kid crying somewhere.

So funny story we were messing with paint and naturally i drew the first thing that came up on my brain when i saw Black.
Nothing special i do this messy paint art a lot.

My class mates just sat up and stared at me and i thought it was cause of my other art that i was doing at the moment.
But one of them- just pointed at Dark and said.
“That shit is nightmare fuel.”

And i told them when i started drawing Dark i tended to have nightmares about him every once in a while and that is how his whole characterization sparked n shit.
They were like cool how is he.
And i started telling them???

So that is the story of how my whole class is now terrified of a edgy community character.

My Uninformed Impression of Kingdom Hearts

*Everyone contains a Hot Topic version of themselves
*Sora’s heart must be huge cause he has like 50 dudes in there
*Final Fantasy but with big hands and feet so they match Mickey?
*Game releases are measured in decimal points and tears
*No design of anything is practical ever
*Is rated E but has no problem dropping you into nightmare fuel
*Once a fan, You Never Leave
*Bedhead only possible in zero G
*Everyone’s eyes are like a slice of the ocean
*And their teeth are probably fluorescent light bulbs
*Buncha trenchcoat punks eating salty ice cream
*I only ever see people drawing them happy
*Does that mean the games are really sad
*What did they Do to you

We’re betting that right now, some kid is having a nightmare in which they keep growing more and more teeth, endless rows of them, and the dentist has to keep twisting them out of their skull over and over again until the end of time.

With that in mind, allow us to introduce you to Ashik Gavai. Having suffered from a swollen jaw and severe pain for 18 months, Gavai, a 17-year-old student in India, finally gained access to the dental department at Mumbai’s JJ Hospital. His father was worried that his jaw pain was cancer, and technically he was right, but this particular cancer was teeth. Over 200 freaking teeth, all jammed in his mouth like he was trying to smuggle several sets of dentures through an airport security checkpoint.

“Wait a minute, Cracked,” you might be saying, “I’m no mouth bone doctor, but don’t humans normally have, like, 32 teeth?” Generally, yes. However, Gavai suffered from a rare non-malignant dental tumor known in scientific terms as a “composite odontoma,” and in layman’s terms as “a horror movie curse that turns your mouth into a tooth fountain.”

As you can probably assume, Gavai’s smackers were tightly packed, so dentists were unable to reach the extra teeth with contemporary dental tools. So, tearing a page out of our collective nightmare diary, they began the operation by chipping away at Gavai’s jaw with a hammer and chisel.

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