foggy cemeteries or abandoned churches? black silk or black velvet? tea leaf readings or tarot card readings? black cats or black bats? haunted houses or haunted forests? ghost stories or urban legends? seances or ouija boards?
Had about three waves of Pick-up Cards Against Humanity games last night! And, as always I took way too many screenshots of all the awesomeness that occurred. (Also thanks for everyone that joined in. It was lots of fun and I really enjoyed each session!)
I don’t really have any exact dates for future games, but I think that I’ll hold a few once in awhile in the coming year. To make things easier to organize future games I went ahead and snagged the URL Akumas Against Humanity. (+1 originality here).
I’ll also be working on an ML cardcast deck (just throwing in lots of random ones didn’t always work the best lol) so if you have any card ideas just shoot them over HERE and I’ll add them in. Once it’s done I’ll make a post with the code and it’ll be free to use with the online client.
Note: There is totally no order to any of the screencaps lol.
Ghosts prefer to sip their tea in the doorway to the brainstem. Wait for them to sing, the choir that speaks in tongues not meant for the harmony.
It is a common thought these days: the vacancy sign nailed to the browbone, lightening-year lit: welcome all, join the forever choir, walk the catwalk retina.
There’s no beauty in the wardrobe of personalities held behind the eyes for the drapes are always drawn tight. Let the ghosts don new pearls for each new stranger, a panel of voices laid out on shoe racks. It’s a treason of the mind, adopting voices as if going to the fair, touch another on the shoulder and absorb the way they see the world, shed the emotions unworthy of knowing, invite the ghosts for tea at noon.
work in progress for the beginning of a new paper on the analysis of the modern psychology of the self and how it is presented in narratives (m.m.)
“Oh hi! It’s y-you again! I d-didn’t know, um, y-you c-came to N-New Home! G-guys, t-this is… uh… uh…. A-actually, I d-don’t know his name, b-but this is o-one of… uh…. T-this is Artifact D-Dog! T-that’s what I c-call him anyway; I t-think everyone calls h-him something d-different… um…. Hi!”
“Um, I d-do feel like y-you should s-stop scaring i-innocent m-monsters w-with your.. w-wall walking thing… N-not all monsters are used to to t-things that could phase through walls…. C-Caddy sounded pretty s-scared… a-although, um, I d-don’t mind that you f-freaked out Aaron, C-Caddy isn’t used to y-you… B-be a good d-dog, ok?”