tobacco label

The Signs as things my mum said while watching the Junkertown short

Aries: “I love how they had to put ‘use of tobacco’ on the warning label. That’s hilarious.”

Taurus: “The mouse boy has a peg leg. Is he a pirate?”

Gemini: “He says two things as he holds up three fingers. I’m confused.”

Cancer: “Oh god, he’s got an idea. Is he going to kill someone? I think he’s going to kill someone.”

Leo: “*mimicking* IT’S JUNKER TOOOOOOOOOWNN”

Virgo: “Are they gay? Why is he yelling at his boyfriend?”

Libra: “Omg he looks so hurt when his match got put out. That’s how I feel when you guys don’t like my cooking.”

Scorpio: “Okay so the first time he held up three fingers, now he’s holding up two…did he suddenly learn how to count or…?”

Sagittarius: “I love this sassy gay boy. He has great taste in makeup.”

Capricorn: “wHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT SOUND HE WAS NOT JUST LIGHTING THAT FUSE WHAT THE FUC K”

Aquarius: “He tells the shark not to blow it, yet he jumps up and messes up, I love him. Can we adopt him?”

Pisces: “So you said that they flew out the guy who voiced the sharkie/pig man combo just to say one line? That’s amazing.”

Tiffany had learned about the sea from Granny Aching and the Jolly Sailor wrappings. She’d heard it was big, and roared. There was a tower in the sea, which was a lighthouse that carried a big light on it at night to stop boats from crashing into the rocks. In the pictures the beam of the lighthouse was a brilliant white. She knew about it so well, she’d dreamed about it, and had woken up with the roar of the sea in her ears.
She’d heard one of her uncles say that if you looked at the tobacco label upside down, then part of the hat and the sailor’s ear and a bit of his collar made up a picture of a woman with no clothes on, but Tiffany had never been able to make it out and couldn’t see hat the point would be in any case.

– More on Jolly Sailor | Terry Pratchett, The Wee Free Men