I'd like an entendre. And make it a double.
I'm afraid she'll just break the door down with an axe...or a chainsaw. You're doomed.
I see you haven't had the "bondage is for grownups" talk yet. :)
Meanwhile...what did she do with the shower curtain those things came from?
Tante - >sigh< I know you're right. Erratic - Just another talk I thought could wait a few more years. Ri - I shudder to think what became of that shower curtain...
And, P.S. That is a boy doll, in a dress, in bondage.
Disturbingly creative. MoMA may have to consider creating a kids wing. How much you want for it?
Imagine the type of people you are going to get now - baby doll bondage - nice!
This is disturbingly similar to:a) the Model as Muse exhibit at the Met -- except the doll would be wearing couture and would be suspended by its hairb) David Carradine's final moments (right...I'm the only one who thought of that). Stop judging me.
Was just about to note the homage to Mr. Carradine. Pants is so edgy.
You need an old priest, a young priest, and maybe some sage ... :)
When I saw that photo in the first split second I figured you had to have harvested it off the 'net somewhere. Then the furniture looked familiar.This really does have the makings of a horror movie. "Slave of Chuckie" or something.
*ring ring*"Canedo residence."Voice: "I would like to talk to your daughter about coming to work for the REDACTED. We understand she has a knack for interrogation techniques. You can reach me at rbcheney@REDACTED"Be very afraid.
But she is so sweet looking!! How can this be!?
So was Ted Bundy, Theresa...so was Ted Bundy...
That is the funniest thing ever.
Amber - Did you recognize the doll as Baby Charles? Because it is. Baby Charles in a dress.
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