Oh BOYS. I miss you.
Oh BOYS. I miss you.
Anonymous asked: Hi! I hope this doesn't sound too weird, but I had a dream that you were the Vampire Witch Queen and you were absolutely terrifying. I thought you might like to know that you can actually be scary sometimes in a roundabout sort of way, even though you are adorable.
Thank you for telling me this!
::glares at family::
See? SEE? Other people understand that I can be terrifying when I choose. Adorable, yet terrifying.
I AM THE NIIIIIIIIIIIIGHT!
OH MY G-D, THEY MAKE A BEETLEJUICE BOOKCASE.
::sobs in covetous longing::
::curses at the ongoing financial situation::
prettyshrub said: Could you all start a gothy craft club? Something where you add decorations to clothes or something?
Some sort of gothy crafting and DIY meet-up is a wonderful idea! Finding a good location is the tricky part. If it was at a coffee shop or bakery, people would need to make sure to support the business. But the Wayward Coffeehouse is always welcoming …
I don’t think I can properly explain to all of you HOW MUCH I need this bookcase. This one, and a bunch of coffin-shaped ones.
Black 4ft Curved Bookshelf Oak Stained with Melting Clock by WoodCurve
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Anonymous asked: I just moved to Seattle, and it seems like the goth scene here begins and ends with Mercury, where you can't get in and make friends unless you already have a friend on the inside... And even if I can get in, I don't know how to make friends with people in clubs anyway. I guess my question is, how on earth am i supposed to make goth friends here if I don't already have any?
Welcome to the difficulty of the Seattle goth scene, and I’m sorry. I know there are other goth-friendly club nights in Seattle, but they are a monthly thing: there’s Isolation, which is post-punk/old-school focused, and there’s Ceremony, which is 80s-90s new wave/goth/industrial.
How to meet the other goths around here? Tomorrow (Sunday) is Mourning Market, a dark/alternative vendor fair. It’s at El Corazon, and runs until 5pm. You could go wander around and talk to people that look interesting?
Also, go to Gargoyles Statuary in the U-District, because not only do they have art shows (the next one on April 18th!), which is a good place to meet other spooky types, but they also always have flyers for other local events.
(I’m going to have to eventually make good on my threats of organizing Tumblr goth meet-ups, aren’t I? Someone remind me in May, that’s when I’ll have a bit more free time.)
GOTCHA: A satiny muted oxblood with a metallic copper highlight lurking in the background… “GOTCHA” also has a teal duochrome effect and bright teal shimmer.
FOLIE À DEUX: a dark blood red with blue undertones and a soft bordeaux metallic highlight, with shards of ice blue sparks throughout.
I think of “Folie à Deux”—”madness shared by two"—as a Best Office Ever color, although I like that there’s more meaning packed into the official name; Kristen says it’s meant to pick up the light blue/blood red motif on the show generally. Also, I am SO HAPPY about “Gotcha,” because I basically said, “Here is a picture, help me put it on my face.” And if you’ve seen ”Takiawase,” you’ll get why there are blue “lights” and copper lurking in it… and how the name kind of has two meanings.
Folie à Deux. This is a color I need. This is a color I will wear a LOT.
(Also, in my world the name is also a FOB reference, so bonus!)