Horatio P. Horspittle

A gentleman of fine Southern whit with a weakness for a well tied cravat. His hobbies include just about anything spooky and/or steampunk, funny books, and doctoring race horses.
positivebeatsthenegative:

cardiocutie:

Guys you don’t understand how awesome this is. This pattern happens everywhere. It happens on flowers and pinecones absolutely vegetables, it happens all around you. If you don’t think that’s like the realist shit ever i don’t understand you.It’s insane how the universe is literally full of beauty to the point that we can’t even see some of it. Beautiful down to the way it moves.

this is so cool

positivebeatsthenegative:

cardiocutie:

Guys you don’t understand how awesome this is. This pattern happens everywhere. It happens on flowers and pinecones absolutely vegetables, it happens all around you. If you don’t think that’s like the realist shit ever i don’t understand you.It’s insane how the universe is literally full of beauty to the point that we can’t even see some of it. Beautiful down to the way it moves.

this is so cool

(via mygayshoes)

meanwhilebackinthedungeon:

— Alexandre Salles
The Barbarian and the Unicorn

It took me a moment to realize this was fan art from the Dungeons and Dragons cartoon from when I was a kid.  Good show sir!  Good show!  Uni forever!

meanwhilebackinthedungeon:

— Alexandre Salles

The Barbarian and the Unicorn

It took me a moment to realize this was fan art from the Dungeons and Dragons cartoon from when I was a kid.  Good show sir!  Good show!  Uni forever!

(via doriandawes)

everythingsecondhand:

Alfred Hitchcock presents Stories My Mother Never Told Me: Part One (Pan 1964).
From a charity shop in Nottingham.
Anthology of stories featuring Ray Bradbury, Roald Dahl, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Shirley Jackson, Richard Matheson and more.
From the Introduction by Alfred Hitchcock:
Unless you begin this book at the back and have been reading your way forward, you have doubtless perceived that it is entitled Stories My Mother Never Told Me. Permit me to observe that this is an absolutely accurate description of the contents. I am prepared to testify in any court of the and that none of these stories was ever recounted to me in any form by my mother…

My grandmother had this book.  I never knew anyone who love Hitch more than she did.  She had so many of the back issues of Alfred Hitchcock’s mystery magazine.

everythingsecondhand:

Alfred Hitchcock presents Stories My Mother Never Told Me: Part One (Pan 1964).

From a charity shop in Nottingham.

Anthology of stories featuring Ray Bradbury, Roald Dahl, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Shirley Jackson, Richard Matheson and more.

From the Introduction by Alfred Hitchcock:

Unless you begin this book at the back and have been reading your way forward, you have doubtless perceived that it is entitled Stories My Mother Never Told Me. Permit me to observe that this is an absolutely accurate description of the contents. I am prepared to testify in any court of the and that none of these stories was ever recounted to me in any form by my mother…

My grandmother had this book.  I never knew anyone who love Hitch more than she did.  She had so many of the back issues of Alfred Hitchcock’s mystery magazine.

(via frankensteinsfunhouse)

karloffs:

THE BLACK CAT [1934]

Come, Vitus. Are we men or are we children? Of what use are all these melodramatic gestures? You say your soul was killed, that you have been dead all these years. And what of me? Did we not both die here in Marmorus fifteen years ago? Are we any less victims of the war than those who bodies were torn asunder? Are we not both the living dead? And now you come to me, playing at being an avenging angel, childishly thirsting for my blood. We understand each other too well. We know too much of life. We shall play a little game, Vitus. A game of death, if you like.

(via frankensteinsfunhouse)