Turbo inspiration from the Exorcist?
Credit goes to Half-Dude on deviantArt for noticing the similarity, but does anyone else think the subliminal image of the demon from the Exorcist movie looks like Turbo and might have even inspired his look?
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The grayish-white skin, the sunken eyes and the funky teeth are all there. And here I never knew there WAS a subliminal image of a demon in that movie.
Bath Blastin’ Finn McMissile
You’ve probably seen the Bath Blastin’ Finn McMissile toy at least a few times at your local store, and noticed that it comes with two “targets” with the standard clip-art pictures of Grem and Acer.
Following a link from takefiveaday.com will take you to the Mattel Shop’s clearance sale, which has pictures of what must have been the original design for the spinning targets:
As they say on Tumblr, I cannot. X)
Either that lil car is a puppy or it’s a hamster… left with a train snake. That lil buggers gonna get vored up.
Also, the shop keep looking mighty hugo-ish
Hopefully Hans (the shopkeeper) moved him out fast! Good catch; those species don’t look compatible.
Just watched “Franz’s Song” on Youtube…
It…was…*trucking*…ADORABLEEE! :) Franz is sooo cute! I was having a really crappy day cuz I had a bad reaction to the antidepressant I’ve been taking for a week and a half, but after watching this clip, my night is looking up! ^^
By the end of the clip, I was smiling and giggling just like a little kid…I particularly loved how Dusty was just like, “What is going on” for most of the song. xD
Leave it to a bunch of anthropomorphic planes/cars/trucks etc to remind me once again that life isn’t all that bleak and lonely. :)
Isn’t it cute, though? You’re right, Dusty’s left utterly speechless and his reaction only adds to the charm of the song.
Glad to hear you’re feeling better. We could all use a customized song by Franz when things aren’t going so well.
Today’s Santa Claus Parade will once again feature an auto-riffic appearance from Blinky, the semi-retired Metropolitan Toronto Police Car who for decades has taught kids about traffic safety, inspired and terrified in equal measure….
More than you might have wanted to know about anthropomorphic educational vehicles, complete with terrifying photos.