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Like Lord of the Flies, But Not.

Sticks and stones my break my bones, but a garden cultivator may impale me, rip off my body and attach my arms to itself VIA screws.

There is something eerily comforting about the doll's face - that is of course, if you can get past the fact that it's attached to a garden tool.

Why so dirty baby?

I can haz mah weedz pulled?

The longer I stare at this face the more and more I become attached to it.

Must. Get. Away.

Must. Fight. Urge. To. Breastfeed. It.

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Posted by sam {temptingmama} on November 19, 2008 @ 10:00 pm  

5 Responses to “Like Lord of the Flies, But Not.”

  1. Erin (15 comments.) Says:

    Even though it’s looking to the left, (or it’s right), it’s creepy enough for me to feel like it is following me wherever I go.
    I thoroughly enjoy how the buttons make it that much classier and not at all creeeeeepy.

    Erin’s last blog post..Because I’m mean…

  2. Jigsawdiva Says:

    I dunno… I may have to differ here. This almost qualifies as folk art. Disturbing folk art, maybe.

  3. Jessica (10 comments.) Says:

    I totally love this!

    I made an award far a car show once with a decapatated doll. I even gave her a pirate patch and metal boobs. It was awesome!

    Jessica’s last blog post..A Little Bit of Drinkin’ Every Now and Again

  4. Zandor (75 comments.) Says:

    This reminds me of a movie a saw like forever ago about a doll that was wrapped in chains and then te chains were unwrapped and it had like a spirit thing in it that brought the doll to life with the chains off. It was wierd.

    Zandor’s last blog post..My family found out everything.

  5. StephW (1 comments.) Says:

    This is sick and wrong and lovely. Kinda reminds me of something the neighbor kid on Toy Story would make. ‘Course, then he’d blow it up.

    StephW’s last blog post..Blue Man Group Is Theatre, Right?






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