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Nothing says "Leave me alone until I've had my coffee" quite like this mug. | Harley-Davidson Matte Skull Ceramic Mug

Nothing says "Leave me alone until I've had my coffee" quite like this mug. | Harley-Davidson Matte Skull Ceramic Mug

Hunger is a monster by Platige Image, via Behance.  If you have minute, I suggest you go to the website to see the spot for this... it's incredible.

Hunger is a monster by Platige Image, via Behance. If you have minute, I suggest you go to the website to see the spot for this... it's incredible.

Worshipping by Nicolas Gazut ©

Worshipping by Nicolas Gazut ©

Time/Life is Ticking. "All we have to do is decide what to do with the time that is given to us." ~Gandalf, The Lord of the Rings.

Time/Life is Ticking. "All we have to do is decide what to do with the time that is given to us." ~Gandalf, The Lord of the Rings.

Steam-Powered Entropy Calibrator Watch - rare mid-Victorian invention ..errr.. maybe.

Steam-Powered Entropy Calibrator Watch - rare mid-Victorian invention ..errr.. maybe.

This reminds me of how I felt in some of my relationships

This reminds me of how I felt in some of my relationships

Angels and Demons for B... this is AWESOME artwork!

Angels and Demons for B... this is AWESOME artwork!

Dripping moon. Could not trace the Artist.

Dripping moon. Could not trace the Artist.

Dark Mixed Media Artworks by Jarek Kubicki

Dark Mixed Media Artworks by Jarek Kubicki

"Discovered in 1923 by Stapleton McTavish the famous explorer and collector of ancient occult artifacts, while searching for one of the lost cities of Nubia. Found in a temple buried under the sand 250 miles North of Khartoum. It has, so far defied translation. The strange text appears on a number of recently discovered papyrus, thought to be the missing pages from the dreaded Necronomicon"

"Discovered in 1923 by Stapleton McTavish the famous explorer and collector of ancient occult artifacts, while searching for one of the lost cities of Nubia. Found in a temple buried under the sand 250 miles North of Khartoum. It has, so far defied translation. The strange text appears on a number of recently discovered papyrus, thought to be the missing pages from the dreaded Necronomicon"