Hey Clutterers, I leave for Vegas tomorrow but I thought I'd leave you with a few things to give you some christmahanakwanzika cheer before i go. First heres what to do in case zombies are crashing your xmas party and ruing your pie.
Quite handy! And speaking of culinary delights...
Check this awesome gingerbread bat thing by Paul Kaiju. I love that this is dripping with icing and malcontent, that is one pretty metal gingerbread house. I think that gingerbread should be a new avenue for wicked culinary creations! Check out some other geeky gingerbread houses at kontraband
Also nothing gets me in the spirit like a little chap hop. Compliments of Mr.B the gentlemen rhymer. If your unfamiliar with Mr.B then bully on you! I suggest familiarizing yourself with his entire catalog for some delightful banjolaly infused rhymes.
Next is a new holiday tradition I highly recommend sharing with your loved ones. The Spicy Donut annual viewing and mocking of Santa's Slay! This film is a gem combining an evil Santa (played by wrestler Goldberg), curling, and cheesy gore in Christmas ecstasy! Get it on amazon here.
Now if that doesnt get you in the mood maybe you need a little something stiffer... and more nostalgic. Might I suggest a yoshi eggnog to warm up that icy heart. This little concoction is a mario inspired green and nog colored libation. Get the recipe from the drunken moogle, an awesome place for many other video game inspired drinks.
Here's a Santa Cthulu for you from Robin Levy
Tuesday, October 27, 2015 - 12:43pm2015 is the year that Christmas came extra early, at least for fans of Kidrobot! Releasing on November 3rd, there are not one but two holiday-themed vinyl releases from the company as well as two Xmas plush Phunny pieces.
Thursday, August 28, 2014 - 3:21pmThe fine folks at True Cast Studio will have their first release of "The Walking Dud" on August 31st @8pm CST.
Friday, December 13, 2013 - 12:56pmAs we get ever closer to tomorrow nights opening of Gift Wrapped lets look at some more pieces for the show. Up now Brutherford Industries "Chris M. ASStree".