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Sick And Twisted Thing of The Day: Rejected Cartoons By Don Hertzfeldt

These cartoons were all rejected by The Family Learning Channel. Can you see why?

Thanks to Nick at The Littlest Winslow For The Tip!

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Sick and Twisted Thing of the Day: Living Dead Dolls Pencil Toppers

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Too bad school is almost out, because school kids would be all over this shit. And who doesn’t love disembodied Doll Heads. I know I do. Mezco Toys has introduced a new line based on one of their most popular products – the Living Dead Dolls Pencil Toppers. Each topper is an accurate miniature recreation of your favorite Living Dead Dolls‘s head. Series one contains the disembodied heads of: Sybil, Schitzo and Sadie. Fits most common size pens and pencils (not included) and – for you completist collectors out there – each one is individually carded. My friend Debbie once had a Living Dead Doll made in her likeness and named after her. It was called Deadborah. Clever.

Pink Thing of The Day: Plush Maggot in Pink Mouse Pajamas

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Hey kids! Check out this awesome plushie toy, which is actually a Maggot in Pink Mouse Pajamas. It’s pretty cute for…you know…being a plush maggot.

Found nesting over at Plastic and Plush Dot Com.

Sick and Twisted Website of The Day: Headless Historicals

I stopped paying attention to my MySpace page about six months ago (Face Book, baby!) but occasionally I still get the odd “friend request” from a shitty band or porn webcam. So, every few weeks I make a pit stop by the page just to check out who wants to be my “friend.” Today while I was quickly deleting a dozen or so earnest requests from guys with Yahoo instant messenger who claim to love me, aforementioned shitty bands and product salesbots masquerading as humanoids, I accidentally clicked on the page for a website called Headless Historicals, which sells “Commemorative Dolls of the Executed.” So I must say that MySpace is still good for something, because this site is fucked up.

According to their website, “Headless Historicals ™ are reworked dolls that were inspired by people throughout history who died in rather horrible ways. Each doll is dressed according to how they might have appeared during the peak of their success, while their bodies display the manner in which they died.” I wish I was making this up. And from their MySpace page: “Using forensic photographs, written historical accounts, and techniques used for creating horror effects in film, special attention is given to the details of the injuries sustained during the final moments of each character’s life. All of the eyes are glazed over to produce the lack-luster stare of the dead. Torn flesh and deep gashes are shown in all their gory details and for decapitations the severed muscle tissue and bone is visible in the wound.

These dolls are for display purposes only and are certainly not intended for children. Because these dolls were originally obtained from second-hand sources, slight imperfections are normal and often add to the doll’s character considering the nature of these reworkings. We are not affiliated with any doll manufacturer. Headless Historicals are created by artists Garith Pettibone and Shiva Rodriguez.” Awesome.

Lady Jane Grey, Severed Head Included, Sells for $169.99

Sick and Twisted Thing of The Day: Upside-Down Baby Head Bowl!


Description from Etsy: It’s an Upside-down Baby Head Bowl!

(Note: Can be used as a large cup or a small bowl.)
This handmade bowl is low fire white clay with a food safe glaze, which means the bowl is made to be used. The outside has a clear glaze over white clay. The inside has an orange glaze under a red glaze. This cup stands 3 1/2″ high and has a 4″ diameter. It does make a fun conversation piece, plus it’s functional!