Sunday, December 26, 2010

Merry Christmas and Apologies!

Hi everyone! Sorry for the lack of updates. You know how it is with the holiday seasons, scrambling for last minute gifts, impromptu dinner with distant relatives, "obligations" that have to be kept, it's that time of year again.



Derp.

But I hope everyone had a good Christmas break regardless of whatever religious affiliations you may have. I know I certainly have been able to catch up on some much needed rest.

And don't worry, this blog hasn't been abandoned, things have just been really hectic and we'll be posting much more in the future.

But more "obligations" are bothering me so I'll need to cut this short. Here's something I'd want to use for scaring little children:


Look carefully and you can seeing "something" jiggling about.

Uncanny valley much?

17 comments:

  1. I find those mechanised santas creepy

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  2. it's more 'uncanny stygian depths'.

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  3. I am in complete agreement with Hermit...

    One time, my favorite arcade (of the time) had one of those big dancing santa in the window of the entrance, and scared the shit out of me when I opened the door. Those things are what nightmares are made of. :(

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  4. i need to get one of those santas for my house

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  5. damn, i want to know which idiot paid the money for that dancing santa...i mean come on now. you know that thing had to cost a couple hundred bucks, at least. and it sucks. you probably could have paid some hobo $10/hr and got a better bang for your buck...

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  6. Santa's "sac" wiggles way too much here D:

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  7. I've been missing your idiocy :(
    I thought it was a real santa, for a while anyway.

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  8. merry xmas, happy new year :P

    following you guys now, a little bit of idioticy is terribly healthy btw :P


    http://kind-of-informational.blogspot.com/
    if you feel like giving my blog a click :)

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  9. haha that santa personifies the risks of supermarket santas. "ooh something happened downstairs..."

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