Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Happy Halloween


Happy Halloween, from your friends at the Daily Mail:

Glitter-painted pumpkins, aptly named 'bumpkins', and other spooky creations painted onto women's derrieres are the new trend taking over Instagram in time for Halloween. The Nightmare Before Christmas' Her Jack is seen painted onto a model's derriere on British beauty account Siren Spa

Picked up on ITV's Lorraine on Tuesday, many designs come in the form of pumpkins painted on party goer's derriere's- named 'bumpkins' (seen on British beauty account Siren Spa)

8 comments:

Sam L. said...

BUMmers!!

Anonymous said...

Are you sure you dont mean Daily MALE!! .. ha ha ha ..... ha

Anonymous said...

I like big gourds and I cannot lie

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Aggie - said...

Looks like both a trick AND a treat.

Anonymous said...

Why does the computer NOT "see" a pumpkin? -yet, at least. Maybe it can detect an ass pattern if it is good.

"the drive, the ego, the ideal ego, the ego-ideal, the other, and the Other." => gnarly Lacan nomenclature, but without the brain considered.

Multiple brain processes-as-Agents forming 'wholer' Agents that are self-interactive functions. "mirrors" | Meat puppet POV <=> Doppelganger

Heautoscopy, likely involves a region in left temporal lobe, memory processes involved in facial recognition system, and primal/automatic action-oriented emotional states. Not that every heautoscopic "hallucination" is likely the same content. Heautoscopy as "hallucination" is not accurate, if a autoscopy is hallucination then so is 'color'.

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Sam L. said...

I forgot to thank you for those photos, Stuart. THANK YOU.

Anonymous said...

Sam what steganography program did you use? my computer is 10years old and has trouble running more than a browser. Can't find any online running program to do this, my computer can't.