The world is burning, but we still need some joy from the little things. And with that, here’s what we really, really want this year! (Live your one wild and precious life while you can, y’know.)
Special thanks to Nikki, Raquel, and Bren for being wizards and making this post beautiful and highly functional! We are all blessed to exist on this scorched Earth alongside them. ❤️
Books About Hillary Clinton or By Hillary Clinton
I’m not over it. I want a second copy of Hard Choices in paperback because I love the photo of Hillary on the cover, Girls in the Van because I can’t believe I haven’t read it yet, Stronger Together to remind me what a normal policy platform looks like, and basically any other book with her face on it, please.
I’m gonna give The Desire Map another go in the new year since I’ve managed to scratch a lot of my big, scary dreams from the last time off my list. (Who knew it was possible!) And I’d like to embrace my inner rich white woman and integrate it into my life with this spiral-bound planner, please and thank you.
A Hillary Clinton Cut-Out, Also For You to Not @ Me
We had a cardboard cut-out of Hillary Clinton in my office for a while and I could not stop taking selfies with it. My new plan is to own one and just take it everywhere with me and pretend my one truest dream isn’t dead.
Oh come the fuck on. Why wasn’t I asked to be a brand ambassador for this specific jacket yet, honestly.
Wow, what a steal to own some Michael Keaton/Michelle Pfeiffer era Batman memorabilia for your home! I mean this would be my choice, really, but any neon sign is a great gift idea because you can make customizable ones. When people are like, “What do I get the person who has everything?” it’s like, you get them a customized neon sign. Everyone would want a neon sign dedicated to them to put in their home.
Honestly I’m constantly trying to put decadent things on my face, and this $10,000 gold mask deserves to be mine. I bet Kanye West has never had this on his face, and that’s even more of a reason why I need it.
Wow, look at this perfect jacket. Not much else to say other than I hope it’s mine one day.
I spend so much traveling for work, and the men I travel with are always divided into two camps: the young ones carry backpacks, and the old ones carry beautiful leather briefcases. I’m 30 now, so.
Just some light reading for the holidays!
Size large, please and thank you. It’s cold in Boston, so this sweatshirt is ~*practical*~ in addition to being adorable.
This lunar calendar was made by Alma Reyes Evans of Ursa Wild Design and is sold by Holy Sponge, a queer-owned company with some of the most beautiful and thoughtful menstrual products you can find in this world. (If you’re in the market for a menstrual sponge kit or handmade reusable pads, Janeen happily has you covered!) I love this company and have been wanting one of their lunar calendars for a while. Maybe this is my year!
PLEASE I NEED THIS BEAUTIFUL AND INFORMATIVE BOOK.
Once upon a time, my dad, who is now dead, gave me a set of four Thirstystone coasters with the University of Tennessee “T” on them and I LOVED THEM. Unfortunately I only have one single coaster left of the set, and yet I do not live alone, therefore I am in need of at least three more coasters, perhaps even four. These charcoal and white concrete coasters will look heckin’ spiffy in my living room. Also I’ll no longer be forced to confront the fact that I somehow misplaced three entire coasters from the UT set that cannot be replaced by their original purchaser as he is, as aforementioned, dead. Win/win!
Ok hear me out: I need to go camping. I missed Bonnaroo last summer and in doing so, missed my only yearly camping opportunity because I don’t own a tent in Arizona. If I owned this tent — this Coleman eight-person tent — not only would I own a tent in Arizona, but I’d own one big enough for all four of us to sleep in! Why do I not have my life in order by way of already owning this tent? Reader, I do not know. Let’s right that wrong. Let’s make 2017 the year I FINALLY go camping in this state and also learn how to build a fire.
After months of wearing ballet flats meant for actual ballet as my everyday footwear and dress footwear it’s probably time for me to transition to something more study and less potentially disastrous if I step on glass, or in a puddle, or really on anything other than totally bare flat clean concrete.
I’ve been totally obsessed with shoes like this since seeing them everywhere at a dapper/pin-up themed event recently. I don’t usually care about footwear, but as a result of not caring about footwear, I’m in really dire need of it in the following categories: “could wear with a pretty dress and still walk” and “could wear to briefly walk the dog.” (Both categories have the caveat “but not another pair of black boots, you live in California and they are not as functional as you want them to be and thigh-highs are not always appropriate, okay?”) Are these the answer? I hope so. (Note that the ones in the photo are the Imsie Aqua Blue; the link goes to the company’s page at Modcloth.)
To complement the shoes, duh.
Lately the books I’m most interested include “non-fiction works about sex and sexuality,” “things about Los Angeles” and “things by women” (lately and forever). Eve Babitz’s LA Woman and Sex and Rage, Chloe Caldwell’s I’ll Tell You In Person, a preorder of Roxane Gay’s Difficult Women, a preorder of Alana Massey’s All The Lives I Want, a deep preorder of Kristen Sollee’s Witches, Sluts, Feminists and Zadie Smith’s Swing Time are all on my list.
I don’t know if you’ve noticed but everything old is new again. I loved forever classic Black Honey — is it back? did it ever leave? — when I was 12 and I love it now and I want to take it everywhere. But now Fresh Sugar Lip can come too.
This stainless steel dildo weighs 2.75 pounds and looks like pure sex. It’s curved. It’s ridged. I want it. I don’t know what else to tell you.
I went to New York and Philadelphia this year and found out that all my friends with cats have these cute fountains for them that are apparently so much better for them then just having a bowl of water??? I had no idea! Now I do, though, so I want one for my cat, Sawyer, and this is the cutest one I could find.
I’m making bold new decisions about my aesthetic and who I am as a person, and one of the decisions I’ve made is that I’m going to become a garter and stockings gal. I’ve never liked wear pants, so I wore leggings a lot, but I honestly don’t really like those either (please don’t hate me). So I’m switching to dresses, skirts and shorts with tights and stockings from now on. I already have tights, but I don’t have a garter belt or stockings yet. I’m pretty sure I’m gonna look pretty fucking sick in these. Also, to be honest, I don’t know anything about lingerie, so please, if anyone wants to educate me, I’m very open to learning.
This Crushed Velour Mini Skirt and a Lot of Other Skirts
For real, you guys, I need some more cutes, I need some more cute skirts. Other than that cute velour skirt, I also want this sateen midi skirt, this skater skirt with poppers and this really short mini skirt.
So, this year I discovered something new about myself, and that is that I am a big, big fan of being spanked. This toy looks wonderful. This is the number one thing I want right now.
Business casual is so hard when you’re still trying to perfect your tomboy femme aesthetic. I love the classic button down look with straight lines, and the fact that it’s also floral only makes it better. I’ve been looking for clothes lately that will confuse my students enough about my gender that they need to use gender neutral pronouns, and this shirt feels like a winner.
As a self-professed bisexual, I like to let the world know as often as possible. Sometimes, I just yell it from the top of a hill at sunrise, but other times I want to be more subtle and I think this shirt, with the nostalgia it will create for the early 2000s and Justin Timberlake’s frosted tips, will do just the trick.
I’ve wanted to start incorporating harnesses into my everyday look, and this one is a perfect stealthy piece. It’s super minimalistic and also just really pretty and I want it so badly (I’ve been eyeing it on Etsy for months now). I could totally wear this while teaching and say it’s suspenders, right?
I had it. I lost it. I need it.
I’m not saying that owning these sleeveless coveralls will change my life, but yes I am. I’m not really a clothing-obsessed person (in fact, I rather hate clothes shopping), but there are two words that tickle my fashion fancy: pleather and sleeveless. While not pleather, these sleeveless coveralls are nonetheless perfect. When I showed the photo of them to my girlfriend, she asked if I’m also going to get the model’s haircut and tattoos to complete the look and tbh, probably.
Bed Desk and other work-from-home essentials
Nothing screams “I WORK FROM HOME” like wanting a literal desk for your bed. Okay, so technically this product is called a “laptop bed tray,” but I am choosing to refer to it as a “bed desk,” which acknowledges my bed-centric approach to working from home while also making me sound like a damn professional. While I’m at it, here are a few other things I need to make my life as a freelance writer easier: literally a million unruled, hardcover Moleskines, a WiFi extender, and a Padfolio.
Not only am I a freelance writer, but more specifically, I am a freelance television critic. So it’s a little absurd that I don’t have some sort of streaming device for my television.
Six months ago, I moved to New York, and now I’m writing two plays. So I have accomplished my childhood dream of becoming A Cliché when I grow up. I always have books on my wishlist for Christmas, but this year, I really want plays, plays, and more plays. In addition to this Sarah Ruhl collection, I also want The Flick by Annie Baker (and any Annie Baker tbh), Sweat by Lynn Nottage, and The America Play and Other Works by Suzan-Lori Parks.
My sister recently got this bag in charcoal, and I am extremely jealous but also cannot afford a $250 bag. But this bag is incredibly well designed and has amazing features, which I know because my sister is an industrial design major and did endless research to find the perfect messenger bag. She knows what’s up. But I want the “heritage tan” version so that I’m not completely copying her.
It feels weird to rep Autostraddle on Autostraddle but really. When I was a closeted queer youth, this website was lifesaving water in a desert of fundamental christianity, and it’s since been a warm respite of chosen family and support for me when I let myself get overwhelmed by current events. Now more than ever, I need us to be around for the vast landscape of lady-loving queers out in the world, closeted or out.
I just want to warn everybody!! Also I want to start a girl-gang with Carmen.
Y’all I have no idea what I want for Christmas this year? It is 85 degrees outside and also we are living in a post-apocalyptic hellfire, so the idea that Christmas is coming seems completely bonkers. But here are some cool things that I might want if I were a person who lived in a universe where Christmas was approaching.
Some poetry books like Rise of the Trust Fall
By Mindy Nettifee, which I was sure I owned but I do not, somehow!
The whole time I was living out of the U.S. I promised myself that I would invest in high-quality headphones that I leave on my nightstand and don’t stuff into a backpack so maybe these could be them I don’t know!!
As usual I want literally every piece of jewelry and tiny accessory Topman makes, but most of all look at these collar clips.
Probably don’t buy me a present and just give your money to your local LGBT youth organization. Sorry for all the nihilism. Happy holigays and I love you.
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I’m always losing or breaking earbuds, either by accidentally putting them in the washing machine or by shoving them somewhere and forgetting. So I found these reasonably priced earbuds that sound great and have controls for music and phone. They are always on my gift list now.
Have you ever seen a collar clip so fancy? Last year I received an awesome octopus collar clip that I wear on the regular, but this one would be for fancier occasions and I love it.
Why are men’s sweaters so comfy and warm while women’s are practically see-through? The patriarchy. So I want this one that’s from the “men’s” department but will obviously fit my body.
I’ve been wearing the same form-fitting yoga pants to the gym for years and they don’t really jell with the look I’ve got going on anymore. My entire wardrobe should make me happy, even just the stuff I’m sweating all over. So it’s time for an upgrade! As someone with twigs for legs I am always a fan of skinny pants, and these look simultaneously comfy and polished enough that I could also wear them to lounge around or go out for brunch. Versatility and comfort? Don’t mind if I do.
I write all of my first drafts by hand — it keeps the ol’ brain going and helps me not second guess myself as much. But once that draft is finished, I then have to spend time typing it up before I can do any real editing. I’m intrigued by smartpens because they could help me streamline that process; this one converts your handwriting to searchable text and I believe (?) lets you save to Google Drive, which may very well change my life. The fact that you have to use Livescribe paper is a bummer, but you can print it out yourself on a laser printer, so at least that part wouldn’t be hellishly expensive.
I’ve got some solid reasons to learn Spanish (living in Los Angeles, having a sister and future brother-in-law who live in Mexico, volunteering with future election campaigns, etc.) and have forgotten much of what I picked up in high school, so I need to get back on track. I’m using Duolingo right now and it’s great, but I’ll want something heftier soon enough.
Buying “boyfriend” anything always feels a little ughhh to me, but honestly I’ve always wanted a jacket with elbow patches to complete my professorial look. I am a librarian by day, after all. It’s basically a requirement.
Books to Prep for the Revolution
I’m bracing for the Trump era by strengthening my knowledge base and making myself a better resource. That means reading a ton, including all those books I’ve only seen in excerpt or not yet absorbed at all. So this round I’m asking for Sister Citizen: Shame, Stereotypes, and Black Women in America by Melissa Harris-Perry, Sister Outsider: Essays and Speeches by Audre Lorde, My Body Politic by Simi Linton, and We Should All Be Feminists by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. Other recommendations welcome.
I am mesmerized by these here Vixskin “realistic feel” dildos, MESMERIZED I TELL YOU. Despite that mesmerization, it has taken my girlfriend and I about four months to decide on the Mustang Royale (we already have a harness mind you but nothing to put in it because, I don’t know, brunch?). This may finally be The One and now all that’s left is for it to appear, as if by magic, on a cozy holiday morning (nudge nudge).
I was very late to the Twin Peaks party but I have made up for it in obsessiveness. I’ve got my fingers crossed this book will reveal that the Log Lady is the badass lesbian character we all know she was. No spoilers if you’ve read it already please.
Look, sheet masks will not save us and I know this and yet somehow when I use one before bed I wake up feeling like I can conquer the world with my face. For example I spent the whole day after the election either openly sobbing or squeezing my eyebrows together in an effort not to openly sob (as I know pretty much the entire sane world did too), so I slapped one of these babes on that night and the next day someone told me I looked refreshed. Like, LULZ but also the power is real.
It’s actually the only thing I really truly want for Christmas. Everything else on this list is an “if I absolutely had to pick” situation, because the most important thing to me in the world right now is more women in politics. I want a drastic overcorrection. There’s a damn reason men aren’t allowed to be Empress in my D&D 5e homebrew.
Because of course I want this. I want to throw all sorts of different kinds of Beholders at my players. I want all sorts of weird ass monsters. Side note, all my players want for Christmas is for no one to get me Volo’s Guide To Monsters.
My first ever Betrayal experience was with a bunch of Straddlers at A-Camp. I’ve played a bunch since then. This boardgame is really cool and I want more of it.
My wife and I panic adopted a puppy to help us cope with this, the year of our collective dumpster fire 2016. She is a perfect angel and we love her. But she also is convinced that she melts in the rain. I cannot even imagine how she’ll feel about sleet. She was born in June so she’s never seen winter before God help us all.
My makeup look going into 2017 is a bare, stricken face holding back tears with an intense black cat-eye so pointy and sharp and infallible it stabs the patriarchy right in the face.
I don’t usually leave my home without accessories, but necklaces and dangly earrings don’t go well with small grabby baby hands. This necklace isn’t exactly passable as a regular non-mommy necklace, but it’s cute enough and I don’t have to fret if the baby wants to make a nom out of it.
I’ve wanted a treadmill desk since I learned about them existing. I had this desk, I’d have the best home office ever. Or maybe I’d even take it to my work office and be the envy of my coworkers. Or maybe I’d share it with them. Either way, it definitely would improve many conference calls.
This is a book of secrets! SECRETS. If I read this book then I will know how to arrange tabletops so well you’ll come over and be like, “damn, this girl must know some secrets.”
These are so great, especially if you frequently find yourself hungover from alcohol or from crying too much. But they’re also really expensive and every time I buy another pack, I have an existential crisis.
These seem like boots for a person who is very serious about winter and wants to be ready for it.
I love traveling and seeing weirdo things and I want this on my shelf and then on my to-do list.
I think it would really tie the room together but I can’t tell you why. It’s a secret!
I stand proudly behind my desire to own skeleton everything, and this jewelry stand matches my room perfectly because it’s clean, minimalist and creepy as fuck. Buy me this jewelry stand so I can hang my animal skeleton necklaces from its bony fingers. Buy me this jewelry stand so I can come one step closer to taking over for whoever names household items at Modcloth.
Recently at A-Camp, I’ve taken up the habit of performing red carpet interviews like a scruffy queer Joan Rivers, asking campers and staff alike about their outfit choices and excitement regarding whatever black-tie affair we’re currently attending. However, because this idea happened relatively organically, I’ve been using a microphone as a stick, which is a fantastic sight gag but (surprise!) lends itself to terrible audio. With this microphone, I could finally join the pros.
Listen, I don’t like it any more than you do, but I bike to work. I bike in New York City. Usually when I tell people this, they shrink back and tell me, “I could never do that! I’d be terrified!” and listen, you’re right. When I’m pedaling home in the middle of the night, I want my bike to scream to passing motorists that they shouldn’t hit me because I’m A) right there and B) possibly a horseman of the apocalypse. These eerie red lights should help me accomplish the desired effect.
I saw Sleater-Kinney play a while back and was inspired by Carrie Brownstein’s glittery gold guitar strap, so I immediately went home and googled glittery gold guitar straps. From what I can tell, Carrie’s strap probably cost about a million dollars, but these guys are only $40 and gorgeous. I already have (and love) one in gunmetal and currently need one in hot pink.
If I understand it correctly, Himalayan salt lamps are like a Patronus you plug into the wall and sit on your desk. They radiate cheer and repel Dementors (and also something about ions?). I would like to have a desk Patronus. I think that would make the winter easier.
It’s been too long since I punched a dragon out of the sky.
I need some new headphones and these are the ones I like because they come in happy colors and last a long time and don’t take up too much space in my backpack and sound good and aren’t as expensive as a lot of other headphones.
I wore out my other grandpa slippers and so I need a new pair because I live in New York City and my landlord doesn’t believe in the law about how he’s supposed to make my apartment a livable temperature in the daytime.
Wireless USB-chargeable handwarmers for keeping your hands toasty while you’re typing and reading and playing video games and they’re shaped like literal toast! Everyone needs these, in my opinion.
The black blazer I currently own is a little dated in style and also has a weird bleach stain on the arm, which I have no idea how it got there. I want to look cool and stylish with a fresh blazer.
I tried out the smaller Passion Planner and it was just too small to write in all the things I wanted. I love the layout and really want to focus on my goals for the coming year.
Yo, I’ve been wanting fancy ass headphones for a very long time. I just want to drown out the world and focus on my work in peace, ok.
Look, I know I could get these at H&M or Forever 21 for like $5 but I’ve done that and they always get discolored after a few months and aren’t wearable anymore. I want the real deal and why not invest in a pair of solid gold earrings to wear daily for years. I love these circle studs because they’re simple and go with everything.
I’m guilty of always having my phone on the verge of dying, especially when I’m out and about or traveling and there’s no outlet in sight. This pisses my mom off more than anything and I mean, I annoy myself when I do this. It mystifies me why I just don’t charge my phone before I leave the house but that’s neither here nor there. I need a portable battery pack to help me out, especially when I’m traveling.
I won’t for one moment let you think I’m a music expert. You can ask anyone around me what my favorite songs/songs on repeat and it won’t make me look cool. I just love the sound of vinyl and it reminds me of my grandparents and not being able to touch this thing that I always wanted to touch. I can’t wait to touch this so much.
This book has been on my wish list for months. I found out about this book by reading a story online about an octopus that escaped its enclosure by figuring out when the security guard made checks. I love animals so much.
I feel like my yearly holigay gift guide should contain at least one sloth. This garland will decorate my bare walls. I need more sloth in my life.
When I got married last year, I knew I didn’t want a wedding dress – I wanted a slick-ass suit. So I went to Portland, to Duchess Clothier, where the rad staff measured me, helped me pick out fabrics, plan button positioning, keep my bust line in check while keeping me comfortable, and just being overall awesome. They still have my measurements, and I wear the waistcoat most of all. I’d love another one, they just fit so well and make me feel really good. (Also, more than half their customers identify as female
Wildfang is always a good choice, but holy smokes these Chelsea boots are gorgeous and I need them in my liiiiiiiife.
OK and while we’re at it, why not look at these beautiful boots. Oh god, I need these too. Shoot.
Tim Carlburg is a super-talented potter in Montana whose business is centered on creating beautiful, fantastical, one-of-a-kind growlers and flasks for any beverage in your life. Since each piece is unique, there’s no real inventory, but the gallery of his previous work should give you an idea of the possibilities.
Camping is nearly impossible without a good hatchet or axe. I need to upgrade, and I’ve been eyeing this beauty from SOG Knives. It weighs just 2 pounds, 1 ounce, and is all one, forged piece, making it super strong. Ugh, now I want to go camping. Winter camping is awesome, especially if you’re into snow caves!
These little beauties are not only an instrument for telling time, they’re a piece of socialist history that led to the democratization of luxury watches. Plus- they are dainty and badass.
The original Japanese title for this sewing book was “She has a mannish style,” which that in itself would have made me want it. She Wears the Pants is the first Japanese sewing book (in English) to focus on a more androgynous style. Paper sewing patterns are included and I would seriously wear almost every pattern in there.
Maybe it’s just because my self-care needs have been pushed into hyperdrive recently but, I can’t get enough velvet. I wore a velvet dress a couple of nights ago and spent the entirety of the evening petting myself. I’m into it and I want more of it.
Ive been dreaming of owning one of these oh-so-sexy harnesses for months! Switch Leather Harness are 100% Queer owned and operated and take great care with all their designs to accommodate ALL sizes and genders. Plus- they’re the only leather strap on harness company that is both sourced and manufactured in the US.
OK so, Form Function on Etsy has been selling super rad, quality packers and stand-to-pee silicone items for some time now. They feel as great as they work, which is to say wonderfully. Recently they put out the B.J Dildo which is a hollow toy that creates a suction when sucked on and my sex life wants this bad.
I honestly believe god intended my body to be adorned with this vinyl glitter chest harness by Gnat Glitter Kink. Who am I to disobey?
I think this is hot and I think that I would look pretty hot in it.
Something pretty to hang in my room.
I need this book in my life and you probably do too. Art activist Nia King just self-published this second volume celebrating queer and trans Black and brown genius, with interviews with artists about stuff like preserving Indigenous languages through painting, the imminent trans women of color world takeover, self-publishing versus working with a small press, queer life in WWII Japanese American incarceration camps, and so much more! Some of the artists featured are Vivek Shraya, Cherry Gallette, Trish Salah, Inidra Allegra, Grace Rosario Perkins, and many others whose names you might not know yet, but you’ll want to.
Last year the incredible trans-run and trans author-focused Topside Press published three books of poetry and shame on me I do not own any of them yet. In addition to Improvise, Girl, Improvise (best title ever), there’s also Never Coming Home by Tyler Vile and Which One Is The Bridge by Charles Theonia. From “wrenching romantic disappointments on permanent rotation,” a novel-in-verse from a slam poet, and trans women heroines living audaciously, it looks like there’s something for everyone in these poems.
And…one more book because really that’s all I want for Christmas, let’s be honest. I recently read Cree/Metis author/comedian Dawn Dumont’s debut novel, Nobody Cries at Bingo, and I thought it was the funniest book I had ever read. I’m a wee bit obsessed with her now, and must have her other book, Rose’s Run. It’s about a single mother living on the Rez who decides to earn some self-respect by running a marathon even though she’s a smoker who hasn’t run in twenty years and has no motivation. Along the way she has to do battle with a truly mean old spirit who feeds off women’s strength, which has been unintentionally been called forth by her teen daughter.
Film is expensive so is paper to print on and so is a place to print so like if you’re feeling generous some hours at this communal darkroom in LA I’ll send you prints I promise. (And like honestly while we’re at it some color film would be nice too.)
If This Is True, I’ll Never Have to Leave Home Again and some other photo books that make me want to leave home even more
Robin Puy’s first book chronicles her journey on a Harley (are you sold yet or) across America mostly through the people she met and the details she saw.
Also I really want Peter van Agtmael’s newest book Buzzing at the Sill. He is, in my opinion, one of the best documentary photographers producing work right now. He examines the battles we fight both at home and abroad. And if you know someone who is interested in documentary (and combat) photography in general this is the sequel to one of my all time favorites Disco Night Sept. 11.
And probably the one I want the most tbh is Gordon Parks: I Am You: Selected Works 1934–1978—he had a truly a remarkable career and this review of his work is unmatched with moments ranging from the streets of Harlem to the pages of Vogue.
For when I do leave home. I mean this is cute and it can double as a La Croix carrying case but it’s also practical—storing cameras in a cooler is the best way to keep gear from overheating in the summer.
Succulents Simplified: Growing, Designing, and Crafting with 100 Easy-Care Varieties, by Debra Lee Baldwin
Why do my succulents keep dying? I don’t know. But maybe Debra Lee Baldwin does.
I’ve always had a lot of good reasons why I couldn’t have an electric blanket. I’ll waste a lot of energy, I thought. I won’t be able to get out of bed and onto the cold floor, I thought. I’ll probably burn the house down, I thought. Well, all those things are still true, but fuck it! Everything feels like a nightmare and I want to lay motionless on my sofa underneath superheated fleece.
I’ve been processing my emotions by watching and re-watching Gravity Falls lately (ordinary folk uniting to conquer a seemingly omnipotent, sneeringly condescending and manipulative evil being who wants to cause destruction and chaos just for kicks? Idk, feels relevant) and this poster (which hangs in the Gravity Falls library) pretty much sums up where I’m at. Why is it terrifying? Why is it in the form of a question? Why does only one book have teeth? What role does the fish play? I don’t know, but I want it in my office.
In my ongoing quest to make my office a sensory paradise, I would like to have an incense thingy that doesn’t get ash all over my desk and floor. They have these beautiful ones on Etsy that are specially designed to not do that, and they are all from Latvia for some reason. What’s going on in Latvia. Can someone get me an incense thing while they’re there, like maybe one from this shop.