RJ Brudenell (azoth) wrote,
RJ Brudenell
azoth

Mmmm, Miyazaki

A package arrived this afternoon. A package from the distant shores of Wolfington Island. A package which, when torn open, turned out to contain the very finest of gifts: books!

Awww, they're wonderful! They're Totoro! They read the wrong way round, which confused me a little at first, but they're beautiful none-the-less!

Unlike the bloody card!! That's got to be, singularly, the most sinister monkey in the entire world. I'm in two (possibly seven) minds as whether or not to place it alongside the other cards; for fear that it might eat them. Or at the very least meanace them with intent.

I'll Swallow Your Soul!


I think it's something about the eyes. Or the jaggedy teeth.

Erm, yeah. So, forgetting about the daemonic monkey for a moment, I'd like to say a big thanks to Madame Johnny! They're utterly splendid =^_^=
Tags: bad monkey, totoro
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