Reminds me of Monsters, Inc. Only more violent!
I enjoy that movie. You?
"What was I thinking? It was supposed to be easy, scare the kid, make him soil his pants, and here he's got Excalibur in his hands and screaming like Mel Gibson in Braveheart! I really got to get a new job..."
Hahaha, on the needing to get a new job.
I'm feeling sorry for the monster!
Don't feel too bad. The house before this, the monster ate an ear off a little kid and stole his Halloween candy.
'...and stole his Halloween candy.'I think that's called good parenting
Thanks for the chuckles! Your header is delicious too. Aw, this little Halloween checkie is priceless. My goodness, I must re-visit again and again.Have a nice weekend, Happy Whisk.
Please feel free to copy and paste her or save or whatever you fancy. She is too cute, not to take.
Makes me think of my niece. 8D
Hi new person, Kristy. I didn't see where your blog was, just a g+ page. Do you have a blog?Thanks for stopping by.
Smart kid. Defend your space, I say. The first thing I thought of when I saw this image is the movie 'Monsters, Inc'. Loved it. And now I feel like watching it all over again.
I rewatch that one, myself. Fun movie. Hope you and your honey bunny are having a groovy weekend.
Grrrrrl power, indeed.
She looks like she can take care of herself. Poor monster.
She does, which is fantastic.
thats a real good one ivy. keep em coming. cheers!!