Cradle To The Grave (Flocking Done Right!1)

cradle_02A few weeks back my fiance’ was going through her old baby things. Among the dolls and clothes was this little gem. She asked if I could think of something creative to do with it and I told her I have just the thing. Continue reading “Cradle To The Grave (Flocking Done Right!1)”

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Battle For The Rim (Best Flocking Job Yet!?)

rim_03Hey there Flockers! This week I wanted to discuss my newest creation–The Rim! I was inspired by a project I saw on etsy where a young, hip couple had decorated their apartment with hubcaps. Anything worth doing to an apartment is worth flocking vigorously. And I remembered seeing some nice hubcaps on the car in the abandoned lot near my house, so I gave it a go! Continue reading “Battle For The Rim (Best Flocking Job Yet!?)”

How To Roleplay A Chronic Drunk (In Character)

If I ask you to pretend to be drunk right now, you might try stumbling around the room like a marionette with half its strings cut. Or you might emulate the inebriate’s native language; the slow-drawl moist-lipped slur. Or, if you’re especially imaginative, you might act confused, like a geriatric with dementia waiting to be wheeled back into your room. These are the common signs of intoxication the media has embedded in our minds. These are the behaviors players will adopt if they check the “alcoholic” box on their character sheet’s list of flaws. And, without exception, these are wrong. Continue reading “How To Roleplay A Chronic Drunk (In Character)”

The 1826 West Point Eggnog Riot (A Christmas Poem)

Google Images / Missed In History / Cracked.com
Google Images / Missed In History / Cracked.com

Every year we post a nonsense Christmas carol done in the style of Clement Clarke Moore’s T’was the Night Before Christmas. This time around we’ve mashed it together with our love of Weird History. Please enjoy this poem about a very real and not made-up whatsoever riot that occurred at West Point military academy before the Civil War.

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