The backdrop of the typography print is a preview of what your sheets will look like after your Insiring Dreams.
Oh god, I HATE Satyrdays. Leg-shaving is a nightmare!
It would behoof you to do it anyway.
Good. I’m glad my comment didn’t pan.
nobody’s gryphon you a hard time…
It took a minotaur for that to sink in.
I love Regretsy except when I have to try to read it on my faun.
I much prefer Centaurdays, more time to horse around.
And I love to get hammered on Thorsday!
Switching pantheons could have been a mythtake.
Odin you know? It’s a new chimera and wiccan do that.
That was insiring! Think I’ll be fearlous and make that cape and shield for supper tonight. Wish I’d known about it Satyrday, when my nephew thurned 30.
Forgot vixon. Darn.
So much derp, I don’t quite know where to begin!
I, too, fear lously. I also fear spiderly.
What was in the box? Used condoms?
I have not found many restaurants who could proudly display that sign.
What was in the box?
Insiring dreams! ◕‿◕ ◕‿◕ ◕‿◕
I would love to add a touch of color to my kitchen with an entirely beige and gray print!
Beige and grey adds color and warmth but only because it is vintage. Mary Todd Lincoln had one just like it in the White House kitchen. I think Abe gave it to her. Not only was Abe honest he was also badass.
I’m still wondering whose cooking is as badaas the seller listing the sign? This is the work for a supper hero!
The kid in the candyland sample looks like she’s really worried about satyrday. I would be too, given a satyr’s reputation.
Hey! Maybe that’s where insiring dreams come from.
she looks like she’s The Only Sane Kid In the World
Gift suggestion for Rachel (if new parents are not an option) 1. Hooked on Phonics, 2. a dictionary; we know that these items are not in the house.
I think a new shop name is in order:
REGRETS ONLY. If you’re not a Regret you better mosy the fuck on….. I’ll see you Satyrday.
Vixon’s the One!
On Disher, on Duncer, on Pincer, on Vixon, on Commie, on Cunted, on Dander, on Bitchen.
Chef Boyardee, the REAL American Supper Hero!
“In the summer of 2006, I discovered this quote on a mysterious box in my parent’s study. The box has been sitting on my dresser ever since.”
So are the seller’s folks still searching for this box she lifted? Or is it still a mystery?
If a box (of little use) has been on your desk since 2006, you might be a hoarder. (from the “You Might Be Hoarder” comedy tour).
Look at the seller’s other birthday invitations. Snow White – Kristina’s Palase, Angry Birds – You Are Invitate, Satyrday again on a lot of them. Yeah… I’d really order invitations from a seller with spelling errors and typos on most of the samples.
Did you notice their banner? They can’t even spell their own shop name properly! “Birghtday Invitations”! I also saw one where the party date was June 1th.
I had thought it might be iornic, but …
I have to say I’m not too stoked about going to the one at Bully’s house.
Just one sale so far, so there must not be too many illiterates looking for U-print “birghtday” invitations.
Love the profile: “I am an artist. I design printed work like birthday party invitations, birthday invitations & photo birthday party invitations for kids.”
“Oh, and party birthday invitations and photo party birthday invitations.” More likely she’s got HP Creative Studio or something similar that has templates and licensed character images, and her main artistic contribution is to type misspellings into the appropriate blanks on a merge form.
The Kristina’s Palase one also asks you to “Please joint us”. I think Princess Kristina is a little too young for a joint.
Maybe the seller is one of these people who intentionally mis-spells his/her child’s name to be Yoooooneeeekkke.
The card has magically corrected itself! (But the banner remains.)
Badaas home cooking is brought to you by Chef Bing and Chef Boom.
Also please remember that “aas” means “carrion” in German. Now for my cooking skills. http://www.wkyt.com/wymt/home/headlines/Whitley-County-restaurant-shut-down-after-road-kill-found-in-kitchen-171867021.html
I thought maybe it was Swedish. Thanks for setting me straight.
Ooooh! Yeah. I know where Rachel’s house is on “Lest Loap 3.” I’ve been by that a couple of times when I took the wrong turn from the Zest Soap Overpass. HATE those Loapy roads.
And what is that watermark on the insiring cloud box? “Hey Cokey?” Maybe it’s a secret coke meaning “Don’t jack things from your parents!”
Secret cokes are the best kind of cokes.
NM. It’s the owner’s watermark. derp me
Too many cokes spoil the supe.
I’m amazed that “vixon” isn’t also “volumptuous.”
I’d just like to know what “Vwrp” means.
“Vamp” in very bad script.
I’m amazed they got “voluptuous” too. Maybe they bothered to look that one up.
Disney should sue her,
not for stealing their licensed images-for fucking butchering those invitates.
My first thought when I saw the “vixon” derp, was Nixon. O.O I worry myself sometimes.
My first thought when I saw the “badaas” was a sheep. A sheep wearing a chef’s hat, and maybe with a slight attitude.
So I was looking at her other gems, and saw this one. Nothing says “Kindergarten boy’s birthday party” like a RATED M, violent video game theme! Bottle rockets and smoke bombs for all! Shoot the birthday boy and win an AK-47 !
Did you see the picture of the shop “owner”? Very creepy….Why is a teenage emo boy designing/selling little kid b-day party invitations?????
After his stunning failure to place at the local spelling bee derby races, Birghtday decide to explore a career in grophic deisgn.
Maybe Emo Kid uses Emo Spelling?? That shop is freaky weird.
I sure hope his 45 admirers are all CF4L folks….otherwise, I’ve lost all hope for humanity….
@@ The ratings are just recommendations for parents that can’t be bothered to actually pay attention to what their kids are doing and discuss the fact that it isn’t real. Lots of kids like Call of Duty, and there’s nothing wrong with that.
If everyone else is going as a supper hero I think that I’ll go as Cocktail Time Hero and repurpose the shield as a tray.
The secret compartment of my tray I fill
With an Scumderdog Super Roofie Pill
After the blaxploitation genre died out, Sweet Sweetback took up Badaaaaaaas cooking.
Not much copyright infringement on those party invites, either.
Eagles can play accordion?
They do have the wingspan…
Wow! Every single invitation in that persons shop is misspelled. If you don’t give a crap about stealing copywrited art, then you probably aren’t going to give a crap about spelling.
You know how it is. Once you give one crap the sluices open and it becomes a veritable diarrhea of crap-giving. Shit.
Skitt’s Law strikes again.
And the more specific McKean’s Law.
I’m concerned about the paradox of a “vixon” who is simultaneously voluptuous and svelte. PICK A SIDE, WE’RE AT WAR.
I’m creeped out by the fact that BirthdayInvitations collecting photos, ages, and addresses of kids.
The last one also misspelled “Regretsy Only”.
The hourly supper hero entered the kids party fearlously. He needed another drink. A room full of kids thurning six, hyped-up on sugar. What could be worse? It was satyrday. He wanted to be home, drinking a cold one, listening to his insiring Vixon’s records (1988 will never die). But no, a job is a job. A dollar is a dollar. He lowered his hood with the thought of the on-coming badaas headache.
I really want to know how you misspell “ass”. The first day of Kindergarten my son taught all of his new friends to spell it.
And, yes, I’m so proud.
Waah, I want the “fearlously” shirt, have to check if they ship overseas – it’s much better than most of the Engrish shirts we get on the streets of good old Europe.
I think what bothered me most about that first listing was not the misspelling but the idea of Captain America with a cape. >_<
- Edna Mode
I would pay money to see her say that to Thor.
Also, the 8 extra stars on the shield must represent the Noble 8-Fold Way in Buddhism, Captain America’s traditional religion.
Fearlously, huh? I must say, I do fear lice.
Fealous beasts go straight to Frontline. My tomcat did, before coming back to his home box, to which he hopped insiring his queen.
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