We'll return shortly with more games and stories from the Child's Life Halloween issue (see the previous post HERE if you missed it), but first I'd like to show you another scary story, --which also looks a bit like a game-- and this one is presented on a ceramic souvenir mug originally from a Trader Vic's tiki bar in 1963. This fully illustrated love story wraps around the entire exterior of said mug and tells the age old tale where boy finds girl, boy loses girl after receiving a neck breaking right hook to the jaw, and then his paralyzed, beached body gets some sensitive spoon action as they await the tide to roll in and carry them both out to the eternal blackness of the deep dark sea of doom. Okay, that's probably not what is actually happening here, but hey, its October and even a cutely illustrated, island lust scenario such as this can be full of terrifyin' twists...
It seems like a twist ending, but I'm going with a suplex. She took him down to the mat for the count. Bam.
I like to imagine that the force of their romance caused all the cracks in the mug!
Is it me, or does it look like the clothes are a later addition? They almost float about the rest of the scene.
>I'm going with a suplex. She took him down to the mat for the count. Bam
The origins of The Sleeper Hold can now be told... haha
>does it look like the clothes are a later addition?
Similar to the female of our species, maybe the clothes disappear when the mug gets wet? I'll check it out and report back...
Hahaha, yeah I think you're absolutely right in your interpretation.
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