I know this is a candleholder, and that it isn’t responsible for what it is, how it was made. I still can’t forgive it. Any candle you tried to put in this thing would gutter out and die out of sheer embarrassment. Anyway, it looks more like the world’s cutest restroom stall, anyway. A magical outhouse from fairyland that thanks you when you’ve finished.
“Thank you, and enjoy the rest of your lovely day, I’m so glad we had this time together!”
The little hook here is proof: candle, not privy. Still, it’s awfully well-ventilated in all the right places.
I need to get a French stop-motion animator to film this for me. It’d run around, distressing the other figurines, throwing them into its little white bowl. Briefly their legs would kick, once, twice, then they’d slide down into its unknown darkness. Still it smiled its mysterious, Mona Lisa smile.
Well…maybe that’s a faint exaggeration…the Mona Lisa would never wear hard Â candy epaulets and a lollypop fascinator. That’d be way too 1930s, and she’s Â more of an early 1500s kind of gal. Also, M.Lisa has MUCH better cleavage, and knows that a thin, fleeting smile wins more hearts than a free show.
Maybe you’d better cover those up, ma’am, you must be getting cold…
Savers on North Loop and Burnet, Austin