Friday, March 29, 2013

'Actresses Without Teeth' Tumblr Reminds Me Of Fish, Lovecraftian Horrors

Posted By on Fri, Mar 29, 2013 at 12:16 PM

So over the last week or so, the Actresses Without Teeth Tumbr Tumblog has been gaining a massive number of fans across the internet — and I'm not completely sure why. I mean, for some reason, when I see this:

and this:

I can't help but think of this:

Just, yknow, without the boobs.
  • Disney - Pixar's Finding Nemo
  • Just, y'know, without the boobs.

And that's just silly. But this image is just...terrifying.

Seriously, three things come to mind with that image: Lovecraftian, eldrich abominations; anti-meth PSAs; and the Nietzche quote, "...when you gaze long into an abyss the abyss also gazes into you."

Really, great work by the people at Actresses Without Teeth. I'm just not sure I'm going to be able to sleep well tonight, now that I've realized that Julia Roberts is some kind of horrifying sea monster.

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