Creepy Kids Enjoy Winter! Posted on January 8, 2014January 7, 2014 by Elephant Prattles For Our Boys and Girls. Hurst & Co.: New York. 1912. Like this:Like Loading... Related
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They are kind of creepy…LOLOL
Don’t let these little winter weirdos bit you!
They’re kids who have already eaten too many GMO type foods . . .
What a nightmare we have with these GMO’s – have we learned nothing from fairy tales? Our forced perfect world is so tasteless. Don’t get me started about this!
We have an agricultural radio station so I listen every once in a while. It’s strange to here positive things being said about Monsanto! Big Ag is a strange–dare I say-evil world.
Oh don’t think twice – Monsanto = EVIL WORLD! Just say it right out loud. Who likes the loss of nature and choice? Nobody but a brain dead money maker! As I said, don’t get me started on this!!
How does one get that brain dead? Do they rationalize or do they know what they’re doing is wrong?
They seem unfazed by the Polar Vortex!
It was tip of the ski mask to the weather. Fairy tale style enjoyment of the COLD!
Very cute little outfits, though. Love those gaiters, is that the word? Although I think of their poor mother having to button all those little buttons. Still, their expressions are creepy. That’s exactly the right word for it.
I think it is their teeth that give them the creepy look!
Teeth? or is it the eyes that are creepy?
Both – absolutely both!
I dunno, they look pretty normal to me. Reminds me of the Sears catalog ads from the 1950s (though in this case, the 1850s, no?) that a humorous blogger likes to comment on. They do seem to look like twins, though. Cool addition to your interesting collection!
Thank you SF. I like humorous comments . . . well, don’t we all!
Yes, they do look a little as if they come from The Village of the Damned!
That is it exactly . . . Village of the Damned . . . yes!
I should sue AT&T for making me so far behind in keeping up with my favorites sites because of their constant interruption of service. I see I missed plenty!
How sweet! I missed this comment until now! I am not posting as often, but I do like seeing what everyone is doing. You have worked so hard on your blog – it is a gift – especially for people like me who woke up one day and realized (long after school) that history is fascinating and answers so many nagging questions.
Thank you for being so understanding and for having an interest in history.
Creepiest little monsters I’ve ever seen in my entire life! Chuckie couldn’t hold a candle to any one of them! LOL
They are related to a a series of creepy kids! Let’s hope they don’t visit!