Avon Books (1960)
1947 Simon and Schuster hardcover as A Halo for Nobody
first Avon edition, as Martinis and Murder was in 1956, this a later reissue
Mercury Colony Park, 1966
You can tell a man by the size of his wagon.
This guy must be awfully manly because his wagon is roughly the size of a battleship. It’s so big it defuses the (scientifically proven) emasculating effect of owning a station wagon in the first place.
Yes indeed, dads can definitely still be manly, yet sensual enough to lie in a devil-may-care fashion in the leaf-strewn grass with their (still hot) wife. (You know why she’s still hot? It’s the wagon. Duh.)
Missouri Historical Society Collections
Would pay HBO for a series that’s just Charles Dance and Diana Rigg snarking at each other.
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This is how I intend to enter rooms from now on.
I had a few idle moments and happened to hear that today is Tumblrnational Draw-a-Centaur Day, and thus did this majestic creature come into existence. Pictured here shortly before being taken to the knackery and turned into glue and inexpensive pet food.
I’d hammer in the morning.
unicorns are notorious for their hatred of posturing bro culture
(I’m debating making this girl available as a sticker and a shirt.)
That should make it easier to identify what kind of people to avoid like the plague, thanks! :^)
it’s funny because the kind of people who identify with bro culture are the exact people I’d want to avoid me like the plague so this works