Friday, May 07, 2010

Stockings of Strife

Behold, mortals! Fear my witchy socks!


And also... I, um, kind of forgot to do laundry this week. It was either these or wear flip-flops to work.

But they're still witchy! Booga booga!

15 comments:

Siobhan said...

I wore a skirt to work on Monday. My coworker asked me what the occasion was, that I was so dressed up. To which I had to reply "laundry didn't get done this weekend."

Evn said...

LOL Around my office, you can tell people are behind on laundry when they show up in the promotional knit shirts our suppliers occasionally give us.

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Is that a photo of your leg sticking out from underneath a farm house?

Evn said...

Yes. And that little bitch with the dog stole my good shoes.

Siobhan said...

2 things: 1) my husband likes to tell the story of a guy he went to college with, who would start wearing suits to class before doing laundry.

2) I was in Target, and they had ruby slippers but ONLY in children's sizes. I was soooooooo pissed.

Evn said...

Somewhere on The Interwebs is a picture of me at the Smithsonian, communing with the original ruby slippers.

Red Delicious said...

If I send it to you, will you post it here?

Evn said...

I just might.

Brother Christopher said...

i have rainbow striped socks somewhere. It's like gay witchcraft.



w/v lariac

Evn said...

LOL I've got a pair, too.

Veles said...

Being the Official Wicked Witch of (the) West, I approve these stockings!

And don't worry...Dorothy and friends won't be leaving my castle alive.

w/v: Thysta

Bobby Warren said...

When a house falls on you, do those curl up under it?

Evn said...

Nope. They swell up and explode, covering Dorothy with blue dye so that the cops can identify her.

knottybynature said...

You should pick up a pair of ruby-red doc martins. Seriously. I think they'd do stylishly on you.

And yes, they do exist. I've seen them.

:D

Evn said...

I've seen them as well! Bobby (see two comments up) used to have a pair. I kept asking him to click his heels together and say "there's no place like home," but he wouldn't do it.