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Flashback Friday — Audrey Hepburn Half-Day; “Daily Batman: Break-in at Tiffany’s by the truly incomparable Adam Hughes”

April 8, 2010

(as always, you can *click* to make it big)

Holly Golightly: I’m like Cat here, a no-name slob. We belong to nobody, and nobody belongs to us. We don’t even belong to each other.
Breakfast at Tiffany’s (film)

Check out more of Adam’s rad comic artwork on his deviant art account, he is without a doubt totally the bestest in the westest. Mad ❤ for his Audrey as kitteh-lady interpretations.

Not my favorite movie, but I have always liked that Holly has the sense to merely call him Cat and not try to shove a name down his throat. Yeah, yeah, the cat is symbolic, blah bloggety blah.

Of teeth and little girls

October 4, 2009

“Kidlet lost a tooth tonight and didn’t swallow it.”
“Hey! alright! That’s good.”
“I know, right? She’s making huge strides.”
“Not swallowing your own teeth is an important lesson for any Irish kid to learn.”

“Meh, let her do what she likes. If she wants to swallow it, well, it was always hers to begin with.”
“Did you ever swallow one of yours? I’m pretty sure I never did.”
“No, I didn’t, but you know she likes to do things her way.”

This is so. My kidlet dropped another tooth tonight, and this is the first of the three she’s lost that she hasn’t managed to promptly swallow. Adding to her Irishness is the fact that she lost her first at the pub. Proud moment.

As for the aftermath, I have so many things to say about the Tooth Fairy that there is not a proper place to begin. Another day, perhaps.


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Daily Batman: Break-in at Tiffany’s by the truly incomparable Adam Hughes

September 12, 2009

(as always, you can *click* to make it big)

Holly Golightly: I’m like Cat here, a no-name slob. We belong to nobody, and nobody belongs to us. We don’t even belong to each other.
Breakfast at Tiffany’s (film)

Check out more of Adam’s rad comic artwork on his deviant art account, he is without a doubt totally the bestest in the westest. Mad ❤ for his Audrey as kitteh-lady interpretations.

Not my favorite movie, but I have always liked that Holly has the sense to merely call him Cat and not try to shove a name down his throat. Yeah, yeah, the cat is symbolic, blah bloggety blah.