I decided that I wanted to repaint my motorcycle, so I did. I repainted the front fender and the gas tank black, as well as the side covers. I have the back fender white.
The current Coffin Box that I’ve just completed. I MAY line it with fabric, or not. All handmade, brass hinges, and sleek routered edges. I’ll be selling it in my Etst shop.
Could anyone find a better place to sit this?
Girls kik tylerdurdens to share on beautiesofkik - all pics anon unless you want your username shared.
You paid for it, so at least PRETEND you like it when they screw you. Lol. After all, how bad can government run healthcare be? I mean, look at how well everything else is that the government runs! I know I just LOVE going to the DMV and having taxes stolen from my paycheck to pay for more wars and welfare checks. ;)
Necropants in the Holmavik Witchcraft Museum
Necropants are a method that a sorcerer used to get rich in old Iceland. With agreement prior to death, the sorcerer exhumed the corpse of a man and flayed its skin, in one piece, from the waist down. It was believed that the necropants would spontaneously produce money when worn, as long as the donor corpse had been stolen from a graveyard at the dead of night and a magic rune and a coin stolen from a poor widow were placed in the dead man’s scrotum. After tanning, the sorcerer wore the skin like a pair of pants. As soon as he stepped into the pants they will stick to his own skin. A coin must be stolen from a poor widow and placed in the scrotum along with a magical sign, written on a piece of paper. This reputedly attracted more coins and hence the sorcerer became wealthy. Before his death, the sorcerer had to pass the necropants to another. He did this by having the new owner place his right leg in one side of the pants whilst the sorcerer still has his left leg in the other. In this way, the power of the pants would pass from one individual to another.
The Museum of Witchcraft and Sorcery in Iceland has a pair of necropants on display.