Found at Garage Sale Warehouse in Beaverton, Oregon. The font really sells the creepiness.

My mother found her at Durham rescue mission on May 5th of I think 2015. On that same date in other years, we’ve acquired ventriloquist dummy heads and a ceramic clown friend. Mama named her Baby Creepy Eyes but she’s actually a 1965 Mattel See ‘n Say doll. She was in the free bin, they…

a series of 4 monster truck paintings, a mounted, canvas backed poster of a once popular pirate movie series, fancy….dogs?, and light fixtures that suspiciously look like they were ripped out of the ceiling before a demolition (one def looks nasty)

1. A grotesque toy dog of sorts that repulsed me to no end. It had a switch on its ass that didn’t seem to do anything other than emit a sort of dog whistle when flipped. 2. A frightening figurine. I’m unsure of whose love it’s referring to, as I certainly have none for it…